Ranking Mockers And Keon Coleman

April 26th, 2024

Joe can’t wait for someone to review all the big-name mock drafts to see who did best.

What Joe does know is that JoeBucsFan.com draft guru Sean Sullivan nailed 10 first-round picks to the proper teams. Per Joe’s review of NFL Network draft guru Daniel Jeremiah’s final mock draft, he scored on six picks.

So who is next tonight for Tampa Bay?

Keon Coleman is Sullivan’s pick for the Bucs in Round 2. You can hear that explanation and the rest of the Tampa Bay picks by Sullivan for Rounds 2 through 7 (and alternate choices in those spots) in the Ira Kaufman Podcast below.

This was recorded prior to Round 1, so the current chatter picks up about the 8:30 mark.

Ira Kaufman Talks Bucs Picks In Rounds 2 Through 7, Final Round 1 Debate, Wild Cards And More

30 Responses to “Ranking Mockers And Keon Coleman”

  1. Kalind Says:

    Agreeeeeee. Make that happen. He’s the most wildly underrated player in the draft now

  2. First Name Greatest Says:

    Need to come out of this draft with the following positions addressed

    Interior O Line CHECK
    Defensive Line

  3. AlabamaBucsFan Says:

    I seriously doubt Licht would draft Keon Coleman. Licht likes athletic freaks and Coleman ran a slow 4.61 40-yard at the combine. Not exactly fast for a WR.

  4. ocala Says:

    Keon Coleman speed at the combine:
    Despite a disheartening 40-yard dash timing of 4.61 seconds, Coleman was able to stun the spectators with his unparalleled acceleration in the gauntlet drill.

    He clocked a remarkable speed of 20.36 mph, outrunning even Nacua’s performance from the previous year.

    Among his competitors, Coleman stood out by registering the second-fastest speed in group drills.

    He delivered an astounding performance by peaking at 21.71 mph while running a go route.

  5. George R Says:

    A slow 40 time is the only reason why we will have a shot at Coleman.

  6. adam from ny Says:

    i watched a lot of this guys highlight reels and i wasn’t all that impressed…i liked troy franklin from oregon a lot more…

    but i get it you FSU homer guys want your dude in the building

  7. infomeplease Says:

    I like A WR in round 2, and a RB and (LB or CB) in the 3rd.

  8. ocala Says:

    I want the Bucs to pick the best players in the draft. I do not care what school they went to. Keon Coleman in the second round would be a very good pick in my opinion. However, I think the Bucs have more pressing needs at CB, Edge, backup RB and OG.

  9. adam from ny Says:

    geez didn’t tyler johnson run like a 4.60…

    it didn’t take very long to find out how slow he was, with lack of separation…we don’t need slow with our main guys already aging…

    did anyone notice how they just paired up mahommes with that speedster rookie receiver who ran the 4.21 at the combine…

    mahommes might just have his next tyreek hill

  10. larrd Says:

    The first three picks were pretty much a given. I’d say the first six should be pretty easy, but Jeremiah only nails six the whole first round. It’s not all that impressive. Outside the Falcons, where Raheem seems to be spreading his personal brand of befuddling chaos, it was a pretty predictable draft, IMO.

  11. Ugotrobbed Says:

    With those combine numbers, he’ll probably be gone by the time we pick.
    So maybe, edge or RB??

  12. adam from ny Says:

    i was thinking WR in round 2 as well…

    edge and ilb in 3rd

    maybe rb in 4th

    maybe cb in the 6th…

    we really can’t ignore the edge – gotta try to hit on somebody no matter what…gotta go for an edge guy in the 2nd or 3rd – it’s almost mandatory at this point…

    definitely liking barton in round 1

  13. ModHairKen Says:

    40 times are stupid measures of a WR worth. John Ross. Most recent example.

    Character. Work ethic. Willingness to block. Hands. Body control. Ability to cut. These are the traits.

  14. SB~LV Says:

    All those teams are at the top of the draft yesterday that took QB’s will be looking for WR’s today

  15. ModHairKen Says:

    WR is not a current need. Or is it? Best player available? Or best player at position of need?

