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2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#1 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:10 am

The Bucs have traded down from 9 to 11, with the Bears. Also get the Bears 4th round pick.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#2 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:31 am

Bucs take Hargraves at 11, could have taken him at 9, but move down still get him and add a mid round pick.


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Post#3 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:48 am

Also look for the Bucs to move QB Mike Glennon sometime during the draft.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#4 » by chosen12141 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:56 am

Nemesis21 wrote:Also look for the Bucs to move QB Mike Glennon sometime during the draft.



I don't understand the need to move Glennon....... Jamiss goes down, who would be better to step in besides Glennon? :cry: :cry: :cry:
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#5 » by MMFla » Fri Apr 29, 2016 2:34 am

Nice I really liked Hargreaves he is in a position of need for us, add to that we got another 4th rounder very nice 1st day of the draft.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#6 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 8:53 pm

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Nemesis21 wrote:Also look for the Bucs to move QB Mike Glennon sometime during the draft.



I don't understand the need to move Glennon....... Jamiss goes down, who would be better to step in besides Glennon? :cry: :cry: :cry:


The Bucs don't want to trade Glennon, I don't want to trade Glennon. But his value will not be as high as it is right now. Winston is locked in a starter and Licht & Kotter are confident in 3rd QB Ryan Griffin, who they picked up before last season. Griffin now has a yr of Kotters's system under his belt. 6'5 218 out of Tulane, has a good arm.
If Licht can get a 2nd or 3rd rd pick from the Jets, Browns, 49ers or Bills for Glennon you do it.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#7 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:16 pm

Browns take the DE I wanted in rd 2, Ogbah with the first pick in rd 2.


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Post#8 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:22 pm

Titans take Kevin Dodd with the next pick. DEs coming off the board quick. Hoping for Spence or Nassib.
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Post#9 » by Nemesis21 » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:48 pm

Bucs take DE Noah Spence at 39
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Post#10 » by chosen12141 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:10 am

Nemesis21 wrote:
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Nemesis21 wrote:Also look for the Bucs to move QB Mike Glennon sometime during the draft.



I don't understand the need to move Glennon....... Jamiss goes down, who would be better to step in besides Glennon? :cry: :cry: :cry:


The Bucs don't want to trade Glennon, I don't want to trade Glennon. But his value will not be as high as it is right now. Winston is locked in a starter and Licht & Kotter are confident in 3rd QB Ryan Griffin, who they picked up before last season. Griffin now has a yr of Kotters's system under his belt. 6'5 218 out of Tulane, has a good arm.
If Licht can get a 2nd or 3rd rd pick from the Jets, Browns, 49ers or Bills for Glennon you do it.



Makes a ton of sense from the value prospective, but I still feel like it would be problematic for us if Jamis sustained serious injury.

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Post#11 » by chosen12141 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:11 am

Nemesis21 wrote:
chosen12141 wrote:
Nemesis21 wrote:Also look for the Bucs to move QB Mike Glennon sometime during the draft.



I don't understand the need to move Glennon....... Jamiss goes down, who would be better to step in besides Glennon? :cry: :cry: :cry:


The Bucs don't want to trade Glennon, I don't want to trade Glennon. But his value will not be as high as it is right now. Winston is locked in a starter and Licht & Kotter are confident in 3rd QB Ryan Griffin, who they picked up before last season. Griffin now has a yr of Kotters's system under his belt. 6'5 218 out of Tulane, has a good arm.
If Licht can get a 2nd or 3rd rd pick from the Jets, Browns, 49ers or Bills for Glennon you do it.



Makes a ton of sense from the value prospective, but I still feel like it would be problematic for us if Jamis sustained serious injury.

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Post#12 » by denterprise » Sat Apr 30, 2016 2:11 am

The Bucs made kicker Roberto Aguayo the highest drafted kicker in a decade. I did not see that coming at all.
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Post#13 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 7:17 am

denterprise wrote:The Bucs made kicker Roberto Aguayo the highest drafted kicker in a decade. I did not see that coming at all.


