The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine is over, the first wave of free agency is in the books, and pro days are under way as the 2015 NFL Draft approaches. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the process of visiting those pro day workouts, conducting personal interviews and watching more film as they set the team’s final draft board. Fresh off a 2-14 season, the Buccaneers have the number one pick in the draft and several holes to fill.

Players like quarterback Mike Glennon, running back Doug Martin and free safety Dashon Goldson could all be traded prior to the draft or on draft day to help the Bucs acquire more selections. The team does not want necessarily want to dump Glennon, and won’t give him away. However, if the right team offers up a second- or third-round pick he could be dealt.

The Bucs want to get faster at the running back position, and Martin has fallen out of favor with the organization after failing to rush for 500 yards in 2014. As for Goldson, the Bucs view him as a safety that doesn’t come close to making enough plays to justify his $8 million cap charge.

Quarterback remains the primary need in Tampa Bay with the release of Josh McCown, last year’s starter, followed by offensive line – right tackle and right guard  – due to the team’s lack of activity in free agency. Tampa Bay also has a pressing need for a pass-rushing defensive end. Nickel cornerback, safety, running back and a slot receiver that could double as a return specialist round out the needs for head coach Lovie Smith and general manager Jason Licht.

With less than two months to go before to the 2015 NFL Draft, PewterReport.com offers its fourth Buccaneers’ 7-Round Mock Draft. For the first time since 1987 when the Bucs took Miami quarterback Vinny Testaverde, Tampa Bay has the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft and PewterReport.com has now forecasted the selection of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston over Oregon’s Marcus Mariota for the fourth straight mock draft.

Here is PewterReport.com’s latest round-by-round draft projection that focuses mostly on improving Tampa Bay’s offense.

ROUND 1 – Florida State QB Jameis Winston – 6-4, 230 – Redshirt Sophomore
Previous Pick: Florida State QB Jameis Winston
PewterReport.com remains steadfast to its early prediction of Winston to the Buccaneers. All of the signs and the scoop we’ve received from our sources at One Buccaneer Place point in that direction. The organization had Winston in the building shortly after the NFL Scouting Combine and the buzz is that he was a huge in the building from the ownership on down.

Winston is used to coming in right away and making an impact. Just look at his redshirt freshman season at Florida State in which he completed 92 percent of his passes with five total touchdowns in his first collegiate start, won the Heisman Trophy and won a national championship. Following a disappointing 2-14 season, Licht and Smith desperately need a turnaround season and Winston is further along in his development than Mariota is due to the fact that he has played in a pro-style offense.

Winston is regarded as the best pocket passer in the draft and would be an ideal fit for new offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, whose system relies on strong QB play from the pocket. Tabbed by ESPN’s Todd McShay as the second-best quarterback prospect to come out in the last decade behind Andrew Luck, Winston engineered five game-winning drives and he has a perfect 7-0 record in games decided by a touchdown or less, and games like that are typical in the NFL.

The Bessemer, Ala. native has completed over 65 percent of his passes for 7,964 yards with 65 touchdowns and 28 interceptions. Winston set an FBS freshman record with 40 touchdown passes in 2013 against just 10 picks. He has the intangibles, arm strength, mobility, ability to read defenses and go through progressions and a track record of having success early in his career that could make his transition to the NFL a quick and smooth one.

Winston’s background has been fully vetted by the team, and Bucs sources tell PewterReport.com that he’s been cleared. In addition to tremendous physical ability to throw the ball and make plays, Winston has an uncanny football I.Q. and that will allow him to hit the ground running as a rookie in Koetter’s offense. The buzz Winston will generate from the Seminoles fan base in the Tampa Bay area will drive ticket sales, which will appeal to the Glazers, and he will make the Buccaneers relevant again on the national landscape.

ROUND 2 – Colorado State OT Ty Sambrailo – 6-6, 311 – Senior
Previous Pick: UCLA MLB Eric Kendricks
Tampa Bay’s signing of Bruce Carter to play middle linebacker takes away the need for the team to draft an inside linebacker like Kendricks in the second round. The Buccaneers would love to trade down, acquire an extra draft pick and get Sambrailo later in the second round. Tampa Bay might also want to trade up into the bottom of the first round to get an offensive tackle like Florida State’s Cameron Irving, LSU’s La’el Collins or Miami’s Ereck Flowers. But we’re not playing fantasy football here, and we don’t forecast any trades in PewterReport.com’s 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft.

