BR’s 7-Round Buccaneers Mock Draft 2.0

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers look to address several needs in this mock draft. The Bucs manage to add a potential starter at corner, a punishing EDGE rusher, while adding depth to the tight end, defensive and offensive lines.

Round 1, Pick 27
Kaiir Elam, CB, Univ. of FL
HT: 6’2 WT: 196 lbs

Kaiir Elam has the desired length and strength required to play defensive back at this level. His size lows him to play physical at the line stuffing receivers regularly. Doesn’t tend to bite on double moves or fakes, great footwork and range. Has the ability and inclination to contest catches, which typically go in his favor. Elam would compete for a starting position from day one.

Round 2, Pick 60
Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, So. Carolina
HT: 6’4 WT: 260 lbs

Kingsley Enagbare has good length and upper body strength. He has heavy hands with great knock-back power. Excellent tackler that does so in punishing fashion. Has potential to play five-technique, but needs to bulk up and work on his get-off.

Round 3, Pick 91
Dameon Pierce, HB, Univ. of FL
HT: 5’10 WT: 215 lbs

Dameon Pierce is an explosive back that breaks tackles regularly. His great balance through contact and his quick twitch downfield makes for big play potential. This balance allows for running between the tackles, his burst gives him the option to bounce outside at any time.

Round 4, Pick 133
Grant Calcaterra, TE, SMU
HT: 6’5 WT: 247 lbs

Grant Calcaterra is an athletic tight end with great ball skills. He possesses a great football IQ. He does need to work on his blocking if he’s to succeed at this level. His ability to create mismatches is good if not great.

Round 7, Pick 248
Doug Kramer, OL, Illinois
HT: 6’2 WT: 305 lbs

Doug Kramer is an experienced lineman who can play guard or center with toughness. Kramer has a nasty streak that finishes his blocks. His ability to play all three interior positions is something the Buccaneers covet.

Round 7, Pick 261
Jordan Jackson, DL, Air Force
HT: 6’5 WT: 285 lbs

Jordan Jackson is a high-motor defensive lineman that can play defensive end and tackle. His quickness and active hands help him with interior rushing. Jackson is best at getting to the pocket and chasing the play down the line.

This mock was done using PFF’s Mock Draft Simulator.

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