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You’ve had your warm up time.

You’ve had time to digest things like the NFPA Bowl and even the East-West Shrine Game, but now it’s time to get to the mack daddy, the event where the entire NFL descends upon little ol’ Mobile, AL to become the NFL mecca for a few days.

What we’re talking about, of course, is the 2018 Senior Bowl.

The Senior Bowl is the top all-star game in the circuit. If you get invited to this, you’re going – baring an injury or you knowing you’re going to be a top selection already. The best part about this week is that these 2018 NFL Draft prospects get real NFL coaching for the three days of practice and the game on Saturday. Coaching staffs from the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans will be the ones running the show this year, and those staffs should actually work out well for the Buccaneers personnel members that will surely be in attendance ( like head coach Dirk Koetter and general manager Jason Licht) to get a good look at what these guys can do.

Last year at the Senior Bowl the Bucs got an early look at the player they eventually selected with the No. 19 overall pick in 2017, tight end O.J. Howard.

Is the Bucs future 2018 first round pick in Mobile? If he is, these are our top offensive candidates for who it might be.

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About the Author: 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: trevor@pewterreport.com
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3 years ago

Maybe Penny is this year’s K. Hunt. If available in 3rd round. Also the center from Michigan looks interesting.

3 years ago

I like Penny and Wadley, if Barkley isn’t available at 7 and if Michel isn’t available in round 2.

3 years ago

Penny in the third, I am going to keep saying it until it happens. Penny in the third!

Reply to  SappAttack
3 years ago


Penny in the third, IF he’s there. Might need to be a 2nd people!!!

3 years ago

I wanna see more vids with penny I saw his highlights and I’m impressed. I saw a couple of Oregon games and Crosby made the line look completely better. I watched a few series with him and the offense was rolling then he got hurt for a series or two and the offense was horrible I believe he is a true left tackle. I wanna see more on the pitt tackle a former tight end who made the switch to right then left tackle if we trade down with buffalo I would take the best available defensive lineman and maybe… Read more »

3 years ago

I have been on the Penny band wagon for a while now. Great speed, runs with power, has cutting ability, returns punts and kicks all at 220 lbs. I am of the opinion that Penny won’t last to the 3rd round. After the combine his stock will rise.

Reply to  skipper
3 years ago

if he run 4.5 or lower, he wont make it passed 2nd. if he runs 4.65, he will be there.

3 years ago

Ito Smith = Warrick Dunn.

Reply to  seat26
3 years ago

He’s no OJ Simpson but he could be Judge Ito. lol. Impressive burst and vision for a small back.

3 years ago

mason cole is from this area too played HS ball at eastlake high. i think hes defiantly on our radar