The NFL announced the compensatory picks in the 2016 draft, giving an official order of every pick from rounds one through seven.
The Buccaneers, which draft ninth overall in the first round, were given zero compensatory picks and will have seven selections overall. They have one pick in each of the first five rounds and two sixth-round picks, one of their own (183 overall) and one from Washington (197 overall) through the trade involving Dashon Goldson last offseason.
Because multiple teams finished with a 6-10 record in 2015, Tampa Bay will rotate from the eighth to 11th pick in each round.
Here are the Buccaneers 2016 draft picks:
Round 1: pick 9 (9th overall)
Round 2: pick 8 (39th overall)
Round 3: pick 11 (74th overall)
Round 4: pick 10 (108th overall)
Round 5: pick 9 (148th overall)
Round 6: pick 8 (183rd overall)
Round 6: pick 22 (197th overall) (from Washington)
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These picks are at a great positioning. If Tampa gets a great player in Rd-1 and Tampa trades down for more picks I see the LA Rams may try to move up to #9.I believe that move would cost them a no#2 and a late pick in 2016 or mid-rd in 2017. Plus don’t forget Denver may want to acquired QB vet Glennon and Tampa gets a #2 or #3. Can you imagine at no#15 tampa could get the Louisville DE with #15, plus Tampa would have 2 no#2 picks, two #3 picks. Tampa could improved on both sides of the draft.Plus Tampa can get in Rd-4 a good quality b/u QB to b/u winston this year.I see that Tampa when it is all said and done. I also see Glennon could wind up in Cleveland as starter.Also Joey Bosa could boast the defensive line at cleveland and draft a qb in the later rds and go after a qb in Rd-1 in 2017.Go Bucs
Your post made me dizzy georgehicks. Like watching a keno wheel.
George is a loyal senior citizen around here. George gets a pass on these boards. I think it’s admirable that he gives his opinion and supports the Bucs every day. It’s not so important what he says, but that he’s here to say it! Go George, Go Bucs! Keep it going ole dude, I love your posts! lol.
I second that macabee. George is a long time loyal fan who enjoys giving his opinion without any political agenda, name-calling, condescending attitude, inflated opinion of himself or long-winded diatribes.
If we can duplicate the success we have had in the last two drafts that were offense but instead on Defense, this could be a very good future for the Bucs, because I am convinced our Offense is almost there.
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