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Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup, 1.0

NFL Draft analysts weigh in on the Buccaneers' No. 19 pick.


NFL's Daniel Jeremiah ranked his top 50 NFL Draft prospects.

]( do you think the Buccaneers should select? Vote **HERE**.[
]( Jeremiah (January 18): DE Charles Harris, Missouri
Chad Reuter (January 22): WR John Ross, Washington

CBS Sports
WR John Ross, Washington
Updated: January 19
"Mike Evans is the top target of Jameis Winston, but he needs help. Ross is dwarfed by Evans in size, but his explosive athleticism and savvy route-running will only improve the Tampa offensive attack."

ESPN: Mel Kiper (January 19)
DE Taco Charlton, Michigan
"Charlton plays with good leverage for his height (6-5) and has active hands and an incredible wingspan. I'm curious what he'll measure at the combine. He can play on his feet, too, which means he could fit in a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme. The Bucs took Noah Spence in the second round last year, and he improved in their 4-3 as the season progressed (5.5 sacks). Charlton would be a great pick."

USA Today: Luke Easterling (January 16)
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
"I won't be surprised if the Bucs go defense here based on value, but if Davis is on the board, it should be a no-brainer. Jameis Winston needs more weapons, and Davis would make a dangerous team with Mike Evans."

Bleacher Report: Brent Sobleski (January 18) OT Garett Bolles, UtahUtah's Garett Bolles is an older prospect; he'll turn 25 before he takes his first meaningful NFL snap. However, he's also a ready-made left tackle, and the league's offensive line coaches will be excited to get their hands on the first-team All-Pac 12 performer. Bolles is a former elite recruit who took a circuitous route to Utah. In his one season with the Utes, the left tackle graded among the nation's best blockers, according to PFF.

Pewter Report
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
"Scott Reynolds took on the task of building the first mock Bucs mock draft of the season earlier this month, and has the Bucs selecting a speedy receiver to compliment Mike Evans."

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