So Sambrailo is the pick for Tampa Bay in the second round because of the team’s need at offensive tackle. The Bucs are considering keeping Demar Dotson at left tackle for the 2015 season, but haven’t set those plans in stone yet. Having a player like Sambrailo with experience at left tackle would give the Bucs – and Winston – peace of mind. Letting Sambrailo and Dotson duke it out at left tackle with the loser of that battle gives the Buccaneers a lot of flexibility with two players capable of playing either tackle position, in addition to reserve Kevin Pamphile.

The 6-foot-6, 311-pound Sambrailo was a three-year starter at Colorado State and has experience playing at the guard spot, too. The Bucs like that versatility and his quick feet. Sambrailo’s 7.54 time in the three-cone drill at the NFL Scouting Combine was one of the better times for offensive linemen. While he has above average athleticism, Sambrailo does need to hit the weight room hard in the NFL and add more size and functional strength that will help him anchor against grown men at the pro level.

ROUND 3 – Florida State G Tre Jackson – 6-4, 330 – Senior
Previous pick: Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett
The fact that Tampa Bay was unable to land a starting-caliber offensive guard in free agency means that the position is a priority in the 2015 NFL Draft. Drafting a slot receiver and a return specialist – like Lockett, our previous third-round pick – will have to wait until later in the draft.

With Winston in the fold, the Bucs continue to bolster their offensive line with a player that spent the past two years blocking for him in Jackson. Some NFL scouts believe that Jackson had a better junior season than he did during his senior year, but he only allowed 1.5 sacks and wasn’t flagged for holding during the 2014 campaign.

The 6-foot-4, 330-pound Jackson is a road-grader as a run blocker both at the line of scrimmage and also on the perimeter as a pulling guard and on screen passes. Jackson has the experience and size to start right away in the NFL, as he was a three-year starter at right guard at Florida State. Jackson needs to work on his conditioning at the next level, as he appeared flabby in the midsection at the Senior Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine where he ran a 5.52 in the 40-yard dash, which was one of the slowest times in Indianapolis.

ROUND 4 (from St. Louis) – Norfolk State DE Lynden Trail – 6-7, 270 – Senior
Previous pick: Penn State OT Donovan Smith
The release of defensive end Michael Johnson creates a huge hole at defensive end in Tampa Bay, but one that can be filled with the addition of the 6-foot-7, 270-pound Trail, who was a fifth-round pick in the first edition of PewterReport.com’s 2015 Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft back in January. A former prized Florida recruit, Trail transferred to Norfolk State, an FCS school, where he has dominated over the past two years. During that span, Trail racked up 185 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 12 pass breakups, seven forced fumbles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery for a touchdown as an outside linebacker in the Spartans’ 3-4 defensive scheme.

With 35-inch arms, Trail’s huge wingspan, size and build resemble that of former Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor. With freakish athleticism and better speed than he showed at the Combine (4.91), Trail will be sought after by 3-4 teams as an outside linebacker and by 4-3 teams as a defensive end as pass rushing is what he does best.

Trail, who is still very raw with his technique, would be a tremendous Day 3 acquisition for a Tampa Bay team that is looking for more athletes to get after the quarterback at the defensive end position. He didn’t fare well as an outside linebacker at the Senior Bowl and even lined up at tight end where he displayed good hands catching the ball in the red zone. But Trail needs to play with his hand in the dirt in a 4-3, one-gap penetrating scheme like the Tampa 2 to have the most success at the next level.

ROUND 5 – Texas CB Quandre Diggs – 5-9, 195 – Senior
Previous pick: Texas CB Quandre Diggs
Tampa Bay needs a starting-caliber nickel cornerback as both Leonard Johnson and Isaiah Frey disappointed in that role in 2014, combining for just one interception. Diggs is a feisty, aggressive cornerback that has experience playing in the slot and on the perimeter, and stays in the fifth round of PewterReport.com’s latest mock draft. The Bucs also like the fact that he can return punts, evidenced by his 11.2-yard average at Texas.

Diggs is an aggressive defender in run support and a hard hitter that racked up 214 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles for the Longhorns defense. But he’s even better against pass, finishing his Longhorns career with 11 interceptions, including four each during his first two seasons at Texas in 2011 and ’12. Diggs also had an interception at the Senior Bowl where he capped off a great week of practice in front of NFL scouts.

