Recapping The Buccaneers 2021 Mock Drafts Version 4


Because the Tremendous Bowl LV championship continues to be contemporary within the minds of Bucs gamers and their followers, the eye is beginning to gravitate in direction of the 2021 NFL Draft. NFL consultants and pundits are publishing mock drafts regularly and making their picks for the Bucs.

Every week till the 2021 NFL Draft in April, PewterReport.com will scour the web to search out the listing of gamers which might be projected to Tampa Bay and put out the listing with the hyperlinks. The Bucs can have the thirty second total decide, and right here’s who these across the media have the defending Tremendous Bowl champs choosing of their mock drafts.

New Mock Drafts This Week

Scott Reynolds – PewterReport.com

Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide (From Jets): North Carolina RB Javonte Williams 
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: Alabama C Landon Dickerson 
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide (From Jets): North Carolina State DT Alim McNeil 
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide (From Jets): North Carolina ILB Chazz Surratt
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Northern Iowa DE Elerson Smith 
Bucs’ Fifth Spherical Decide: East Carolina OT D’Ante Smith 
“Tampa Bay drafts Williams to workforce with – and ultimately substitute – Ronald Jones II within the Bucs’ backfield. Williams rushed for two,297 yards and 29 touchdowns, whereas averaging 6.3 yards per carry, together with 1,140 yards and 19 TDs throughout his junior marketing campaign. Williams is a good cross protector and a very good receiver out of the backfield, catching 50 passes for 539 yards (10.8 avg.) and three scores in three years for the Tar Heels. Williams has unimaginable energy and call stability, which permits him to interrupt tackles, and the agility to slide tackles on the NFL degree.” – Scott Reynolds

Mark Prepare dinner – PewterReport.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama RB Najee Harris
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: Washington OLB Joe Tryon
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Alabama ILB Dylan Moses
Bucs’ Fourth Spherical Decide: Ohio State C Josh Myers
Bucs’ Fifth Spherical Decide: Florida State OLB Janarius Robinson
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: Florida CB Marco Wilson
“Harris may very nicely be off the board by the point the Bucs draft, and whereas I usually wouldn’t take a working again within the first spherical, at No. 32 and with the Buccaneers not needing an influence starter essentially, Harris can be an ideal match and choice for Tampa Bay. Harris runs with energy however could make guys miss regardless of a 230-pound body. Add in his capability to catch the ball and his Tuscaloosa pedigree, and Harris will probably be NFL-ready the day he arrives in Tampa Bay. With 1,466 yards on the bottom plus one other 425 as a receiver and 30 whole touchdowns in 2020, Harris is a no brainer if he’s nonetheless on the board and makes the Bucs offense much more harmful.” – Mark Prepare dinner

Jon Ledyard – PewterReport.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Miami OLB Jaelan Phillips
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide (From Cowboys): North Carolina RB Michael Carter
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Wisconsin-Whitewater C-G Quinn Meinerz
Bucs’ Fourth Spherical Decide (From Cowboys): East Carolina OT D’Ante Smith
Bucs’ Fourth Spherical Decide : USC DT Marlon Tuipolotu
Bucs’ Fifth Spherical Decide: West Virginia DT Darius Stills
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: BYU WR Dax Milne
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: Florida State OLB Janarius Robinson
“One of the best cross rusher within the 2021 draft shouldn’t nonetheless be on the board when the Bucs decide within the first spherical, proper? Properly, previous off-the-field questions with Phillips from his time at UCLA, in addition to a stint away from the sport and a historical past of concussions may scare groups off. However for my cash, Phillips’ expertise is definitely worth the threat, particularly given how he appears to have matured at Miami and the dedication it has taken him to get again in soccer form after a 12 months off. Phillips has all of the instruments and traits to turn into a future star, and he’s heading to the right locker room to assist get him there.”

Matt Matera – PewterReport.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama DT Christian Barmore
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: Miami Edge Quincy Roche
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: North Carolina RB Michael Carter
Bucs’ Fourth Spherical Decide: Purdue ILB Derrick Barnes
Bucs’ Fifth Spherical Decide: Grambling State G-C David Moore
Bucs’ Sixth Spherical Decide: Baylor OLB William Bradley-King
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: South Alabama ILB Riley Cole
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: Florida WR Trevon Grimes

Alabama DT Christian Barmore – Photograph by: USA At this time

“An enormous man and eats up double workforce blockers regularly, Barmore is a strong defensive lineman that may win with the bull rush but additionally has fast fingers to make the preliminary push. He’ll must develop some extra cross dashing strikes, however with Tampa Bay’s teaching employees, he’s in a great place. What’s nice is that Barmore performed his finest soccer within the large moments, dominating within the school soccer playoff and championship video games. He’s the eventual successor to Suh, and he’ll have an ideal mentor coming into the league.” – Matt Matera

