The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are busy meeting with NFL Draft prospects at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. Every NFL team gets 60 formal interviews where they will get 15 minutes to meet with draft prospects. While regional scouts and position coaches spend time meeting more than 60 players, the 60 draft prospects that get the formal interview get to meet the Bucs’ coordinators, in addition to head coach Bruce Arians and general manager Jason Licht.

Here is a list of the players that can confirm that the following draft picks have met with Tampa Bay.

UPDATED: March 2 – 5:00 pm ET.


*Updated on Saturday
Florida State OLB/DE Brian Burns
LSU LB Devin White
Old Dominion OLB/DE Oshane Ximines
TCU DE L.J. Collier
Georgia DE Johnathan Ledbetter
Maryland DE Bryon Cowart
Boston College DE Zach Allen
Florida OLB/DE Jachai Polite
Florida OT Jawaan Taylor

Houston DT Ed Oliver (Saturday night scheduled)
Notre Dame DT Jerry Tillery
Memphis RB Darrell Henderson
Memphis RB Tony Pollard
Kansas State RT Dalton Risner
Northern Illinois OT Max Scharping
Georgia WR Mecole Hardman
Ohio State WR Parris Campbell
West Virginia QB Will Grier (met with OC Byron Leftwich)
Alabama State RT Tytus Howard
West Virginia LT Yodny Cajuste
Boston College G Chris Lindstrom
South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel
Ohio State WR Terry McLaurin


*Updated on Saturday
TCU OLB/DE Ben Banogu
Iowa DE Anthony Nelson
Texas DE Charles Omenihu
Michigan DE Rashan Gary
Oregon De Jalen Jelks
Florida DE CeCe Jefferson
Eastern Michigan Maxx Crosby
Kansas State RB Alex Barnes
Florida RB Jordan Scarlett
Florida Atlantic RB Devin Singletary
USC OT Chuma Udoba
Elon RT Oli Udoh
Georgia WR Terry Godwin
Stanford WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler
Northwestern State WR Jazz Ferguson
West Virginia WR Gary Jennings
Buffalo WR Anthony Johnson
Texas Tech WR Antoine Wesley
Oregon WR Dillon Mitchell
Ole Miss WR Damarkus Lodge
Auburn WR Darius Slayton
Toledo WR Cody Thompson
Clemson WR Hunter Renfro
Washington State QB Gardner Minshew


Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown
Buffalo QB Tyree Jackson
Alabama OT Jonah Williams

Check back often to see a list of updated names of players that the Bucs have interviewed at the NFL Scouting Combine.

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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 Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for 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:
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2 years ago

Scott, I hope they will also interview DE Omenihu and RB Snell, Jr. as well as DT Saunders.

2 years ago

Alot of WRs. Looks like Hump and MeJax or outa here.

Ken Grant
Ken Grant(@fire_schiano)
Reply to  Darin
2 years ago

The only reason to focus that heavily on what is currently the deepest position on the team is if that group is about to shrink.

2 years ago

Oh OL, RB, and a speed WR. Well. Seems like they read my battle plan.

Reply to  Dubcity6
2 years ago

Guess SR has a side account as well….

Reply to  FLBoy84
2 years ago

Actually my favorite battle plan was Mark Cooks.

Reply to  Dubcity6
2 years ago

Was referring to the self congratulatory comment about the team following your advice like you had some input into their decision.

Reply to  FLBoy84
2 years ago

aka SR

Reply to  Dubcity6
2 years ago

Sheesh what did i say. Everyone disliked this post lol

2 years ago

No talks with D.K Metcalf or A.J Brown?

2 years ago

No Jonah yet?

Pit of misery
Pit of misery(@loviesmith)
2 years ago

Devin White will be our 1st pick imo and Alexander will be gone…

2 years ago

I have always been a proponent for the Bucs to trade down at #5. Now I’m not so sure. Arizona HC Kliff Kingsbury is coveting QB Kyler Murray and the Redskins have expressed an interest in trading for QB Rosen. If one other QB needy team trades into the top 4 and/or somebody gets the hots for WR D.K. Metcalf, the Bucs are almost certain to pick at 5. To complicate things further, I hear now that the Raiders who pick at #4 are shopping QB Derek Carr. Turbulence is forming at the top of the draft my friends that… Read more »

2 years ago

I hope Devin White (LB) is the 1st pick. further down the draft board I want to get Tyree Jackson (QB), and then one of these running backs (Myles Gaskins, Darrell Henderson, Justice Hill, Myles Sanders). These are my dream picks!