NFL Draft 2024: Full list of Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft picks on Day 2

Here's when the Buccaneers are expected to pick on Day 2 of the NFL Draft.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans had to wait all night on Thursday for the team to make a pick, and the same case is sort of true for Friday night.

Day 2 of the NFL Draft will buzz through the next two rounds of picks, of which the Bucs will have three. In total Tampa Bay entered this weekend with four Top 100 picks, putting the team in a great position to land some more impact players at key areas.

One of those areas has already been added to.

While Graham Barton is expected to slide over to center and take over for Ryan Jensen, the Bucs still need to add a guard and could double-dip on the offensive line. Cornerback and edge rusher are two other positions that need to be addressed, both of which still have great prospects available.

There's also the chance Tampa Bay uses one of its remaining Top 100 picks at a skill position. Doing so would be a luxury, but Friday is when wide receivers and running backs are expected to start flying off the board.

Buccaneers Day 2 picks: When does Tampa Bay pick next?

Tampa Bay will have three picks on Friday, assuming they don't trade up to land any of the fantastic prospects still available. The real action won't hit until the third round, where the Bucs have a pair of picks close together toward the back half of the order.

One of those was their original pick, while the other was Detroit's pick that got traded to Tampa Bay as part of the Carlton Davis III deal.

Here are all of the Buccaneers picks on Day 2:






Chris Braswell, EDGE/Alabama



Tykee Smith, S/Georgia



Jalen McMillan, WR/Washington

It would be surprising to see the Bucs finish the night without having added another offensive lineman. Barton can play guard and tackle, so there could be a world where Tampa Bay takes Zach Frazier as their center of the future while also fortifying another interior line spot.

Guard depth isn't really there in the remainder of the Top 100, but guys like Christian Hayes or Cooper Beebe could be picks, as well as South Dakota State's Mason McCormick.

Keon Coleman, who was once mocked to the Bucs in the Top 15, is still on the board and could be a luxury pick. Jonathon Brooks and Blake Corum could also be targets but they're unlikely to last until No. 57 and wouldn't be the best use of that pick.

Edge rusher and guard are the two positions to circle for the Bucs on Day 2, but we'll have to wait and see what Jason Licht decides to do.

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