Jason Licht Talks Draft Balance

March 28th, 2017

GM Jason Licht talks to Joe at the NFL Owners Meetings yesterday

When trying to predict what college players the Bucs will select next month, it’s easy to ignore the fact Jason Licht drafted 12 offensive players versus one defensive player through the 2014 and 2015 NFL Drafts.

Is that a factor? Will it matter next month?

Last year, Licht drafted four defensive players, two offensive players and a kicker that cost Joe’s hairline at least two inches. So Licht’s career draft tally is 14 offensive players versus five defensive players.

Joe asked Licht yesterday whether that imbalance matters in his approach to the draft.

“It can’t,” Licht said. Each year’s draft must be about internal team assessment and the evaluation of prospects, he said. Need is always an element of every draft so the process should balance itself, Licht said.

Of course, teams that finish 9-7 (and 6-2 in their last eight games), already have a level of healthy balance across their roster.

“I don’t think you’re going to see us taking seven players on one side of the ball this year,” Licht said. Hopefully, we can distribute, but even if we don’t, then we still have other avenues to add to the team.”

Joe thinks 2017 will be Licht’s most balanced draft yet.

The Bucs need to walk with a receiver, a running back and a dangerous returner, and they probably want more depth at tight end, but there are also depth concerns at cornerback and along a veteran defensive line, in addition to the need for a safety with potential higher than that of those currently on the roster.

105 Responses to “Jason Licht Talks Draft Balance”

  1. Dubcity06 Says:

    So pretty much every position besides QB, K, and P.

    Just hope they dont take a RB in the 1st

  2. Wausa Says:

    Good analysis Joe.
    It’s unfortunate we have such a glaring need at one position(running back)
    but we are lucky in that there is a decent chance either Dalvin(first choice) or McCaffrey are available in the 1st when we pick.

  3. Tampabayucfan Says:

    Three on Offense…..Three on Defense and one trans.

  4. Wausa Says:

    Even before the 2015 season per the NFL.com the bucs had the worst group of running backs in the NFL:

    32. Buccaneers: Doug Martin, Bobby Rainey, Mike James, Charles Sims, Dominique Brown

    Now in 2017 we are even worst


  5. Kobe Faker Says:

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    Kobe Fakers 2017 Draft evaluation in 30 days

  6. Pepsi Says:

    I still see us picking Offensive heavy. Pick 19 can be anything from either side of the ball but I still see 3 offensive picks within the first 4 rounds. Rb, WR, TE are all very likely within the first 4 or 5.. if picks 5-7 are defense I still wouldnt call it balanced, those are the rounds where guys may not even make the squad.

  7. Buccaneers Says:

    Really hope DE is up high on Lichts needs list. We are an abomination at creating QB pressure.

  8. Buccaneers Says:

    No way. We got a decent running game.

  9. MadMax Says:

    What Ive been thinking for them in my mocks is pretty balanced. A DE like Barnett or Solomon…a safety like Obi….a WR like Zay…..a RB like Perine……a CB like Kazee…then O line and that big TE from the small school you talked about yesterday.

  10. Cobraboy Says:

    WR, S, RB, TE, KR, QB & CB

  11. gotbbucs Says:

    The Bucs have a solid core, but lacking young playmakers. Guys that can take the ball away, ghys that can put solid pressure on QBs consistently, and young offensive playmakers not named Mike Evans.
    Take your pick, this draft has all of the above. Deficiencies that remain after the draft can be pieced together with veteran free agents.

  12. Lord Cornelius Says:

    2017 draft = S/TE/WR/RB/CB(?)
    2018 draft = OT/DT/C/CB(?)

    R1-Dalvin Cook RB
    R2-Budda Baker – nickle CB / S
    R3-Carlos Henderson 3rd or 4th WR/returner
    R4-Adam Shasheen/Jeremy Sprinkle TE (in-line blocking TE)
    R5-7 – D-line / CB / another WR

  13. 813bucboi Says:

    1ST-Jarrad Davis-LB

    GO BUCS!!!!

  14. Skipper Says:

    Bucky Brooks got crucified for suggesting Jarred Davis to the Bucs in the first.

  15. rayjay1122 Says:

    No way we take a LB in the first. I think we go WR or DL in the first depending on who is available and where they are on the Bucs draft board.

