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This is a reader submission from an author who wishes to remain anonymous. Who will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft this April? Depends on what happens during the NFL free agency period. The creator of this Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft mock has made a couple changes.
Enjoy the Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft composite, it covers all seven rounds.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft composite
1st round: DESMOND TRUFANT (Washington)
2nd round: MARGUS HUNT (SMU)
3rd round: WILL DAVIS (Utah St.) or JJ WILCOX (Georgia Southern)
4th round: JAMIE COLLINS (Southern Mississippi)
4th round: JORDAN MILLS (Louisiana Tech)
5th round: CHRIS JONES (Bowling Green)
6th round: BRANDON THURMOND (Arkansas-Pine Bluff)
6th round: ABDUL KANNEH (New Mexico Highlands)
7th round: MIKE HERMANN (RPI) or JAKE MULLIN (Mcmurry)
I’d definitely keep an eye on MIKE HERMANN & JAKE MULLIN. Both are QBs with good size & who have put up good numbers. Sure it was against smaller schools but nobody will really pay attention ...
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