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Ranking the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2014 Draft Picks From Worst to First

Ranking the Buccaneers' 2014 Draft Picks From Worst to First

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers headed into the NFL Draft with some serious holes to fill on the offensive side of the ball. With six picks, they looked to take some pressure off of star wideout Vincent Jackson and add some help for quarterbacks Josh McCown and Mike Glennon.

Here's a look at the Bucs' 2014 draft class, ranking them from worst to first.

6. Kareem Edwards, G

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6. Kareem Edwards, G

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Kareem Edwards was taken in the fifth round out of Tennessee State. The athletic Edwards adds much-needed depth for the Bucs on the line. He showed some ability at the Senior Bowl but struggled a bit against better competition.

5. Chris Sims, RB

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5. Chris Sims, RB

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Chris Sims was taken in the third round out of West Virginia. Sims looks to take some hits off feature back Doug Martin as a third-down back. He has impressive receiving skills but lacks blocking which could pose a problem if you want to be on the field in passing situations.

4. Kevin Pamphile, OL

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4. Kevin Pamphile, OL

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Pamphile was taken in the fifth round out of Purdue. The versatile lineman can play both tackle and guard, and he will add depth at a much-needed position for the Buccaneers.

3. Robert Herron, WR

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3. Robert Herron, WR

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Herron could fit perfectly in the role of slot receiver. The speedster should take full advantage of opposing teams trying to match up against Jackson, Evans and Seferian-Jenkins.

2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE

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2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE

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Seferian-Jenkins was taken in round two out of Washington. His size and strength make him an effective blocker while his receiving ability and terrific skills for a big man make him a dual threat.

1. Mike Evans, WR

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1. Mike Evans, WR

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Mike Evans was taken in the first round of the draft out of Texas A&M. In desperate need to get Vincent Jackson some help, the Buccaneers snatched Evans with the seventh overall pick. He adds size, terrific hands and has the ability to leap out of stadiums. The receiver will make an instant impact for Tampa Bay.

Bonder Carthen is a Cleveland Browns writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @BonderIII, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.