Taylor Jenkins – PewterReport.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama RB Najee Harris
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: Oklahoma OLB Ronnie Perkins
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Texas A&M Bobby Brown III
Bucs’ Fourth Spherical Decide: East Carolina OT D’Ante Smith
Bucs’ Fifth Spherical Decide: TCU ILB Garrett Wallow
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: Houston WR Marquez Stevenson
Bucs’ Seventh Spherical Decide: Indiana S
“Many individuals anticipated the Bucs to draft a working again excessive in final 12 months’s draft, with Jonathan Taylor on their radar. However Tampa Bay in the end landed offensive sort out Tristan Wirfs within the first spherical and security Antoine Winfield Jr. within the second spherical – each instantly changing into full-time starters. This 12 months, the Bucs have far much less wants on the roster and can forego buying and selling out of the primary to land Harris, who leaves Alabama as some of the full backs within the draft. He’s able to working between the tackles, outdoors of the tackles and is a pure pass-catcher out of the backfield. Harris’ manufacturing matches his expertise as he racked up 1,466 dashing yards and an insane 30 whole touchdowns over 13 video games in 2020. And the most effective factor for Harris is that he received’t have an excessive amount of on his plate as he enters the NFL. Ronald Jones II continues to be a succesful starter, who can deal with a majority of the workload on early downs. James White is a seasoned third-down again who can deal with many of the passing downs, permitting Harris to slowly and comfortably ease his method into extra snaps because the season wears on. A game-changing again is a necessity the Bucs have had for some time now, they usually lastly fill that want with Harris.” – Taylor Jenkins

Rob Rang – FoxSports.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Miami Edge Jaelan Phillips 
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: Clemson WR Amari Rodgers
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Stanford QB Davis Mills
“With Jason Pierre-Paul growing old, the Bucs will probably be searching for a lift alongside the defensive position. Phillips struggled with sturdiness throughout his time at Miami(and UCLA) however gives the mix of size, get-off velocity and adaptability to warrant a big gamble by the defending champs.” – Rob Rang

Eddie Brown – SanDiegoUnionTribune.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama DT Christian Barmore 
Bucs’ Second Spherical Decide: North Carolina LB Chazz Surratt 
Bucs’ Third Spherical Decide: Memphis RB Kenneth Gainwell 
“Ndamukong Suh, Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Steve McLendon will all be free brokers. Most analysts thought-about Barmore a possible first-rounder on upside alone. He gave everybody a glimpse of that top ceiling by dominating Notre Dame and Ohio State — two of the most effective offensive strains within the nation — within the School Soccer Playoffs. He would create a dominant duo for the champs within the center with Vita Vea.” – Eddie Brown

Matt Williamson – ProFootballNetwork.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama DT Christian Barmore
“The Tremendous Bowl champs have a number of high-priced free brokers able to hit the market. A kind of is Ndamukong Suh. Who’s to say which of Tampa’s free brokers truly return? But, including the most effective defensive sort out within the draft in Christian Barmore into the equation to conclude the primary spherical is tough to cross up.” – Matt Williamson

Chris Trapasso – CBSSports.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Washington DL Levi Onwuzurike

Washington DT Levi Onwuzurike
Washington DT Levi Onwuzurike – Photograph by: USA At this time

“Everybody got here again for an additional run in Tampa, and Onwuzurike would make that defensive entrance much more ferocious.” – Chris Trapasso.

Ryan Wilson – CBSSports.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Clemson RB Travis Etienne
“The Bucs have some issues to type out in free company, together with what to do with Playoff Lenny Fournette. A defensive sort out or an edge rusher is smart right here, however Travis Etienne is coming off back-to-back robust seasons, a lights-out professional day, has elite contact stability and is a pass-catching risk popping out of the backfield.” – Ryan Wilson

Chris Burke – TheAthletic.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: RB Travis Etienne
“Whether or not Etienne, Najee Harris or each get the nod, it’s exhausting to think about a working again class this proficient being shut out of Spherical 1. This decide would observe swimsuit from 2020, when the defending champion Chiefs took Clyde Edwards-Helaire to shut out the primary.

“Greg Auman calls working again one of many Bucs’ top-three points proper now, as Leonard Fournette heads to free company and Ronald Jones nears a contract 12 months. Etienne, a 215-pounder who nonetheless has breakaway velocity, would flip that place right into a power once more.” – Chris Burke

Joe Marino – TheDraftNetwork.com

Bucs’ First Spherical Decide: Alabama DT Christian Barmore
Barmore lacks consistency on tape, however his high-level flashes are elite. If there’s a workforce that I belief to maximise Barmore’s potential and assist him discover consistency, it’s Tampa Bay, who has a necessity on the defensive position. Barmore can play a number of positions up entrance and his mix of athleticism and adaptability permits him to make dynamic performs behind the road of scrimmage.

 



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