Bucs Pre-Draft Prospect Meeting Tracker

Welcome to the tracker for all Bucs pre-draft meetings with prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft, including virtual meetings. We’ll keep the tracker as up-to-date as possible, keeping Bucs fans informed on who the team might have in their scopes as the NFL Draft approaches. Here are the Bucs current selection spots for the 2021 draft.

Remember, compensatory picks have yet to be announced for this year’s draft, but Over The Cap’s formula predicted back in January that the Bucs should be in line for one fifth round comp pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. That pick is not yet included in the list below.

Round 1, Pick 32
Round 2, Pick 64
Round 3, Pick 96
Round 4, Pick 128
Round 5, Pick 160
Round 7, Pick 216
Round 7, Pick 224

Draft Prospect Position School Meeting Type
Greg Newsome CB Northwestern Virtual Meeting
Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State Virtual Meeting
Darius Stills DT West Virginia Virtual Meeting
Demetric Felton WR/RB UCLA Virtual Meeting
Evan McPherson K Florida Virtual Meeting

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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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Alldaway 2.0
Alldaway 2.0(@alldaway)
10 months ago

Trenches, and corners so far Nothing surprising and great value for future salary cap ramifications while building a strong core. A strong core for the offense to function with a strong o-line. And a strong core on the defense to build up the D-line while having corners that can help with coverage sacks and INTs.

WVBucFan
WVBucFan(@wvbucfan)
10 months ago

As a West Virginian, and WVU fan, and Bucs Fan… I would love it if they got Stills in the 3rd rd. He is like Vita in the sense he’s a run stopper who can also rush the QB from the inside. He could be a nice rotational player next year until he takes over for Suh the following year

NaplesFan2.0
NaplesFan2.0(@firelichtmovement)
Reply to  WVBucFan
10 months ago

I am not a WV fan, but I’ve watched a few games with Stills. The guy is very talented. When you’re dropping your DT to spy a running qb in college, the DT is obviously very athletic. He is very good at running stunts, and when he’s motivated, it feels like he can pressure the qb at will. He wins with quickness and good hand fighting, similar to Onwuzurike. Imo he would be better value than wherever Onwuzurike gets drafted ahead of him.

76bucsfan46
76bucsfan46(@76bucsfan46)
10 months ago

Jenkins & Felton are note worthy.1st rd Jenkins 3rd for Felton with a 2nd rd DT or LB

Crazyhorse54
Crazyhorse54(@crazyhorse54)
10 months ago

Hmmm, let’s go with the Florida kicker in the 1st round.

Alldaway 2.0
Alldaway 2.0(@alldaway)
10 months ago

Kicker? That is a no for me dawg.

Last edited 10 months ago by Alldaway 2.0
cobraboy
cobraboy(@cobraboy)
10 months ago

I thought the Bucs were granted a 6th round comp. pick.

jrwilson85
jrwilson85(@jrwilson85)
10 months ago

On all the mock drafts I’ve done, the O-line and D-line prospects are gone by the early 4th round.

Dave
Dave(@bucball02)
10 months ago

Jesus. Licht just can’t help himself with these kickers. No no no no! We don’t need to draft a god damn kicker. Just sign Succop to a 2/6 deal, and go about the rest of your day

Last edited 10 months ago by Dave
owlykat
owlykat(@owlykat)
10 months ago

I agree with your top 3 prospects. We definitely need Sills in the draft to bolster our DL.