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March 10, 2010 @ 6:04 am
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Kirwan Has Bucs Landing McCoy

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NFL.com's Pat Kirwan has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers landing Oklahoma defensive tackle Gerald McCoy in his latest mock draft. The pick is the same as his first mock draft. Click here to check out Pewter Report's latest two-round NFL mock draft. Kirwan explained why he thinks the Bucs will draft McCoy with this statement:

In any other year, he's the top tackle on draft boards. McCoy is a perfect fit for Raheem Morris' defense at the "three technique."

Kirwan had some other notable picks in the draft. He had Florida cornerback Joe Haden falling to the Steelers at 18 and South Florida's Jason Pierre-Paul to the Eagles at 24. He also had Georgia Tech wide receiver Demaryius Thomas going to the Cincinnati Bengals at 21.

Source: NFL.com - Pat Kirwan

PewterReport.com's Take: McCoy is the player that Pewter Report is projecting to land in Tampa Bay with the Bucs first-round pick. Kirwan has good friendships and conncections in many NFL front offices, so his mock drafts carry some weight.

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