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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: Florida OT Jawaan Taylor
“Bruce Arians would love to give Jameis Winston another downfield threat but he’ll need to protect his quarterback first. Taylor could be the first offensive linemen taken and it would make perfect sense; he’s a monster in the run game and was rarely fooled in pass protection last season.” – Ryan Wilson

SBNation.com – Dan Kadar
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat
“Last offseason, the Buccaneers signed pass rushers Jason Pierre-Paul and Vinny Curry. Pierre-Paul thrived with 12.5 sacks, while Curry was injured for much of the season and was released after the season. That leaves Tampa Bay potentially looking for a new partner for Pierre-Paul. That could be Sweat, who has the profile of a 4-3 end but the playing style of a 3-4 pass rusher.”– Dan Kadar

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
“The defensive struggles have continued for too long in Tampa Bay and it’s time for the Bucs to secure its quarterback of the defense. White has the physical upside to become a star. He has incredible range and attacks the football with a tone-setting mentality.” Joe Marino

CBSSports.com – Chris Trapasso
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams
“The Buccaneers can’t pass on Williams’ talent here and are happy to pair him with 2018 first-round pick Vita Vea in the middle with Gerald McCoy likely to play elsewhere in 2019.” – Chris Trapasso

ESPN.com Todd McShay
Bucs’ First Round Pick: Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat
“If you set a combine record for the fastest 40-yard dash for a defensive lineman (4.41 seconds, at 260 pounds), you’re going to make some money. Sweat has a ton of upside, and Tampa Bay badly needs difference-makers on defense. But there’s also a very real possibility that the Bucs trade back with a team looking for a quarterback, and taking the best available offensive lineman — perhaps Jawaan Taylor — makes sense in that scenario.” – Todd McShay

Buccaneers.com – Scott Smith and Carmen Vitale
Bucs Forst Round Pick: Kentucky DE Josh Allen
“The former Kentucky Wildcat (the other Wildcats, for the record) could end up as the best pass rusher to come out of the draft in years. Imagine a rotation in an unpredictable and complex defense where you’re dealing with some combination of Allen, Jason Pierre-Paul, Carl Nassib and even Noah Spence off the edge.” – Carmen Vitale

PREVIOUS MOCK DRAFTS

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

PewterReport.com 
Bucs’ First Round Pick: LSU ILB Devin White
Bucs’ Second Round Pick (From Jacksonville): Boston College DE Zach Allen
Bucs’ Second Round Pick: Boston College G Chris Lindstrom
Bucs’ Third Round Pick: Western Illinois DT Khalen Saunders
Bucs Fourth Round Pick: Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson
Bucs’ Fifth Round Pick: Memphis RB/KR Tony Pollard
Bucs’ Seventh Round Pick: SMU CB Jordan Wyatt

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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Alldaway 2.0
2 years ago

I am noticing a lot of the mock drafts have the Bucs taking trench players now.

Dman
Reply to  Alldaway 2.0
2 years ago

About time! Tired of drafting WR’s, RB’s. We need to get stronger up front, both sides of the ball.

Alldaway 2.0
Reply to  Dman
2 years ago

I agree.

To me it seems obvious the best way to upgrade the talent along the trenches while lowering future cap number is to draft trench players.

TCB2W!
Reply to  Alldaway 2.0
2 years ago

Seriously, if Quinnen Williams or Josh Allen is there at 5. I would love it.

Alldaway 2.0
Reply to  There can't be 2 Winstons!
2 years ago

That would be awesome!

theman101
2 years ago

Can’t see how it’s not Devin White now after losing Kwon….

Dman
Reply to  theman101
2 years ago

Yup. Have to waste the pick on a position of strength [was] rather than building from the trenches.

We’ll keep GMC instead of signing Kwon. That was a conscious decision.

We’re dicking around trying to get ANYTHING for D-Jax rather than resigning our only RB – Barber, or trying to sign Humphries.

We’re holding on to all of those deadwood high-priced FA D lineman from last year rather than going after quality FA’s at safety or corner.

The roster needs to be overhauled to get rid of a bunch of check-collecting, overpriced, under performing guys and sign some PLAYERS!!!!!

Andy Ely
2 years ago

If anyone though thinks we are taking Jawaan Taylor at 5 are crazy

fanofdabucs
Reply to  Andy Ely
2 years ago

Well to be fair, the same idiot said “Arians would love to add another downfield threat”..I’m assuming he means other than Evans, Godwin and Howard..

These guys actually get paid to write this garbage?!

The Bucs are taking White or an edge rusher at 5 or after a trade down.

Bradenton BucFan
2 years ago

Trade down,if possible, to many holes not much cap space. guard,mlb,cb,sam backer,ss & rb.

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