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2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition

2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mock Draft: Post-Free Agency Edition
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made a huge splash in free agency and have been signing players left and right. There is a little less than two months before the NFL Draft begins on May 8 so a lot can still happen, but here is the latest mock draft for the Buccaneers based on their moves so far in free agency and what I expect them to do in the next few weeks.

Round 1: Khalil Mack: OLB – Buffalo

Khali Mack: OLB – Buffalo
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Round 1: Khalil Mack: OLB – Buffalo

Khali Mack: OLB – Buffalo
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Mack will be the best player on the board, and Lovie Smith will be able to do wonders with this kid. While he doesn’t have great speed, his instincts and ability to close in on the play makes up for it.

Round 2: Bradley Roby: CB - Ohio State

Bradley Roby: CB - Ohio State
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Round 2: Bradley Roby: CB - Ohio State

Bradley Roby: CB - Ohio State
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Bradley Roby has been climbing up the draft boards but may make it to Round 2. He has amazing speed and jumping ability. He is an inconsistent tackler, but that can be fixed.

Round 4: Donte Moncrief: WR - Ole Miss

Donte Moncrief: WR - Ole Miss
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Round 4: Donte Moncrief: WR - Ole Miss

Donte Moncrief: WR - Ole Miss

The Buccaneers don’t have a pick in the third round. Moncrief is a physical freak of nature and has breakaway speed. He would be a good fit on the opposite side of the field from Vincent Jackson.

Round 5: Chris Watt: OG – Notre Dame

Chris Watt: OG – Notre Dame
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Round 5: Chris Watt: OG – Notre Dame

Chris Watt: OG – Notre Dame
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Chris Watt is an athletic guard and is very good in the running game. His pass protection lacks a bit, but it can be coached up. Watt will provide good depth and can hopefully turn into a starter one day.

Round 7: Deandre Coleman: DT - California

Deandre Coleman: DT - California
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Round 7: Deandre Coleman: DT - California

Deandre Coleman: DT - California
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The Buccaneers don’t have a pick in the sixth round. Deandre Coleman is a great developmental project for Lovie Smith. He is a violent pass rusher and can clog up the middle lanes.