The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are busy meeting with NFL Draft prospects at the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind. Every NFL team gets 45 formal interviews where they will get 18 minutes to meet with draft prospects. That’s down from a few years ago, when NFL teams got 60 15-minute formal interviews.

While regional scouts and position coaches spend time meeting more than 45 players, the 45 draft prospects that get the formal interview get to meet the Bucs’ coordinators, in addition to head coach Bruce Arians and general manager Jason Licht. Informal interviews typically involve Bucs area college scouts and/or position coaches only.

Here is a list of draft prospects that PewterReport.com can confirm have met with Tampa Bay. This list will be updated daily, so check back often. Prospects who have been formally interviewed appear in bold text. Updates will be noted with two asterisks (**) and italicization.

BUCS’ COMBINE INTERVIEWS

Arizona State RB Rachaad White (formal)
Iowa State RB Breece Hall
Texas A&M RB Isaiah Spiller
Florida RB Dameon Pierce
Notre Dame RB Kyren Williams
Alabama RB Brian Robinson
BYU RB Tyler Allgeier
Georgia RB James Cook
Washington State RB Max Borghi
Rutgers RB Isaih Pacheco

Ohio State WR Chris Olave (formal)
Cincinnati WR Alec Pierce (formal)


Colorado State TE Trey McBride (formal)

San Diego State TE Daniel Bellinger (formal)
Ohio State TE Jeremy Ruckert
Nebraska TE Austin Allen

Memphis OG Dylan Parham (formal)

Boston College OG Zion Johnson (formal)

UAB EDGE Alex Wright (formal + virtual meeting)

Alabama DT Phidarian Mathis
Oklahoma DT Perrion Winfrey
Houston DT Logan Hall
Tennessee DT Matthew Butler (Shrine Game)

Michigan CB Dax Hill (formal)

Florida CB Kaiir Elam
Missouri CB Akayleb Evans

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Jon Ledyard is PewterReport.com's newest Bucs beat writer and has experience covering the Pittsburgh Steelers as a beat writer and analyzing the NFL Draft for several draft websites, including The Draft Network. Follow Ledyard on Twitter at @LedyardNFLDraft
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surferdudes
surferdudes
3 months ago

What I take from this list we’re drafting a RB, maybe two. That would mean life without Lenny. One formal with AZ’s White, so maybe he’s the favorite. Only one interview with a reciever, and it was formal. If Olave slips to 27 I think we jump. Only one interview might mean they’re going to bring Godwin back at all costs. No DT’s formal, that surprised me, but not as much as no interviews with edge rushers at all? Looks like we’ll be drafting some TE help too. Since we now have many needs, BPA at whatever position.

Anthonyh_60
Anthonyh_60
Reply to  surferdudes
3 months ago

Edge rusher is pretty low on the list of needs this year. Even with JPP gone, Barrett, JTS, Nelson, and Cam Gill form a decent lineup. I imagine they’ll sign someone on the cheaper side too.

Spitfire
Spitfire
3 months ago

How Awesome would it be if we were to find at least one RB that lights things up both catching and running the ball and turns out to be a star? It’s like we are due at some positions like that. If we have a great Draft this year and grab a FA RB, we will be an even better team than last year.

Horse
Horse
3 months ago

With only 6 draft picks doesn’t help either, but our GM can still find some sleepers for sure.

twspin
twspin
3 months ago

Go right ahead. Keep on recruiting Offensive players. And when we lose again next yr to the Rams, blame it on Bowles.You will nor win a championship without a premium pass rusher or a shutdown corner. Keep giving Brady all the toys. He’s gonna have to score 50 to keep some teams off of us.

Horse
Horse
Reply to  twspin
3 months ago

Twspin, agree with you but I’m sure the GM knows the same thing and we’ll see some defensive players who will help us get better on the defensive side.

Dman
Dman
Reply to  Horse
3 months ago

The D line showed cracks last season. Need help in the draft and FA. Both interior and edge.

bucballer
bucballer
3 months ago

Need to address the DLine and now! Won’t matter how many points u can score if the defense can’t stop opposing team from scoring!

seat26
seat26
3 months ago

Have they already decided to part ways with Rojo? Leonard Fournette is so good we need to try to keep him. At least one of these guys.

Horse
Horse
Reply to  seat26
3 months ago

One or two of them will be signed at decent salary.

scubog
scubog
3 months ago

Seems that many of us are judging the defense solely by the last play to set up a FG in the Rams game, rather than the entirety of the 13 dash 4 season in which the defense suffered an extraordinary number of injuries and literally picking players up off the street and inserting them in the line-up. I don’t know why folks totally ignore the overall defensive standings when making these assertions. I’m not saying the team was the 1979 or 2002 defense, but it wasn’t the 1976 version either. If you go back and watch the replay of that… Read more »

76Buc
76Buc
Reply to  scubog
3 months ago

Right you are scubog. Last year we were decimated by injuries; especially on D. I’m hamstrung as to why we have so many hamstring injuries? I say hire a hamstring specialist.

James Taylor
James Taylor
3 months ago

It’s not a great draft for D-Line but that is the biggest need. It’s not just the Rams playoff game. Todd Bowles was blitzing at a ridiculous rate and still not getting home. We fell behind the Jets. That’s right the Jets. They don’t have an interior tackle with explosiveness who can get pressure. JPP was not effective and Barrett couldn’t beat the top tackles. Tryon showed flashes and Nelson and Gill showed some as well. But this team needs to get younger on the DLine. Suh and McClendon are in their mid-30s Nunes-Roches is already 28. Vea is already… Read more »