For a team like Tampa Bay that hasn’t had a great nickel cornerback since Ronde Barber left years ago, Diggs has some Barber-like qualities about him. He’s covered some of the best receivers in college football over the past few years, including West Virginia’s Kevin White and K-State’s Tyler Lockett. The fact that he has four years of starting experience could help him start as a rookie for the Bucs. If Tampa Bay can procure a defensive starter in the fifth round that is quite an accomplishment.

ROUND 5 (from Patriots) – Montana DE Zack Wagenmann – 6-3, 247 – Senior
Previous pick: Montana DE Zack Wagenmann
The Bucs continue to address the defensive end position with some more pass rushing help from Wagenmann, who had 38 consecutive starts dating back to his sophomore year. He finished his impressive Montana career with 37.5 sacks, including a career-high 17.5 this year, which was the third-most in college football. In his final game for the Grizzlies, Wagenmann tied his career high with three sacks in the team’s 37-20 loss at Eastern Washington in the second round of the playoffs.

Wagenmann also had 74 tackles, 22.5 tackles for loss and six forced fumbles, which was tied for the nation’s lead in both FBS and FCS. In his Montana career, Wagenmann has 201 tackles, 52 tackles for loss, 11 forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Yet outside of his two sacks in a 17-12 loss at Wyoming to start the season, Wagenmann has not faced elite competition, which is why is draft stock is parked on the third day rather than in the first three rounds.

The epitome of consistency, Wagenmann burst onto the scene with a team-high 11.5 sacks as a sophomore and then had 8.5 last year before erupting for 17.5 this season. He gets the most of his sacks from his relentless motor, but needs to get stronger, evidenced by Wagenmann’s 14 reps of 225 pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine, which were the lowest of all defensive linemen.

ROUND 6 (from St. Louis) – West Virginia WR-KR Mario Alford – 5-8, 180 – Senior
Previous pick: Miami G Jon Feliciano
The Bucs had to address the offensive line in the third round, so they missed out on a player they like in Lockett, a productive receiver and an All-American kick returner. But the Bucs find another speedster that can be a weapon on offense and special teams in Alford in the sixth round. The player nicknamed “Super Mario” caught 92 passes for 1,497 yards (16.2 avg.) and 13 touchdowns in two years at West Virginia.

Playing alongside Kevin White, Alford had a breakthrough season in 2014, catching 65 passes for 945 yards and 11 touchdowns. He burst onto the scene in 2013 with a 72-yard touchdown at Texas, and followed that up with an eight-catch, 215-yard day against Iowa State that included a 76-yard TD. Alford posted three 100-yard days in 2014, including a seven-catch, 136-yard effort at Oklahoma State that included a 79-yard touchdown.

Alford has tremendous speed, running a remarkable 4.28 at his pro day after running a 4.43 at the NFL Scouting Combine. That speed lets him to take the top off the defense on deep routes and slants on offense, and allowed Alford to return two kickoffs for touchdowns and average 28.6 yards per kick return last year. Bucs wide receiver Robert Herron struggled with drops as a rookie last year and doesn’t return kicks or punts, which is why they’ll draft a player like Alford that can play in the slot and help as a return specialist.

ROUND 7 – North Dakota State RB John Crockett – 6-0, 217 – Senior
Previous pick: North Dakota State RB John Crockett
The Bucs pick up another running back that can help on special teams in Crockett, who was a huge success at North Dakota State after burst onto the scene as a sophomore. In 2012, Crockett rushed for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 5.4 yards per carry. Splitting carries as the Bisons’ number two running back, Crockett rushed for 1,277 yards and 11 touchdowns, while averaging 6.7 yards per carry. He also flourished as the team’s kick returner, averaging 26.2 yards on 11 returns with a career-long of 52 yards against Illinois State.

As a senior, Crockett took over the full-time duties at running back and rushed for 1,994 yards and 21 touchdowns on 368 carries (5.4 avg.) and produced 11 100-yard games in 2014. He finished with 20 100-yard games in his NDSU career. Crockett started off the season rushing for 139 yards and three touchdowns, including a career-long 80-yarder, in a 34-14 road upset at FBS school Iowa State.