  16. Dan Solaz Says:

    Lord Cornelius… I love your opinion and hope it falls that way
    Bubba Baker

  17. uckinator Says:

    Tough to figure out the draft with so many moving parts. Don’t forget another way of obtaining players; You can pick up a decent OL, RB, safety, when the teams cut down on the final roster at the end of August. There are a lot of tough decisions made with 2 equally good players on the bubble. I would equate that to a 4th round draft pick or better (Why ?) Because they already have experience with a track record you can examine. You can eliminate all the head cases.

  18. uckinator Says:

    I should also add, these players will be highly motivated !

  19. MadMax Says:

    Hey Lord, name your band again so I can find that song on youtube…..great tune! Think I asked you a few months ago but forgot to check the post for a response.

  20. Buccaneers Says:

    Excited to see what the Bucs do this draft. For the first time in a long time they seem to know what they are doing.

    Looks like our GM plans to draft certain players he really wants and spares no expense to get the guys he strongly belives will help the team. Feels more confident as a fan to have a GM that has a definite plan………rather then prior years where it felt more-or-less like they were throwing darts at Mel Kipers Big Board.

    The trades are fun too

  21. Skipper Says:

    Joe, why are my post being monitored and removed? I for the most part treat others with respect here. I can always get my information elsewhere if you are singling me out for some reason.

  22. 813bucboi Says:

    @rayjay….he’s way more than just a linebacker….VERSATILITY IS KEY….GO BUCS!!!!

  23. Pickgrin Says:

    Joe says:
    “they probably want more depth at tight end”

    “the need for a safety with potential higher than that of those currently on the roster”

    LOL contradict yourselves much? Joe has written multiple articles saying that TE and better safety talent are not needs and thus won’t be addressed this year – despite the fact that even Ray Charles can see the Bucs have real need for upgrades at both positions and that this is the strongest draft in many many years for both TE and Safety talent.

  24. Buccaneers Says:

    Yeah but do the Bucs have to upgrade the TE with somebody who has great recieving skills? Cause those are rare and will be very costly. Otherwise it is not too hard a position to fill.

  25. SB Says:

    Pick your little salty today. Ready for some football I see. 😀

  26. Lord Cornelius Says:

    “MadMax Says:
    March 28th, 2017 at 4:44 pm
    Hey Lord, name your band again so I can find that song on youtube…..great tune! Think I asked you a few months ago but forgot to check the post for a response.”

    “Too Many Humans” and thanks man!

  27. ElioT Says:


    Let’s rock!!!

  28. MadMax Says:

    Yep, “Jocephus” thats the one 😀 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gfYe9Ygc6E

  29. Buccaneers Says:

    Opening Day this weekend!!!!

  30. Buccaneers Says:

    Do you believe in the Tandyman?

  31. Pickgrin Says:

    Long way to go for any football SB. 4 months until training camp and 5+ months until actual games.

    The Super Bowl is always bittersweet. Its the biggest game of the year, but unless your team wins, its a long 7 months for 31 teams who want another crack at that Lombardi trophy. I doubt this is our year to win it all – but with Jameis Winston, anything is possible so hope springs eternal. At least it feels like we should legit have something to cheer for and look forward to this football season…

  32. Lord Cornelius Says:

    “Dan Solaz Says:
    March 28th, 2017 at 4:39 pm
    Lord Cornelius… I love your opinion and hope it falls that way
    Bubba Baker

    Thanks man. I keep flipping on what i want every day lol but I’m an FSU homer and love the idea of Dalvin. I think he’s like Jamaal Charles except a little thicker / little better at breaking tackles; but a little less speed

  33. Cobraboy Says:

    Don’t be surprised if the Bucs draft Peppers and move him to Sam. Think Mark Barron.

  34. MadMax Says:

    ^ and his return skills…..needs to put on a little more weight though.

  35. SB Says:

    I couldn’t agree more Pick. That’s why I don’t comment a whole lot this coming year. It’s not worth the time to Guess that way. But I do like to read the comments.

  36. SB Says:

    this *time of * year

  37. Dom is gone Says:

    DEFENSE first 3 picks… does no one remember needing one win at the end of the season and our defense folding like a blanket? No pass rush at all… RB later in the draft… need play makers on the other side of the ball! 2 of the top 5 offenses didn’t even make the playoffs last year.

  38. Kalind Says:


  39. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    “The Bucs need to walk with a receiver, a running back and a dangerous returner, and they probably want more depth at tight end, but there are also depth concerns at cornerback and along a veteran defensive line, in addition to the need for a safety with potential higher than that of those currently on the roster.”

