It is NFL Draft season and the mock drafts from the NFL experts and pundits are being published nearly every day and making their picks for the Bucs. Every Monday until the 2019 NFL Draft in April, PewterReport.com will scour the Internet to find the list of players that are projected to Tampa Bay and put out the list with the links.

NEW MOCKS THIS WEEK

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Michigan LB Devin Bush
“Offensive line is an obvious need for the Bucs but Bush’s pre-draft workouts have seen him rocket up the draft board. Some teams even like him better than White.” – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting
Bucs’ Third Round Pick: Penn State RB Miles Sanders

NFL.com – Chad Reuter
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Kentucky LB Josh Allen
“The Bucs are switching to a 3-4 scheme under new coordinator Todd Bowles, and Allen fits like a glove at outside linebacker. In fact, he’d fit at linebacker in any system.” – Chad Reuter
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Maryland S Darnell Savage Jr.
Bucs’ Third Round Pick: Ohio State WR Terry McLaurin
Bucs’ Fourth Round Pick: Alabama RB Damien Harris

NFL.com – Peter Schrager
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White
“The Buccaneers hoped to bring back veteran inside linebacker Kwon Alexander, but the stud LB signed with San Francisco instead. So, they grab the next LSU inside linebacker coming down the pipeline. White blew scouts away at the combine with his speed, and I’ve had a general manager compare him to Patrick Willis. Not bad. The Bucs need some of that, and a whole lot more.” Peter Schrager

TheDraftNetwork.com – Brad Kelly
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White
“Kwon Alexander’s departure makes linebacker Tampa Bay’s top priority. Devin White’s size, strength and dynamic athleticism gives him the highest potential among the off-ball linebackers in the NFL Draft.

Last week at the annual NFL meetings, Bucs head coach Bruce Arians’ admitted to Devin White being worthy of a top 5 pick. Need I say anymore?” – Brad Kelly

BleacherReport.com – Maurice Moton
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver
“Quinnen Williams’ rise up draft boards put a dent in Ed Oliver’s buzz among interior defensive linemen over the past few months. The Houston product didn’t run the 40-yard dash at the combine, but he clocked a 4.73-second time at 281 pounds during his pro day, per ESPN.com’s Sam Khan Jr.

Although there were concerns about Oliver’s size as a defensive lineman, he shed six pounds between the combine and his pro-day workouts—likely to optimize performance in the speed and agility drills. The Houston product grabbed headlines at an ideal time—less than four weeks before the draft.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians seemed non-committal about defensive lineman Gerald McCoy’s future with the team. “From listening to Bucs coach Bruce Arians, it seems like Gerald McCoy’s roster status is in some doubt. ‘If he’s here, he’s our starting’ DT. Mentions he’s disruptive but not what he was 4 years ago. And there was a mention of if the price matches the productivity.”

It’s possible the Buccaneers add a younger defensive lineman to replace McCoy, who’s going into his age-31 campaign with no dead money left on the remaining three years of his deal.

As displayed at Houston’s pro day, Oliver has top-notch quickness for a 280-plus pound lineman. Starting as a true freshman, he’s disrupted collegiate backfields for three years, logging 53 tackles for a loss and 13.5 sacks. The former Cougar would provide versatility and a relentless push at the line of scrimmage in Todd Bowles’ defense.” Maurice Moton

Buccaneers.com – Scott Smith and Carmen Vitali
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver
“It’s all coming up Gruden, now. If Bosa pans out, of course. Initially, I had toyed with the Bucs trading down here. However, after Oliver’s Pro Day at Houston, I’m not quite so sure he’s getting out of the top 10. He’s fast – as he proved with his 4.71 40-yard dash at 281 pounds – which would help out the interior of a defense that thrives on flexibility. A lot of analysts and even our own mocks have had White in this spot too, which I still think is a possibility, but for the sake of the unconventional I’m saying the Bucs take an interior d-lineman for the second consecutive year.” – Carmen Vitali

PREVIOUS MOCK DRAFTS

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

SBNation.com – Dan Kadar
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Temple CB Rock Ya-Sin.

