4. Defensive Line-The Buccaneers had an excellent defensive line in 2019 but will struggle to keep it intact as it continues to play at an elite level. Ndamukong Suh was a big part of the run defense but was expensive relative to his level of play and the 2020 Draft class would be a good place to find a replacement.
5. Linebacker-Buccaneer linebackers Devin White and Lavonte David were one of the better duos in the league at the end of the season. Both players are extremely athletic and have a head for the game which is hard to find. While fans and the team love Lavonte David, he is getting older and the Buccaneers may need to draft a suitable replacement.
6. Safety-The Buccaneers are still trying to figure out their safety room and should give their players one full year together to develop before they make a decision. Jordan Whitehead is trending in the right direction and Mike Edwards still has a shot to take over that second starting safety spot in 2020.
7. Corners-The secondary for the Buccaneers was carved up for the start of the 2019 season but Carlton Davis, Sean Murphy-Bunting, and Jamel Dean were an incredibly impressive trio to end the season and should be given a shot to start out the 2020 season as starters. This group has the potential to be elite and bringing another player into the mix would only muddy the waters.
8. Running back-Ronald Jones was great when given the opportunities in his second year. Jones needs to be given a shot as a feature back before the Bucs decide to use draft pick on a position that is not a commodity.
9. Tight end-The Buccaneers have more tight ends than they can successfully use in their current offense. O.J. Howard, one of the most physically talented tight ends in the entire NFL, is mostly used as a glorified blocker. The Bucs must stay away.
10. Wide receiver-The Buccaneers had the best receiving corps in the entire NFL in 2019. Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, and Breshad Perriman all had their own moments of dominance in the league while Scotty Miller also started to step up at the end of the season. The Bucs can use their draft picks in better spots even if Perriman isn’t on the team in 2020.
11. Kicker/Punter-This position may as well be ranked the 100th. Teams should never use draft picks on kickers, especially with the history that the Buccaneers have. Matt Gay may still be the kicker of the future but that does not change the fact that the Bucs have no business using a draft pick on a kicker of any caliber.