    Personally, I think they can skip WR and make do. Also, I think RB is a secondary need. Licht seems to find decent RBs off the street. As to WR, they’ve added a couple good ones. I don’t think Koetter cares so much about a speedy guy there, not as much as fans do.

    Tight end? I can see going after one in the first few rounds…maybe. Brate is great, but Stocker is always unhealthy. So they need a good blocking one. However, you can get that in round 4 or later.

    To me, the biggest needs on offense are right tackle and center (unless Hawley is finally healthy; which I doubt).

    As to DEFENSE, I would say the biggest need is now Safety to replace Bradley McDougald, because Wilcox is nowhere close to being as good. McDougald was getting better each year, but he wasn’t great yet (I think this would have been his big year). Wilcox is barely half as good, and is already past his ceiling. Therefore…we NEED to replace McDougald still.

    And the next most important needs on Defense are defensive end and another cornerback.

    Next year, if Lavante David doesn’t start playing better, we may have to replace him. He’s had 2 down years in a row. Excuses for that can be made, but not if it turns into 3 bad years.

  40. Buccaneers Says:

    Yeah Dom they choked. LaVonte David is a no-show stiff and our line looks like boys against men still.

  41. Kalind Says:

    Cobra boy, it’s not a bad plan……if we got Peppers in the fourth.

    They’re not drafting a hybrid LB/S in the first round. Peppers is an option, but only if they are 100% on his being a safety. Ala wayyyyy more than Barron

  42. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    @pickgrin i think the inconsistency in the messages comes from the fact that their are 2 Joes who don’t always agree.

  43. Buccaneers Says:

    I think they should go after another good ole boy in the first round. Worked nicely the past 2 drafts.

  44. Lord Cornelius Says:

    Bonzai I almost disagree with everything lol

    1- I believe Wilcox could easily be an upgrade over McDougald. But I personally was never high in McDougald in general and would probably point to him as the weakest starter by far on defense if everyone was healthy.

    2-I don’t think we can skip WR and make do. Our depth is terrible CFL star or not. I don’t think it’s a huge need where we have to address it R1 but if Djax goes down and we have to start Rudy Humphries outside as the #2 we are f*cked like last year.

    3-Why not get a blocking TE that can catch? This draft is full of them and having that would open up our playbook a lot.

    4-Agree we could use RT/C upgrades; but at least we have tons of youthful depth and development going on there. The draft is weak for o-line so unless the right C is there in the mid rounds this is the position I could pass on this year; since the value of other positions is much better. O-line and DT draft should be stronger in 2018 which is what I think we should attack IF we need to. For all we know Benecoch /Goddshalk / Sweezy /Webster etc could all end up developing into solid starters.

    5-Agree on defensive needs for the most part. Pass rushers are always great as is D-line depth. I’m not sure if SS or FS is a bigger need honestly. Tandy seemed to really come on the end of last year. Lavonte also started playing much better to finish the season and I have no worries about him

  45. Dom is gone Says:

    Come on Pickgrin…. with Jamies anything is possible??? Even Rogers couldn’t get his team to the Super Bowl …. some of you people are simply delusional if think one guy can win it all for us! Some of the greatest quarterback in the history of the game only have one or no Super Bowl trophies! Love Jamies but he’s not Tom Brady yet. No defense equals no playoffs !

  46. Dom is gone Says:

    Come on Pickgrin…. with Jamies anything is possible??? Even Rogers couldn’t get his team to the Super Bowl …. some of you people are simply delusional if think one guy can win it all for us! Some of the greatest quarterback in the history of the game only have one or no Super Bowl trophies! Love Jamies but he’s not Tom Brady yet. No defense = no playoffs

  47. Cobraboy Says:

    Kalind Says:

    Cobra boy, it’s not a bad plan……if we got Peppers in the fourth.

    They’re not drafting a hybrid LB/S in the first round. Peppers is an option, but only if they are 100% on his being a safety. Ala wayyyyy more than Barron

    Certainly not at #19.

    I think with the rise in the passing game, and the less reliance on a Sam LB, you’ll begin to see more hybrid Sam/S hybrids, decent safeties that can get near the LOS in a nickle situation.

