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QB
Christian Ponder FSU
Ricky Stanzi Iowa
Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech
Taylor Potts Texas Tech
Nathan Enderle Idaho
Josh Portis California (PA)

FB
Henry Hynoski Pittsburgh
Owen Marecic Stanford
Charles Clay Tusla
Stanley Havili USC
Bubba Bartlett Carroll (MT)

RB
Kendal Hunter Oklahoma State
Jordan Todman Connecticut
Shane Vereen California
Jacquizz Rodgers Oregon State
Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
Dion Lewis Pittsburgh
Chad Spann Northern Illinois
Jay Finley Baylor

WR
Randall Cobb Kentucky
Jerrel Jernigan Troy
Titus Young Boise State
Edmund Gates Abilene Christian
Cecil Shorts Mount Union
Ronald Johnson USC
Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State
Jeff Maehl Oregon

TE
Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
Luke Stocker Tennessee
Virgil Green Nevada
Rob Housler Florida Atlantic
Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
Julius Thomas Portland State
Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa
Stephen Skelton Fordham

OT
Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
Derek Sherrod Mississippi State
Marcus Gilbert Florida
Derek Newton Arkansas State
Chris Hairston Clemson
DJ Young Michigan State
Curt Porter Jacksonville State
David Mims Virginia Union

G
Benjamin Ijalana Villanova
James Carpenter Alabama
Will Rackley Lehigh
John Moffitt Wisconsin
Keith Williams Nebraska
Ray Dominquez Arkansas
Pat Illig Wofford
Jeff Maddux Central Michigan

C
Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
Tim Barnes Missouri
Brandon Fusco Slippery Rock
Kris O’Dowd USC
Ryan Bartholomew Oregon State
Kevin Kowalski Toledo
Ben Lamaak Iowa State
Bill Nagy Wisconsin

DE
Robert Quinn North Carolina
Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
JJ Watt Wisconsin
Aldon Smith Missouri
Justin Houston Georgia
Jabaal Sheard Pittsburgh
Greg Romeus Pittsburgh
Ricky Elmore Arizona
Markell Carter Central Arkansas
Xavier Brown CW Post
Jake Coffman Northern Illinois
Malcolm Jenkins Elizabeth City State

DT
Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
Corey Liuget Illinois
Stephen Pea Oregon State
Marvin Austin North Carolina
Martin Parker Richmond

OLB
Akeem Ayers UCLA
Bruce Carter North Carolina
Greg Jones Michigan State
Nate Irving North Carolina State
Colin McCarthy Miami
Scott Lutrus Connecticut
Ross Homan Ohio State
Chris Carter Fresno State
Mike Gee IUP
Bruce Miller Central Florida
Travis Brisco Urbana
Grant Fleming Louisiana-Lafayette

MLB
Martez Wilson Illinois
Mason Foster Washington
Kelvin Sheppard LSU
Quan Sturdivant North Carolina
Alex Wujciak Maryland
Casey Matthews Oregon State
Mario Harvey Marshall
Brian Duncan Texas Tech
Orie Lemon Oklahoma State
Akeem Dent Georgia
Matt Marcorelle Delware

CB
Ras-I Dowling Virginia
Jimmy Smith Colorado
Devon House New Mexico State
Brandon Burton Utah
Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State
Johnny Patrick Louisville
Rashad Carmichael Virginia Tech
Korey Lindsey Southern Illinois
Justin Rogers Richmond
Buster Skinner Tennesse-Chattanooga

S
DeAndre McDaniel Clemson
Rahim Moore Oklahoma
Jalil Brown Colorado
Tyler Sash Iowa
Chris Culliver South Carolina
Jeron Johnson Boise State
Ahmad Black Florida
Brian Lainhart Kent State
Mark LeGree Appalachian State
Cortez Allen Citadel
Chris Prosinski Wyoming
Anthony Waters Delware


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« #1 : March 11, 2011, 06:22:52 AM »

What about S Eric Hagg from Nebraska?  I actually think he would be a nice fit in Tampa... I also like CB Curtis Marsh as a potential prospect in the 4th round.  I do like the list... If you list Jeron Johnson that you have to stick Shiloh Keo on that list.

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« #2 : March 11, 2011, 07:08:46 AM »

Everyone will have differing opinions on different prospects. There's really no right or wrong list. I just feel the players listed are the best fits based on my perspective. Now, you and everyone else who reads the list might add or subtract certain players for other players. Based on you perspective and preference.
« : March 11, 2011, 07:11:43 AM yuccaneers »


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« #3 : March 11, 2011, 08:40:03 AM »

Id have to add TE D.J. Williams, and RB Da'Rel Scott, but everyone else looks good.