BleacherReport.com – Matt Miller
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Georgia CB Deandre Baker
Bucs’ Third Round Pick: Iowa State RB David Montgomery

NFL.com – Lance Zierlein
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

NFL.com – Bucky Brooks
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

TheDraftNetwork.com – Trevor Sikkema
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver

SI.com – Conor Orr
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

WalterFootball.com
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Kentucky LB Josh Allen

PewterReport.com  Scott Reynolds
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Kentucky OLB Josh Allen
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Kansas State RT Dalton Risner
Bucs’ Third Round Pick: Memphis RB Darrell Henderson
Bucs’ Fourth Round Pick: Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting
Bucs’ Fifth Round Pick: UCF DT Trysten Hill
Bucs’ Sixth Round Pick: TCU ILB Ty Summers
Bucs’ Seventh Round Pick: Georgia DE Jonathan Ledbetter

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams

CBSSports.com – Chris Trapasso
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Florida S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson

TheDraftNetwork.com – Benjamin Solak
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

SBNation.com – Dan Kadar
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams

Buccaneers.com – Carmen Vitali and Scott Smith
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat

NewYorkPost.com – Steve Serby
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Kentucky OLB Josh Allen

BleacherReport.com – Joe Tansey
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat

SI.com – Kalyn Kahler
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Kentucky OLB Josh Allen

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor

SBNation.com – Dan Kadar
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat

NBCSports.com – Ben Standig
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Michigan DE Rashan Gary
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Delaware FS Nasir Adderly

TheDraftNetwork.com – Joe Marino
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU LB Devin White

CBSSports.com – Chris Trapasso
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams

ESPN.com  Todd McShay
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat

Buccaneers.com – Scott Smith and Carmen Vitale 
Bucs Forst Round Pick: Kentucky DE Josh Allen

NFL.com – Charley Casserly
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell

BleacherReport.com – Mike Tanier
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU MLB Devin White

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick (via Denver): Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell

USAToday.com – Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama OT Jonah Williams

SBNation.com – Dan Kadar
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU MLB Devin White

ESPN.com– Mel Kiper
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat

ESPN.com– Todd McShay   
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama OT Jonah Williams

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson .
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver

CBSSports.com – Chris Trapasso
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU CB Greedy Williams

TheDraftNetwork.com – Benjamin Solak
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama OT Jonah Williams

BleacherReport.com – Brett Sobleski
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama OT Jonah Williams

TheDraftNetwork.com – Trevor Sikkema
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor

CBSSports.com – Will Brinson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama LT Jonah Williams

NFL.com – Chad Reuter
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama RB Josh Jacobs

Bucs’ Second Round Pick – Clemson LB Tre Lamar
Bucs’ Third Round Pick – Alabama State T Tytus Howard

BleacherReport.com – Matt Miller
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver

SportingNews.com – Vinny Iyer
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor

ProFootballFocus – Mike Renner
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Clemson Edge Clelin Ferrell

CBSSports.com – Chris TrapassoNFL.com – Lance Zierlein
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams

Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver

CBSSports.com – Ryan Wilson
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Houston DT Ed Oliver

BleacherReport.com – Zach Buckley
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama LT Jonah Williams

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4 COMMENTS

  1. All the Mocks projecting RB or WR in the first 3 rounds without an Olineman are oblivious…

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  2. 1st round is a “can’t miss” for us whether we land one of the “big 3,” one of the Devins, or trade down. I can’t see going anywhere other than Oline in the 2nd though and definitely not a WR in the top 3 smh.

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  3. I have to agree with the others. First round is obvious and the second round and third I do not see the Bucs spending it on a WR when you are stacked at WR and TE. I could see the Bucs spending a draft pick in the 4th or 5th round to also have as a return specialist for the return game.

    But yeah the focus for the Bucs come draft day will be trenches (OL/DL), pass rushers and line backer. After that if the Bucs focus on RB, WR, DB, or QB while possible it isn’t a slam dunk.

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  4. I like both the Devins, but if we don’t come out of this draft with either Josh Allen, Q Williams, or Ed Oliver I’d say we screwed the pooch.. Especially now with the news they’re trying to trade McCoy.. I liked Kwon, but you don’t need to burn a top 5 pick to replace a LB you drafted in the 4th round. I also believe you should draft according to the strength of the draft, which is Defensive line and Pass rushers.

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