After rushing for 152 yards and two scores in a win against South Dakota State, Crockett had a career day in a 39-32 playoff win against Coastal Carolina in which he dashed for a career-high 227 yards and two scores, including a 70-yarder, on 26 carries. His 45-yard game-winning touchdown jaunt in the fourth quarter allowed him to set the record for the most rushing yards in a single season in Bison history. Crockett is a very good receiver out of the backfield and has experience in pass protection, which makes him a viable weapon on all three downs.

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About the Author: Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 25th year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds spent six years giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com
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Bucko40
Bucko40
6 years ago

If your hearing from sources within OBP of a certain player being selected by the Bucs, don’t you find that suspect? Has a team ever leaked who they were actually taking prior to the draft?
I’ve said from day one that if the Bucs want to sell tickets then they will select Winston.
If the Bucs want to win long term then they will take the game manager in Marcus Mariota.

cgmaster27
cgmaster27
Reply to  Bucko40
6 years ago

Win long term with mariota? not sure you can say that as he never even won the big game in college. Winston is coming to town there is no doubt in most people’s minds. As for early signs it used to be the way it always was. Hell andrew luck was signed before the draft. It used to happen all of the time.

pinkstob
pinkstob
Reply to  cgmaster27
6 years ago

Never won the big game? Cgmaster27, name the last QB to win a Super Bowl that won a national championship in college. I’ve said it before, winning in college does not translate to winning in the NFL.

jongruden
jongruden
Reply to  pinkstob
6 years ago

I remember people wanted Leaf over Manning cause of the big game scenerio where Leaf won the Rose and Peyton lost 4 games to UF and only won games in the Citrus Bowls and lost in the Orange Bowl to Nebraska, well that pretty much throws out that

cgmaster27
cgmaster27
Reply to  pinkstob
6 years ago

Your point is valid pink , but let me ask you this. Who is the ONLY freshman to win a Heisman and national championship? That’s right Jameis Winston. My point being ,just because it hasn’t been done, doesn’t mean it won’t. And I’ll take a guy that knows what it’s like to be in the big game. Not a guy whose nervous at his pro day.

jongruden
jongruden
Reply to  cgmaster27
6 years ago

FSU Game was a BIG game

Mark Cook
Reply to  Bucko40
6 years ago

Of course teams have leaked who they were taking prior to a draft.

dbucfan
dbucfan
Reply to  Bucko40
6 years ago

Yep, Freeman was leaked well before the draft. Made me ill, but PR reported and reconfirmed to insiders

1bucfanjeff
1bucfanjeff
6 years ago

Obviously our lack of addressing DE and OL in FA has dictated that we address those positions in the draft. So QB, OL, OL with 1-3 would not surprise me one bit…welcomed actually. DE is still a sore spot though…a BIG one.

e
e
6 years ago

I can completely see the Bucs aiming for O-line at this point in rounds 2-3. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Miami C Shane McDermott tabbed in round 6-7 either. e

halifaxbucsfan
halifaxbucsfan
6 years ago

I would not be upset at all if we started building our OL with talent like this. We have other needs, but we know that we can get pressure from McCoy/MacDonald/Smith/Insert DE here, then we can afford to make those picks on the line.

I also like that the Bucs can find depth players late in the draft and start by getting the better players who get cut by teams due to the waiver priority.

pinkstob
pinkstob
6 years ago

I thought you did a better job with the your last mock draft SR. Only the picks in Rounds 3, 5 and 6 make sense to me. The position drafted makes sense, but there will likely be better options available than the selections you named. Mariota in Round 1 obviously, but round 2 is reaching for need. Ty Sambrailo is too weak to be taken that high and could be there in the 3rd round. If like you said for this mock draft trades can’t be considered then I doubt the Bucs would take a lesser player just to get… Read more »

Horse
Horse
6 years ago

Looks good to me.

KINDERRT
KINDERRT
6 years ago

IMO, going into the season expecting rookie Linemen to start is just another mistake. Oh, I forgot about Gilkey, Cousins and a few other duds that can start. No proven DE is another Problem that we got ourselves into. L&L better find some one year stop gap players or it’s going to be another long season.