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« #4 : March 11, 2011, 08:48:36 AM »

Justin Boeing Guard from Georgia

He might be our third pick.

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« #5 : March 11, 2011, 10:46:37 AM »

I don't think you can completely rule out a power back for the Bucs. Everyone is pegging a third down type RB, but my personal opionion is that it is very rare to find a guy in the draft who can come in and be effective on third down with how complex it is to pick up the blitzes in today's NFL. I think we are much better off going with a veteran, whether it be Cadillac Williams, Reggie Bush, or even Tiki Barber for that role. Neither Cadillac or Blount are great on 3rd and 1, so finding someone who is could be a good move.

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« #6 : March 11, 2011, 02:05:59 PM »

S Robert Sands from WVU?


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« #7 : March 11, 2011, 02:14:30 PM »

Surprised to not see Noel Devine or Da'Quan Bowers

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« #8 : March 11, 2011, 02:21:01 PM »

I don't think you can completely rule out a power back for the Bucs. Everyone is pegging a third down type RB, but my personal opionion is that it is very rare to find a guy in the draft who can come in and be effective on third down with how complex it is to pick up the blitzes in today's NFL. I think we are much better off going with a veteran, whether it be Cadillac Williams, Reggie Bush, or even Tiki Barber for that role. Neither Cadillac or Blount are great on 3rd and 1, so finding someone who is could be a good move.
I agree with your point, and you may be right, but your point also supports the idea of drafting a third-down back for developmental reasons.

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« #9 : March 11, 2011, 03:02:21 PM »

Man I don't know about you people but I damn sure wouldn't  want my Q.B to be named after a automobile part..Ignoranus...

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« #10 : March 11, 2011, 03:28:11 PM »

Surprised to not see Noel Devine or Da'Quan Bowers
But is Bowers really a potential target for the bucs?

He is a top 5 pick and i cant see us trading up 15 spots.


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« #11 : March 11, 2011, 03:45:12 PM »

Surprised to not see Noel Devine or Da'Quan Bowers
But is Bowers really a potential target for the bucs?

He is a top 5 pick and i cant see us trading up 15 spots.

I have seen potential top 5 picks drop to 20.. or even to 15 for that matter and then a trade up would be likely. I just can't see how you can completely rule out someone in the first round because players have fallen before and if anybodys stock has been hurt in the last couple weeks it has been his.

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« #12 : March 12, 2011, 01:31:18 AM »

lazoran - While Bowers is an athletic specimen and defensive end is a huge need for the Bucs not sure he drops out of the top 10 even with his recent downward trend. The list is simply who fits the Bucs current scheme and players that could potentially be within reasonable trading distance  from where the team stands in each round. Of course my preference and subjectivity is factored in with who I think fits based on needs, talent and current schemes.


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« #13 : March 12, 2011, 04:59:28 AM »

Yuc, I see you have two Richmond Spiders on your list.  Are you familiar with Eric McBride?  He's my friend nephew.  I talked to him yesterday and he said the Saints and Jets have both met with Eric so he might be a 7th rounder or UFA.  My friend can't believe these other two guys are rated higher than him because he was Richmond's best player.


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« #14 : March 12, 2011, 07:43:24 AM »

McBride has a decent size speed combo at 6-foot-1 2/8 and weighing in at 234-pounds. He put up decent numbers while playing for the Spiders with 6.5 sacks, 8 forced fumbles, 4 interceptions, 10 passes defensed, 23 tackles for loss and 322 total tackles. Many have him listed as a late round possibility or priority free agent type. In 2010 he was voted CAA Football Co-Defensive Player of the Year & AFCA Coaches First Team  All-American. In 2009 he was an CAA All First Team selection. In 2008 Voted as  College Sporting News All-American, CAA All First Team selection and VaSID First Team selection. In 2008 he was voted CCA Football Defensive Rookie of the Year. McBride also won numerous High School Awards in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He starred as a two way player in High School.

I think the consensus is that he might have reached his ceiling as far as untapped potential. He diffidently warrants a look by pro teams though and could become a star on special teams until he learns the intricacies at the pro level but could challenge in a year or two for significant playing time if in the right situation and scheme.   


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