Buccaneers: Top 3 steals of the 2020 NFL Draft for Tampa Bay

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Khalil Davis, Nebraska Cornhuskers, potential draft pick for the Buccaneers (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

Khalil Davis, Nebraska Cornhuskers, potential draft pick for the Buccaneers (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a stellar draft last weekend. Here’s a look at the top three steals of the even for the Bucs as we head into the summer.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers exited the 2020 NFL Draft better than when they entered it.

The Buccaneers were able to trade up one spot in the first-round to select their No. 1 priority in OT Tristan Wirfs (Iowa). They were then able to find some steals and address roster holes throughout the weekend.

As we continue to look back at the 2020 NFL Draft, here’s a look at the three biggest steals of the weekend for the Buccaneers.

*Keep in mind, while Wirfs is certainly the top pick, we’re talking about ‘steals.’*

3. Khalil Davis (Sixth Round)

Is Khalil Davis the replacement for Ndamukong Suh? Probably not.

But to get a player of his caliber in the sixth-round is an absolute steal for the Buccaneers. The 310-pound defensive tackle ran a 4.75 40-yard dash and did 32 reps on the bench press.

Davis is a player who could develop into a solid defensive lineman who can take up a lot of space up-the-middle and find a way to get into the backfield and create pressure on the quarterback.

There are still areas for him to improve, but Davis is mid-round talent and the Bucs found a way to get him in the sixth.

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