    Fascinating stuff.

  16. adam from ny Says:


    the michael peen pick is really weird…i bet their brand new 180 million dollar quarterback didn’t sleep well last night after that move…

    i guess they’re thinking a long grooming session like love had in green bay…

    or maybe rah is trying to secure his job for a long time even if the team struggles…

    he can probably hang around for at least the first 2 years with moderate success…and switch gears to penix in year 3, while telling arthur blank “give me a couple years to hit stride with penix”

    thus giving himself 4 years tenure even without much winning…a potential rah strategy to stick around like 4-5 years even if the team isn’t doing too well (just a thought)

  17. Piccalo Says:

    There should be a good DB there when we pick we need to get one

  18. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I got what I really wanted in the first round…finally an all american center capable of going All Pro.

    So far as the rest…I would like to see edge, LB, CB, RB. That order would be nice. Close it up with a couple longshots at WR and whatever.

  19. Trask To The Future Says:


    Why trade Carlton Davis only to use valuable draft capital on another corner prospect you hope can come in and start? That seems dumb. Corner is one of the hardest positions to scout and draft.

    I bet they go OLB/Edge in the 2nd round. For the two picks in the 3rd, my guess is another pass rusher and RB. Look them for to draft a playmaker RB for the offense. Maybe even someone that can return kicks due to the new kickoff rules.


    The new Kickoff Rule is going to have a MAJOR IMPACT on the game and on average starting field position. Don’t be surprised if tonight we go after a player that can produce on Offense and on Returns.

  20. Conner50 Says:

    No to Coleman yes to Braswell

  21. firethecannons Says:

    Hard pass on Keon Coleman. Take Trey Benson and you win the draft.

  22. J.B. Says:

    Get a WR at pick two (Coleman would be great) and contact the Chargers and offer Godwin for Joey Boss or Mack, both proven pass rushers. They may not re-up or be able to afford Godwin after the Evans deal. Chargers do not have either of their starting WRs from last year.

  23. Buccaneer rick Says:

    Wr in 2nd go back to the d for both 3rd dl or lb 4th and beyond og cb and others we just signed 3 iol not including graham and one plays center so Hansey graham and brederson compete for center also Metz Opeta hansey and brederson can compete for guard to we get those guys later 4th and beyond we just stocked upon cbs to so why go in early rounds smh trenches and wr 2nd and 3dr

  24. George R Says:

    Atl can get out of Cousins contract after 2 yrs. All guarantee money is up after 2025. Atl can save 35 million cutting Cousins in 2026.

  25. Easy The Great Says:

    Id rather have Troy Franklin honestly

  26. David Says:

    Nailing 10 is pretty impressive

  27. Woodenman Says:

    Man why are all these people worried about why Atlanta drafted pennix or how that will effect cousins nobody cares it’s Atlanta.

  28. Tautology Says:

    I can be considered an FSU “homer”, following FSU for over 40 years now.

    That said, I have mixed feelings on Coleman. He is more quick than fast and his build is thin. He’s not going to win physical matchups against NFL CBs.

    I think he can excel in certain situations, but he’s not ever going to be a Top-20 WR in the NFL. Low ceiling in my opinion.

    I’d risk no more than a 4th round pick on him.

  29. stpetebucfan Says:

    Who here wished to win THIS year? What does Bell bring to the ’24 Bucs they don’t already have. He brings a POSSIBLE future replacement for CG14 or aging ME.

    That’s for 25 or even later. I want to win THIS year and Bell while a talented WR is not Marvin Harrison JR or any “generational” WR. He would have minimum impact on the ’24 team.

    D.R. has made an excellent point somewhere today. The Bucs NEED their first 3 picks to become solid starters quickly for this ’24 team. That’s not Bell.

  30. Bucs Guy Says:

    So Joe doesn’t have a stroke, go Edge (Braswell, Isaac or Trice) in the 2nd round. Kneeland = JTS. If none of them are there, go WR with one of the UW WRs.