Not Just Gerald McCoy: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Best Draft Class Ever?

May 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let’s go beyond the first-round pick of Gerald McCoy; a pick that may go overlooked because it was a no-brainer and everyone expected it. As I looked at some of the bigger names who were drafted on April 23-24, 2010, outside of the first round, many of those players may not start for their teams. 
Then, I turned my attention to the draft of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Barring a total catastrophic training camp, Tampa Bay could start at least five rookies, including the punter, Brent Bowden.
The Buccaneers may start two rookie defensive tackles in Gerald McCoy and Brian Price. There is a good possibility that receiver Arrelious Benn, a second-round draft pick, and Mike Williams, a fourth-round pick, will start on offense. 
Cornerback Myron Lewis, a third round selection out of Vanderbilt, may not start but will see a considerable amount of time at the nickel back position, which will make it six players out of nine drafted who will suit up and have considera...

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