  48. Pickgrin Says:

    Dom is gone says:
    “Come on Pickgrin…. with Jamies anything is possible???… Love Jamies but he’s not Tom Brady yet”

    “yet” being the key word. Winston is driven to be the best and his god given skill set and intelligence on the football field gives him a good chance to be the best sooner than later. As it is – with 32 games of NFL experience under his belt at the ripe old age of just turned 23, Jameis Winston is by FAR the best QB the Buccaneers have ever fielded. With expected improvement this year and additional help from Jason Licht adding talent to his supporting cast – its certainly not inconceivable that the Bucs could get hot at the end of 2017 and win the SB. Unlikely but not impossible.

    My point was – when you have a legit franchise QB – even a young one – a SB run is always possible unless the rest of the team sucks which is definitely not the case with the Buccaneers.

  49. Stickcarrier Says:

    The real question is what Jersey number will Cook wear for the Bucs? I’m seeing number 21 for some reason.

  50. Dom is gone Says:

    1998 packers with Farve…2007 colts with Manning…2012 packers with Rogers…2016 Patriots with Brady , 4 first ballot hall of fame QBs that won the Super Bowl the year before and were the favorites to win it the next year, with 10 times the talent around them did not win the Super Bowl! Winston is an average QB compared to those guys! Again if hall of famers can’t carry their teams don’t think 3rd year QB with an average defense has a chance.

  51. Dom is gone Says:

    Not a knock on Winston but we need a lot added to this roster to compete for a title

  52. Buc1987 Says:

    Dom is wrong…..the defense has it’s holes, but it also kept us in a few games too on the back end of the season. I’ll give the D a pick or 2, but nothing high for me. NOT in the first 3 anyways.

    Pickgrin…I of course get your point no need to elaborate for me. It’s a QB driven league now and given adequate enough weapons I believe Winston will win multiple SB’s. So Dom is wrong. 🙂

  53. Buc1987 Says:

    Of course more gelling along the O-line would help too. Get us a replacement for the QB killing machine Dotson, some weapons for Winston. Then focus on the D.

  54. Skipper Says:

    Thank you Joe for posting my response, have no clue why you would scrutinize me. I never disrespect you opinion, hope you don’t mine.

  55. Dom is gone Says:

    Buc1987 what you believe is irrelevant in the point I’m trying to make… Steve Young 1 Super Bowl… Drew Breese 1 Super Bowl… Rogers 1 Super Bowl… Peyton freaking Mannning 1 Super Bowl , second one does not count with that defense. If you count it give Dilfer the same respect. If you truly think Winston is going to win multiple super bowls your nuts! History alone says he will not win 1 … greatest to ever to play the game won 0 not 1 let alone 2… come on guys take off the pewter glasses!

  56. SB Says:

    Dom…. If you could just go ahead and shoot me the winning lottery numbers I would be happy.

  57. Dom is gone Says:

    This team is finally looks like it going in the right direction after the Allen then Dom Catastrophes… but let’s be realistic we either missed the playofffs or we’re one and done several years with one of the greatest defenses ever assembled! History shows great teams come and go without ever winning squat.

  58. Jonzey Says:

    1. Cook (RB)
    2. Samuel (WR)
    3. Williams (FS)
    4. OLB
    5. T.J Logan ( RB, RS)

  59. Jonzey Says:

    We need to let Martin and Sims go

  60. Dom is gone Says:

    SB if I knew the #s I’d share them with everyone but y’all probably just criticize me for not say Winston will smash Brady’s record and win 8 straight titles…. not being negative just realistic

  61. Buccaneers Says:

    We still need a DE if we wanna beat any playoff teams someday. Way more then we need WR right now

  62. Jonzey Says:

    We need more speed we can get TE from FAU in the 6th

  63. Buccaneers Says:

    Can you idiots shut up about Super Bowls. In case you didnt know the Bucs are completely irrevelant outside of Tampa in Super Bowl discussions. But if ya dont wanna admit it Ill be happy to sport your Super Bowl wager.

  64. SB Says:

    How do you know when you are predicting the future I cannot see how you can square your mouth straight to say that you are just being realistic. Rather than being an actual fan you are stating that you believe the odds are against us ever winning a Superbowl with Winston. What kind of fan is that? I can understand if you don’t agree with somebody else’s reasoning as to why they think that Winston will help us win multiple Super Bowls. That said to say that the odds were against us it’s just pissing in everybody’s Cheerios. Don’t be a Dave,.

  65. SB Says:

    Actually Buccaneers, I live in Montana surrounded by Green Bay and Denver and Seattle fans. Believe me we are on all their radars.