76Buc
76Buc
Reply to  KINDERRT
6 years ago

I could not agree more Kinderrt.

kram0789
kram0789
6 years ago

I like this mock. picks 1, 2 and 3 are right on target to fix our biggest problems with high quality athletes. Lynden Trail is someone I like but a little high at top of 4th round. Maybe a trade down for an extra pick and later round 4th , where we pick up Trail.

fredster
fredster
6 years ago

The first mock draft I saw here was stupid. To be fair free agency wasn’t over yet though. I like this one and just told my buddy the other day if we don’t pick O line 2nd and 3rd then they are idiots! Sucks because we badly need DE too but maybe we will still get help in free agency or pick up someone that’s decent off waivers or something later.

WVBucFan
WVBucFan
6 years ago

If the Bucs get Winston, Jackson, and Alford … it would be an A+ draft. Alford has the speed to do it all and flip the field when needed….

stlbucsfan
stlbucsfan
6 years ago

In the 2nd round if we are going to reach i’d rather it be for Tomlinson since he has the strength to step in and play. Donovan Smith I think has a much higher upside than Sambrailo and should be available in the 3rd. I still think drafting Drummond in the 4th makes sense bc Conte is terrible and is nothing more than depth IMO. 5th round we can take Trail and then the rest is up in the air. I would like to see a DE drafted earlier but protecting Jameis has to be a priority, we need to… Read more »

jongruden
jongruden
6 years ago

Ty Sambrailo in second?, hell to the naw Mr Reynolds, Jake Fisher or Dj Humphries or A. Kouandjio much better picks if any of those guys fore mentioned are available. I say draft guards in round 3-and 4 and I thought we had a 4th rounder from the Mark Barron trade? DE is a priority but your much better drafting a guard for success in the later rounds than a DE, we can’t solve all of our problems in one draft, so rebuild the trenches esp o-line first esp since we will have a prized top pick at qb to… Read more »

Horse
Horse
Reply to  jongruden
6 years ago

Traded for Mankins.

EastEndBoy
EastEndBoy
6 years ago

Well Scott, I think you’ve got a draft with some potential there…and perhaps that’s all any draft is…but if the solution to our 2-14 team ends up being Carter, Melton, Conte and this draft above, then we’re in for a very very verrrrry long 2015 season…who should we pick with the #1 overall pick in 2016?

EastEndBoy
EastEndBoy
Reply to  EastEndBoy
6 years ago

and who will be our new coach and GM in 2016?

macabee
macabee
6 years ago

Note to PR: Since you have trades in parentheses, you should note that the Bucs do not have their original 5th round pick at the top of the draft. The Bills traded 2014 fifth round pick (#149-Kevin Pamphile) to Buccaneers for 2014 seventh round pick and 2015 fifth round pick. The Bucs have the 2015 pick of the Ravens traded for Jeremy Zuttah. Both of our 5th round picks are at the end of the 5th round!

cgmaster27
cgmaster27
6 years ago

Damn watching that video of Jameis just got me hype. All I could see when he was passing to Benjamin was him throwing bombs to Evans. Everything in that video is exactly why we need this guy. AS for the rest of this mock, I’m not sure about that second round pick. With other guards and tackles available, especially Erving, I Don’t see that pick. Love Tre in the third ,but I’m biased on that, but the third would be a steal for him. AS for the rest of these guys, I’ll be honest I don’t know much about them.If… Read more »

Buctebow
Buctebow
6 years ago

I think they should trade up to get the tackle they really want. Hopefully we can trade Melman, Martin, Goldson for some picks to help us do just that.

macabee
macabee
6 years ago

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! Haven’t seen anything in FA to change my mock. Just gotta keep my fingers crossed that the Pats don’t take Erving. Versatility is the key! Macabee’s 2015 7 Round Mock Draft V4 ROUND 1 – QB Jameis Winston/ FSU – 6-4, 230 ROUND 2 – C/OT Cameron Erving/FSU – 6-5, 320 ROUND 3 – ILB Stephone Anthony/Clemson – 6-3, 243, 4.56 ROUND 3 – (Trade for Glennon) OG Trae Jackson/ FSU – 6-4, 330, 5.52 ROUND 4 – FS Durrell Eskridge/Syracuse – 6-3, 208, 4.63 ROUND 5 – RB Matt Jones/UF – 6-2,… Read more »

cgmaster27
cgmaster27
Reply to  macabee
6 years ago

That is one lovely draft you have there . The first three round alone would make the draft a hit. My only slight disagreement would be a slot receiver in the 5th as opposed to a rb. Unless we trade one of ours, I really don’t see the need for the Bucs to draft another running back. Great draft though, which means we’ll probably get maybe one of them.

surferdudes
surferdudes
6 years ago

I heard Winston won’t be going to the draft in Chicago. Hopefully that means he’ll already be in Tampa watching the draft with his new fans.

