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Trevor Sikkema

Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he's not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]

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    cgmaster27

    Careful with an abundance of Noles on that list Trevor, you might catch some flack for that. Haha
    As for Derwin, if he’s healthy all year he’ll dominate. The best safety I’ve seen since ed reed.
    Once he knocked a 320 pound guard on his ass in the Miami game two years ago, I knew this guy was special.
    Next year will be a heavily flavored defensive draft. It has to be.

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    Iowabucfan

    Thanks for the list, Trev. I look forward to watching these players next fall. What position group will be strong in next year’s draft?

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    drdneast

    Puuuullleeeeze make this the last future draft story for awhile. Enough is enough.

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    macabee

    Gonna put my bid in early for OT Orlando “Baby Zeus” Brown/Oklahoma, 6-7, 340. Going to have move way up to get this guy. I’m going to predict that he is the first OT off the board in the 1st round 2018.

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      chetthevette

      Any tackle named Orlando should be considered. He will be on pace to be drafted high.
      GO BUCS

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      magoobee

      Dam, his size is a big as Orlando.

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    ayron54

    Our players from this year’s draft havent even gotten their numbers yet!! Appreciate the foresight but can we at least wait until the gap between now and camp?

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    gcolerick

    Lol…..had to read the heading twice on this article. You must have been one of those kids that came straight home from school and did their homework before going out to play. It would be pretty impressive if you hit on one of these guys so two questions for you….1)Did you do this last year? 2)Was OJ Howard on that list?

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    surferdudes

    I thought we might be looking for a three tech this year, we sure better next year. McCoy won’t be playing forever, cupboard kind of bare after him.

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    e

    Are you making a statement about the Bucs defense this coming year, Trevor?

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    kram0789

    That you have a safety listed first says all we need to know about second round pick Justin Evans. What pops about Evans is that he is one of the slower safeties in the 2017, at 4.57 versus Josh Jones at 4.41 and Obi at 4.40. Evans gets his playing speed from anticipation but in the NFL the good QB’s will use that against him and Evans does not have the speed to recover. This is another wasted premium pick by Licht, RE: ASJ, Sims and the kicker. I think it is an ego pick with Licht trying to show how smart he is. If he would just stop doing this our drafts would be much better and we would be much further along the road to play off victories.

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