With the NFL Draft just over a months way, more and more mock drafts are coming in.

PewterReport.com unveiled our latest offering last week, and since then others have chimed in as well.

Below is a roundup of the latest local and national mock drafts and who they are picking the Bucs to select in April.

S Obi Melifonwu – UConn

ESPN’s Mel Kiper
WR Corey Davis – Western Michigan

ESPN’s Todd McShay
TE O.J. Howard – Alabama

NFL Network
Daniel Jeremiah  – CB Chidobe Awuzie – Colorado
Bucky Brooks – LB Jarrad Davis – Florida
Chad Reuter –RB Dalvin Cook – Florida State
Charley Casserly – RB Christian McCaffrey – Stanford
Lance Zierlein– DE Taco Charlton – Michigan

USA Today
WR John Ross – Washington

Walter Football
RB – Christian McCaffrey – Stanford

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4 years ago

McCaffery is the best option for our 1st round pick. He is a great runner who is also a fantastic receiver and return man. HE could be Winston’s safety blanket. McCaffery would take this offense to the next level.

4 years ago

I would lean towards mcaffry as well but don’t think he will be there.

I really don’t like PR’s pick of Obi. This just doesn’t seem like first RD talent to me. Too risky a move.

I like T.E. Howard too.

4 years ago

I say best pick would be a tight end if you truly wanna see winston in top 5 qb tier this season and a running back in round 2…honestly I would like us to take njoku round 1 and mixon round 2(someone has to forgive and draft mixon lol!!)..seems like I’m the only that see’s he’s the best running back in this draft class(and yes I love dalvin cook and mccaffrey)and would truly catipulte this offense into an unstopple one.

Reply to  Yahmuni
4 years ago

Howard, Cook, Davis, Njoku, Ross, Mixon, in that order. (I’m leaving out Williams and Fournette because haven’t seen a single draft which has them falling far enough for us to get them).
I really think McCaffrey will end up as a bust no matter who takes him (save maybe New England), so I’m praying we don’t go that route.

4 years ago

I wish either of the ESPNers are correct but I doubt it.

4 years ago
4 years ago

If you look at the SB Nation aggregator you will see they have Tampa taking Dalvin Cook. But because each pick is independent, teams could be having the same pick. So I went through and took those teams next available choice (those are the ones with no college listed). Also if there is a tie, I listed both choices. 1 clv Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett 2 sf Stanford DE Solomon Thomas 3 chi Alabama DL Jonathan Allen 4 jax LSU RB Leonard Fournette 5 ten Ohio State CB Marshon Lattimore 6 nyj Mitchell Trubisky QB 7 sd Ohio State… Read more »

Reply to  magoobee
4 years ago

Oppps I noticed that Haason Reddick was picked at 15 so it is not a choice for Oakland. If Tampa picks Njoku then Oakland would get McCaffrey. If Tampa picked McCaffrey, there would lots of changes from Oakland to the end of the round.

4 years ago

Friom CBS Sportsline-

Rob Rang – David Njoku
Dan Brugler- Dalvin Cook
Pete Prisco- Cam Robinson
Will Brinson- Dalvin Cook
Jared Dubin -Obi Melifonwu
Ryan Wilson- Dalvin Cook

Reply to  Runole
4 years ago

I would so very much love to see us get Dalvin Cook. I mean, people have no clue. I’d dance a jig (not very well, mind you) and post it on Youtube if we got Cook. ;)