Horse
Horse
Reply to  surferdudes
6 years ago

I wouldn’t go either if you know the selected group there will boo at just about anything. Winston hasn’t been charged for anything; even the FSU Student Council couldn’t find him guilty of anything.

Bucmeister
Bucmeister
6 years ago

I used Fanspeak On the Clock and came up with the following, fills a lot of our needs: 1-QB-take either one I’m tired of the argument. 2-Poutasi-played LT but has been called Iupati Jr.,can play either tackle or either guard positions 3-D. Smith-played LT in college but is projected to RT early in career, can also play either guard spot 4-Rowe-played both FS and CB in college. Can play inside or outside at CB. ST player 5a-Davis Tull-can play DE and OLB. Some have projected him to MLB because of his size. ST player early on, great speed for his… Read more »

georgehicks
georgehicks
6 years ago

I think withall the hustle and bustle with the rest of the teams. and if Tampa will look at each position and each round then Tampa could bring home a home run each round GO Bucs

townsend3
townsend3
6 years ago

Are there any updates on the Stefen Wisniewski situation?

tmac87
tmac87
6 years ago

“The organization had Winston in the building shortly after the NFL Scouting Combine and the buzz is that he was a huge ___ in the building” …. so he was what exactly? personality, success, butthead? I can’t play fill in the gap anymore! Help me out Scott. lol

scubog
scubog
6 years ago

While I enjoy reading about the players; mock drafts are absolutely pointless speculation akin to picking lottery numbers that have little chance to hit. Criticizing them is like telling someone his Powerball numbers are wrong. The odd part to me is that most agree that choosing the BPA is the preferred draft strategy. But nearly every Mock Draft is focused on need. But with us you could throw a dart and hit a need.

EastEndBoy
EastEndBoy
Reply to  scubog
6 years ago

@scubog…”throw a dart and hit a need”…LOL!

fredster
fredster
6 years ago

Eastendboy I agree. Too many needs to get this thing fixed anytime soon. I don’t even think we can fix the two biggest holes with O line and DE this year. We are 2-3 years away from doing much I think. That’s if they don’t Fire Lovie next season if he goes 2-14 again. Lol. Hire a New HC and or GM and its 3-5 years. Lol. If our QB pick doesn’t pan out 3-5 years. Not very enthused about this season. If they double wins at 4-12 probably be realistic goal. Lol. Sorry but that’s how I feel. Hopefully… Read more »

magoobee
magoobee
6 years ago

If we cannot get Scherff, Peat, Flowers, Clemmings, Collins or Erving with our 2nd round pick, I say traded down.

buddah
buddah
6 years ago

In 5 years winston will be in jail and buccaneer fans will be screaming “we could have taken Mariota who will be on his way to canton.

owlykat
owlykat
6 years ago

If we get Mariota with the first pick I would be happy with these picks.

SOXX
SOXX
6 years ago

Winston in college with benjamin at WR was great just like Manzeil with Evans at A&M. These have got to be the slowest players in the draft

grafikdetail
grafikdetail
6 years ago

R1
QB JAMEIS WINSTON
FLORIDA STATE

R2
RB TODD GURLEY
GEORGIA

R3
G LAKEN TOMLINSON
DUKE

R4
OT DARYL WILLIAMS
OKLAHOMA

R5
ILB RAMIK WILSON
GEORGIA

R5
WR TITUS DAVIS
CENTRAL MICHIGAN

R6
CB LADARIUS GUNTER
MIAMI (FLA.)

R7
DE ZACH WAGENMANN
MONTANA

Bodeano
Bodeano
6 years ago

My 7 rd mock…

Rd 1 Pk 1 Jameis Winston QB FSU
Rd 2 Pk 2 Jake Fisher LT Oregon
Rd 3 Pk 1 Nate Orchard DE/LB Utah
Rd 4 Pk 10 Za’Darius Smith DE Kentuky
Rd 5 Pk 26 Ibraheim Campbell S Northwestern
Rd 5 Pk 32 Josue Matias OG FSU
Rd 6 Pk 8 Antwan Goodley WR Baylor
Rd 7 Pk 1 Karlos Williams RB FSU