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Alstott to Announce Bucs 2nd-Round Pick

The former fullback will announce who the Buccaneers select with pick No. 34 in the NFL Draft.

A look at fullback Mike Alstott's career.

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For the fifth year in a row, retired NFL players will announce their former team's second-round draft pick. For the Buccaneers, that player will be former fullback, Mike Alstott.

Alstott will make the announcement on Friday, May 1 beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago.

Alstott played his entire career in Tampa, from 1996 to 2006, and was named to the Pro Bowl six times. He ran for 5,088 yards and 58 touchdowns in his 11-year career.

Last year, Hall of Famer Derrick Brooks announced the Bucs' second-round pick, which was used on tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. In 2012, Super Bowl XXXVII MVP Dexter Jackson announced the Bucs' selection of linebacker Lavonte David.

The 2015 NFL Draft is set to feature more former players than any draft in league history. Fifty-one former NFL greats are schedule to participate in events in Chicago, starting on April 29th and continuing through May 2nd.

Also announcing draft selections will be:

Adrian Wilson for the Cardinals Todd McClure for the Falcons Duane Starks for the Ravens Jim Kelly for the Bills Pat Terrell for the Panthers Dick Butkus for the Bears Ickey Woods for the Bengals Hanford Dixon for the Browns Darren Woodson for the Cowboys Rick Upchurch for the Broncos Chris Spielman for the Lions Donald Driver for the Packers Eric Brown for the Texans Bill Brooks for the Colts Greg Jones for the Jaguars Gary Green for the Chiefs Dwight Stephenson for the Dolphins EJ Henderson for the Vikings Ty Law for the Patriots Jon Stinchcomb for the Saints Shaun Williams for the Giants Emerson Boozer for the Jets Willie Brown for the Raiders Jon Runyan for the Eagles Mel Blount for the Steelers Pisa Tinoisamoa for the Rams Anthony Miller for the Chargers Kenny Easley for the Seahawks Charles Haley for the 49ers Michael Roos for the Titans Brig Owens for the Redskins
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