  66. Buccaneers Says:

    Lol…..multiple Super Bowls now? What are yall thinking? You guys must think super bowls happen overnight……….remember giving the last plce Rams their first 4 TDs (3 games in) in Our home opener? How bout our meltdown against Oakland? Thats 2 utter meltdowns in 2 yers……..hahahaha our players still dont know the entire plybook………just because you believe hard enough doesnt mean it will come true. Im sorry spongebob lied fo you

  67. Not there yet Says:

    Receiver and returner pick needs to be one in the same there’s no need to draft a guy to return kicks if he’s not going to be a major factor in the offense. Can’t wait for draft day. Mock drafts are useless to look at this year because there are so many ways to go no one really has a clue what we’ll do.

  68. Buccaneers Says:

    We are on pace with GB SEA and DEN? Your joking? When was the last time one of those three teams got into a playoff push and got completely manhandled like we did against the Cowboys last year? And when was the last time they followed that against a weak division opponent that was out of the playoff race altogether only to get destroyed like we did against New Orleans?

  69. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    1st- TJ Watt DE
    2nd- Budda Baker S
    3rd- Carlos Henderson WR
    4th- Jordan Leggett TE
    5th- TJ Logan RB or trade back into the 4th for Periene
    6th- Ryan Switzer KR
    7th- Brad Seaton OT

    I think we should bring Jamal Charles in for a visit. Sign Mangold and I would also bring Elvis Dumervil in for a visit. He could make for a scary 3rd down and long pass rush specialist. And last but not least we should give Josh Gordon a chance once he is reinstated and released by the browns. Risk versus reward favors way too far into the reward side to not give it a shot.

    Adding Watt and Baker to our D would give us those last couple of missing pieces to push us over the edge. Scary talent for years to come especially when you think of Spawn and Watt going to work on 3rd down plays. I love McCaffrey but Watt would help our team more imo.

  70. Jonzey Says:

    Look at Hill for Kansas, Hester. That is what you need now to help the offense

  71. Jonzey Says:

    Funky no need in that RB first and We. Next

  72. Jonzey Says:

    Funky no need in that RB first and Wr. Next

  73. Dom is gone Says:

    y’all guys are right why be realistic…. Bucs win Super Bowl ! Gators win National title in both Football and basketball! Rays win World Series! .Lightning win Stanley cup! Magic win NBA title! AND if you don’t agree your not TRUE fans of any of those teams…. LOL y’all guys kill me. Can’t have a logical conversation on this site.

  74. SB Says:

    Buccaneers not only are you literally challenged but I’m starting to think you’re a troll. I stated that I live in a town in Montana that is filled with Green Bay Denver and Seattle fans. All of them that I respect as football fans believe that we are an up-and-coming and dangerous team. If that is so hard for you to believe then I question your name.

  75. Jonzey Says:

    Who are you Dom stick to one sport

  76. Buccaneers Says:

    Do you guys believe in the Tandyman?

  77. Buccaneers Says:

    Then I dont know why you responded to me SB. I was talking about Superbowls. I cant help you if you go off subject

  78. SB Says:

    I said that we were on their radars. You said on Pace I was typing slowly

  79. SB Says:

    Dom, my point is why even respond to somebody who says they think we’re going to win multiple Super Bowls if you have to do it in a negative manner? I mean just let him live the dream. Didn’t you want to sleep with the prom queen at once?

  80. Dom is gone Says:

    Jonzey….Just making a point. If you can’t bring a logical conversation to this site without people getting up in arms why not just say all of our favorite teams will go undefeated and win the title in their sport!

  81. Buccaneers Says:

    Yeah if that means we are just up and coming i agree

  82. Buccaneers Says:

    Dom is right. Talking about us winning Superbowls is an illogical and irrational conversation.

  83. SB Says:

    Me, my dad bought tickets in 1976. I’ve been through everything this team has been through since I was 11 years old. I know what it’s like to be pessimistic. I know what it’s like to be optimistic. And I damn sure know what it’s like to be let down. Me personally I feel like culture change that puts this team on the upswing. It’s not attributed to one single player one coach 1gm or one ownership. I have high hopes and I happen to think a Superbowl is in the cards. I’m as crazy as everyone you say is

  84. Buccaneers Says:

    That’s why I asked if you guys believed in the Tandy man. I was trying to change the subject to something more rational

  85. SB Says:

    Yes Buccaneers that is what I was pointing out. These fans of other teams we’re starting to learn players names on the Bucs. I can tell you that will need picked up DeSean Jackson I had several people call me. They were not happy to see Jackson on the other side of Evans

  86. SB Says:

    And to Dom I may have join your conversation late.

