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Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup, 10.0

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

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NFL.com
](http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/mock-drafts)Daniel Jeremiah (March 13): CB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado
Chad Reuter (March 15): RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
Charley Casserly (March 7): RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford
Lance Zierlein (March 27: DE Taco Charlton, Michigan
Bucky Brooks (March 20): LB Jarrad Davis, Florida

CBS Sports
Rob Rang (March 27): TE David Njoku, Miami
Dane Brugler (March 27): RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
Pete Prisco (March 16): S Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut
Will Brinson (March 23): RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
Jared Dubin (March 24): S Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut
Ryan Wilson (March 22): RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State

ESPN: Mel Kiper (March 22)
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
"This pick stays the same as Mock Draft 2.0 -- it makes too much sense. Vincent Jackson is (a free agent), and free-agent signing DeSean Jackson will fill his spot opposite Mike Evans. Davis, who had 331 catches for 5,278 yards and 52 touchdowns in his collegiate career, would give Jameis Winston another fantastic option, but he's a different type of player from both Jackson and Evans. The only issue with Davis (6-3, 209) is an ankle injury that kept him out of the combine, and he might not run a 40 before the draft, so scouts won't have a true number. I don't expect him to drop out of the first round, though."

ESPN: Todd McShay (February 8)
TE O.J. Howard, Alabama
The Buccaneers have bigger needs than tight end -- defensive line, safety and wide receiver among them -- but Howard, my No. 12 overall player, is the best value on the board. He was the best player on the field all week at the Senior Bowl, showing great athleticism for a guy who measured just over 6-foot-5½ and 249 pounds.

USA Today: Luke Easterling (March 16)
WR John Ross, Washington
"DeSean Jackson is 30, so why don't grab a younger version to eventually replace him? I'm sure Jameis Winston wouldn't mind teaming up these two speedsters with Mike Evans."[

](http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2688988-2017-nfl-mock-draft-post-pro-bowl-projections-for-1st-round-prospects)Bleacher Report
Gary Davenport (March 27): S Jabrill Peppers, Michigan

Pewter Report (March 11)
TE David Njoku, Miami
"I do think that a wide receiver is still in play here at No. 19 depending on how the board falls, but if the draft plays out like this, adding a dynamic pass catcher from a different position would be the way to go. To say that Njoku is an athlete for his size wouldn't be doing him justice. He's one of the youngest players in the entire draft and would be a mismatch nightmare with Cam Brate in an offense that also features DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans."

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