The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been busy lining up pre-draft visits at One Buccaneer Place, and Thursday was apparently no exception. According to an NFL source with knowledge of the situation, Georgia Tech defensive end Derrick Morgan, Florida State cornerback Patrick Robinson and East Carolina defensive end C.J. Wilson visited the Buccaneers.Tampa Bay also met with University of Virginia offensive tackle Will Barker earlier this week.Source
- Aaron WilsonPewterReport.com's Take
: It is doubtful the Buccaneers will select Morgan with the third overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, but they could trade down, and if that happens Morgan is a player the team could target. If not, then Wilson is a player Tampa Bay would consider drafting on day two or three -- he had 27 sacks and 35 quarterback hurries in college. The Bucs are also in the market for a cornerback and offensive tackle that can provide competition and depth at those respective positions, so neither Robinson nor Barker's visit comes as a surprise.
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