2010 NFL Mock Draft: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Round-By-Round Possiblities

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in year two of their rebuilding process and they are sitting pretty at the top of the first round, but if they do not choose wisely they will get burnt and take a step back in the process.
In 2009, the Bucs found their franchise quarterback in Josh Freeman, but there are still plenty of roster holes that still need to be filled and the draft will help with that.
For the following first four rounds, there are the Bucs' best, worst, and most likely scenarios for each draft pick.
1st Round, No. 3
Best Case - Ndamukong Suh, DL, Nebraska
If Suh is sitting on the draft board when the Bucs pick at number three, there is no reason to pass on him because he is the top ranking player in the entire draft class.
Worst Case - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Yes, Berry is a tremendous athlete and he would indeed help improve the Bucs' secondary immediately, but taking a safety this high is not a good move especially with the amount...

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