The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected eight new players in the 2019 NFL Draft, and those players will take the field next week in Bucs attire for the first time in the rookie mini-camp next week. Here is a look back at the college highlight videos for Tampa Bay’s 2019 draft class.

Round 1: LSU ILB Devin White

Round 2: Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting

Round 3: Auburn CB Jamel Dean

Round 3: Kentucky S Mike Edwards

Round 4: Iowa DE Anthony Nelson

Round 5: Utah K Matt Gay

Round 6: Bowling Green WR Scotty Miller

Round 7: Missouri DT Terry Beckner, Jr.

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Scott Reynolds is in his 24th 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 son's Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]

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  1. Videos are fascinating. You see how the top prospects are curated and have top notch videos. You see in the later rounds they are much more basic and harder to see what they are doing. Also of interest but known when they were drafted – you start with a bunch of SEC picks (and one big 10) and then you have the rest of the college divisions. Have to wait and see how this translates into an NFL career. Odds are, the first three have a chance of making an impact this year and maybe the fifth round pick because he is a kicker.

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  2. White’s highlight tape puts my mind at ease. Can you say Lawrence Taylor?
    Kinda scratching my head on Gay’s “highlights”. Three chip shots? That’s all you got?

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  3. Arians loves WR’s with speed to help open up routes underneath. They are going to give Miller every chance to win a spot on this roster. Even better if he can do it as a return specialist. Miller does need to work on extending his hands catching the football but that is an easy fix given it seems he has soft hands.

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  4. Curious why announcers at beginning of Bunting’s clip said their opponent planned on going after Bunting. Usually you say that about a team’s weakness.

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  5. Kicker highlights might be the most boring thing I ever witnessed. I have a feeling dean will be better than Bunting in the NFL

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  6. Good video on these guys –
    – Speed of each of these guys stands out. [Except Gay of course.]
    – ALL of defenders look like solid tacklers.
    – White is a one man wrecking crew.
    – Wish there was just more video on Bunting.
    – Really impressed with Jamel Dean.
    – Edwards seems to have great ball awareness.
    – Beckner looked pretty quick inside..
    – Nelson is just a big boy.
    – Miller is a fast man. Better putting on some armor or he’ll get killed.

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  7. Former Virginia Tech DB Jamon “Mook” Reynolds will participate as a tryout player at Bucs Rookie Minicamp. Had 70 tackles in 2017, finished his college career last year at Div. II Texas A&M-Commerce.

    Reynolds was dismissed from Virginia Tech’s football program last summer after a felony marijuana arrest, but charge has recently been reduced to a misdemeanor, and can be dropped if he goes without any problems during a 12-month probation.

    Reynolds has draft round talent. This kid can play. If he can keep his head on straight off the field, he has the talent to make a 53 roster on an NFL team. He has the aggressive tackling ability to make a good slot cornerback. The Bucs have had one of those before. Go Bucs!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-31C-ZANz4

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  8. At first i was a little lost and mad but now im actually excited! from the beginning Arians has said that the front 7 was fine and that they were more worried about the secondary and sure enough! we draft 3 defensive backs. Bunting and Dean fit the scheme perfectly! long, physical and tall corners to match with carlton davis. Thank you for all of the coverage Pewter Report! shout out for calling that devin white pick back in January.

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  9. @macabee Impressive video, the kid can tackle that’s for sure. For Reynolds sake, hope he’s able to keep his nose clean and take advantage of the opportunity.

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  10. Not a knock on Bunting but Dean and Edward’s highlights are more impressive. I know our org had reasoning behind taking Bunting that high in the 2nd, and I’m excited in hoping that we will have some good secondary play FINALLY!

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  11. If nothing else, this group of DBs do NOT seem to have an aversion to actually catching the ball for an Int.

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  12. Beckner intrigues me. His tape isn’t the cleanest to watch, but alot to love there. He seems fast for a man his size and quite agile. Solid tackler. Look forward to seeing him grow if he makes the team. Seems to have some potential.

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