Neither did I. Bucs have Connor Barth on the roster, who in his Bucs career has made 86 % of his FGs. Barth is 30, and barring injury kickers and punters usually play into their 40s. I don't hate the pick, but it wasn't necessary. Aguayo is a weapon though, the most accurate kicker in NCAA history. Never missed a PAT and never missed a FG 40 yds or shorter. He is also a weapon on kick offs.


Personally if moving up into the bottom of round 2, I would have taken S Jeremy Cash or DT Andrew Billings.
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Post#14 » by denterprise » Sat Apr 30, 2016 11:46 am

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denterprise wrote:The Bucs made kicker Roberto Aguayo the highest drafted kicker in a decade. I did not see that coming at all.


Neither did I. Bucs have Connor Barth on the roster, who in his Bucs career has made 86 % of his FGs. Barth is 30, and barring injury kickers and punters usually play into their 40s. I don't hate the pick, but it wasn't necessary. Aguayo is a weapon though, the most accurate kicker in NCAA history. Never missed a PAT and never missed a FG 40 yds or shorter. He is also a weapon on kick offs.


Personally if moving up into the bottom of round 2, I would have taken S Jeremy Cash or DT Andrew Billings.


I don't hate the pick either but the defense is a weak area and likely to give up more points than a kicker can produce for us. With Barth producing at a 86% that was the last area I though we would use a second round pick on.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#15 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:41 pm

denterprise wrote:
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denterprise wrote:The Bucs made kicker Roberto Aguayo the highest drafted kicker in a decade. I did not see that coming at all.


Neither did I. Bucs have Connor Barth on the roster, who in his Bucs career has made 86 % of his FGs. Barth is 30, and barring injury kickers and punters usually play into their 40s. I don't hate the pick, but it wasn't necessary. Aguayo is a weapon though, the most accurate kicker in NCAA history. Never missed a PAT and never missed a FG 40 yds or shorter. He is also a weapon on kick offs.


Personally if moving up into the bottom of round 2, I would have taken S Jeremy Cash or DT Andrew Billings.


I don't hate the pick either but the defense is a weak area and likely to give up more points than a kicker can produce for us. With Barth producing at a 86% that was the last area I though we would use a second round pick on.


Essentally it's our 3rd round pick. The pick was the 4th to last one in round 2. Bucs traded their 3rd rd pick and the 4th rd pick they got from the Bears in rd 1 to move down, to get Aguayo.
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Post#16 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:44 pm

The Bucs draft CB Ryan Smith North Carolina Central. Don't know anything about him, I would have liked S Jeremy Cash or DT Andrew Billings.
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Post#17 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:54 pm

Kiper and McShay like this pick for the Bucs, they had Smith graded as a 3rd rd pick. 6'0" 190, speedy CB ran a 4.45 40 and the Combine. Watching his highlights they said he's a physical CB with return abilities on Special Teams, he averaged 28 yards per kickoff return in his career at North Carolina Central.

Sounds like a CB who good be a good backup/provide depth and be a threat on returns on Special Teams.
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Post#18 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 6:24 pm

In the 5th round the Bucs draft OT Caleb Benenoch UCLA
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Post#19 » by Nemesis21 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 11:48 pm

In the 6th round the Bucs took OLB Devante Bond Oklahoma and got the best FB in the draft Dan Vitale Northwestern. Vitale is a really good pick reminds me of Alstott/Cooley type HB/FB. They called his position at Northwestern, super back. He can block, run and catch. He has great hands, good at catching the ball out of the backfield and in the flat.
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Re: 2016 Tampa Bay Bucs draft thread.... 

Post#20 » by denterprise » Sun May 1, 2016 1:13 am

Nemesis21 wrote:In the 6th round the Bucs took OLB Devante Bond Oklahoma and got the best FB in the draft Dan Vitale Northwestern. Vitale is a really good pick reminds me of Alstott/Cooley type HB/FB. They called his position at Northwestern, super back. He can block, run and catch. He has great hands, good at catching the ball out of the backfield and in the flat.


Vitale is an excellent pick for the 6th round.
He's proven as a pass catcher to the point that he could probably log some snaps at tight end..
This could make him very valuable so he has an excellent chance of sticking with the team.

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