  87. Buccaneers Says:

    I just don’t think it’s proper to say that a team is ready to win Super Bowls when they haven’t proven enough worth to even make it to the playoffs yet. Being in the hunt is nice and that is the team that we are now. I want to see this team prove that they are good enough to actually get into the playoffs. If they fail then I will be very disappointed.

    Until they make the playoffs I don’t think they deserve any praise. I’m done with getting excited about a below-average team that hasn’t proven anything yet. 9-7average team

  88. Buccaneers Says:

    SB. They know our players names for reasons. It doesn’t hurt to have a young franchise quarterback but all around the team we have lots of exceptional Talent in many positions. We are a very exciting team.

    And DeSean Jackson is no joke he has had a great career. But that means nothing in Tampa until he gets his first yards and touchdowns

  89. SB Says:

    I understand that Buccaneers. And I don’t believe that we are ready to win a Superbowl this year either. But I’m starting to believe that the nucleus is coming together. I would be jumping the gun right now to say I think we’re going to win multiple Super Bowls. But I believe if this team heads in the correct direction as it is now, then we have a good shot at winning the championship. Being a Bucs fan of 41 years it is really nice to have something good to look forward to.

  90. Buccaneers Says:

    Yeah SB. Tough thing right now and I think we need to get better on both sides of the ball. There is a definite lack of explosiveness and big playmaking ability on both sides. Will be a tough task to fix both areas and one off-season.

  91. Buccaneers Says:

    Think our defense could get there if they had a edge rush but so do most yeams probably

  92. SB Says:

    Well actually I think we have had quick fixes in two of our most desperate areas of need. With Jackson we have a quick fix at receiver. With Baker we have a quick fix at defensive line which is actually a better move than most people realize I think. Now if we get another wide receiver and a running back in the first three rounds along with a safety and defensive line or offensive line in the next two, I would be happy with whatever happens in the next three, but I don’t build football teams for a living so I have to trust those who do.

  93. SB Says:

    @Buccaneers, I am still high on Barnett

  94. SB Says:

    I have to stop posting comments on this phone. Talk to text. That’s a joke

  95. SB Says:

    Off topic but the Gators basketball team got hosed the other night. No problem really for us Gators fans, because the entire team is returning next year except for Kasey Hill. And on top of that we have the ninth best recruiting class in the nation so far.. Vegas can’t do anything about that.

  96. NFLNut Says:

    RB, TE, WR, CB, S, DE … and either a DL, LB or OL … that’s balance for sure

  97. Buccaneers Says:

    Who is Barnett. That DE they picked up is like D Jackson. Meaningless until the get their first yards and tds

  98. SB Says:

    Derek Barnett defensive end Tennessee. I’m on my phone don’t know how to copy and paste.

  99. SB Says:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt0Ye_QqyJc. Well I guess I suck at texting if this works this is what my wife did

  100. SB Says:

    Anyways I don’t claim to be an expert At draftees because I don’t have enough time. But I like this guy for what research I have done. Now at this time I’m going to play Assassin’s Creed with my wife. Have a good night photos

  101. SB Says:

    Maybe an edit button Joe.

  102. Pickgrin Says:

    SB – agree about Barnett being the best DE we have a chance of drafting. If Cook, Howard, Williams and Davis are all off the board at 19 (likely scenario) then Barnett would be a great pick if he happened to be available (also somewhat unlikely though IMO).

    We will most likely be looking at drafting McCaffrey, Njoku or possibly Barnett at 19 assuming we stay put and pick at #19. John Ross and Jabrill Peppers are also possibilities depending on how highly the Bucs rate their skills – but I personally don’t want either at 19.

  103. Mr. Simmons Says:

    John Ross, safety,tight end, defensive end, somehow Joe Nixon,2nd wide receiver/playmaker and a 2nd blocking tight end and address the Offensive line help in the undrafted free agency pool as well as Quarterback and Sam linebacker dept…..

  104. Mr. Simmons Says:

    Sorry bout my horrible typing new phone and I’m sleepy….lol

  105. godzilla13 Says:

    1st – CB Gareon Conley
    2nd – TE Bucky Hodges
    3rd – (trade up?) WR Chris Godwin
    4th – FS Justin Evans

    Adrian Peterson at RB