|Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Total Net Yards||326|
|Time of Possession||30:38|
|Total Net Yards||424|
|Time of Possession||29:22|
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Caleb Benenoch with the No. 148 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Bucs capped a productive 2016 draft weekend with the sixth-round picks of Oklahoma LB Devante Bond and Northwestern FB Dan Vitale, two players with a good shot to make an impact as rookies.
UCLA OL Caleb Benenoch, Tampa Bay's fifth-round pick in the 2016 draft, originally picked up football after emigrating from Nigeria, when his mother mistook the sport's name to mean soccer.
Fourth-round draft pick Ryan Smith, a cornerback out of North Carolina Central, says he can make an immediate impact with the Bucs, including his work on special teams.
The Bucs used their earliest draft pick ever on a kicker Friday in taking FSU's Roberto Aguayo, and in the process got what they believed to be a difference-maker and a unique talent.
Tampa Bay continued to hit its most pressing needs in the early rounds of the 2016 draft, using the 39th overall selection on Eastern Kentucky's Noah Spence, a promising edge rusher.
Tampa Bay's first-round pick out of the University of Florida will wear jersey #28 in the NFL, a number most prominently worn in franchise history by another first-round pick, RB Warrick Dunn.