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Football is back at the Bucs facility as mini-camp practice is underway. Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins were all there to see what went during Bruce Arian’s first practices as Bucs head coach. They discuss who stood out and went over what the heard from after speaking with the likes of Jameis Winston, O.J. Howard and Vita Vea. The guys then turn their attention to the Thursday night’s draft, previewing who the Bucs will select, which players will be around, and what other unexpected picks or trades might happen.

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  1. I’ve already forgotten everything said in this radio podcast, whatever you want to call it. Quinnen Williams and Ed Oliver are the only top five guys I really like at number five. I like Winovich and Jaylon Ferguson over Josh Allen. Josh is more a product of a good D-coordinator who moved him around to get all those sacks. I like Clelin Ferrel more than Josh Allen. Anyways, the top two Dt’s or trade down for me. I’d hate to waste the career of another Dt. Get Vita Vea another good Dt next to him for the duration of his carreer.

    There’s also Christine Wilkins. He has unique body bending skills, and is very versatile. He sounds pretty underrated. But, we can just trade down, if he’s there, great, if not draft an Ot.

    I also like Daylon Mach and even Khalen Saunders, but I do see his game tape suggesting he probably needs more development time. But, he did show well at the senior bowl.

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  2. I don’t think you guys are exactly right about the Beau Allen pay cut. His cap number is still $5m according to He is getting $4m guaranteed with $1 million in incentives possible.

    Ed Oliver, Josh Allen, Quinnen Williams or trade down at 5. Please, no Devin’s at 5.

    Defense! Defense! Defense! in the first 3 picks.

    Its a strong defensive draft and the Bucs have a strong defensive need. DE/OLB, DT/DE, ILB, CB, and S all need upgrades. RB is the only other position the Bucs should look at. Bucs can find a good RB in the 5th or 6th round.

    In your scenario of a 10 spot trade down with Washington to pick up a mid 2nd round this year and a 1st next year? They still get a 2nd top 50 player this year in a strong draft.

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