We have entered the final stretch of draft season. Here is one of the last Bucs-only mock drafts we'll do this year.
1st Round - Jameis Winston - QB - FSU
The Commish's Take: Winston will workout for the Jets and Rams, but won't get past the Bucs. He recently attended Mike Alstott's charity even with current and former Bucs players in attendance.
2nd Round - T.J. Clemmings - OT - Pitt
The Commish's Take: Clemmings is raw, but his upside and potential are outstanding. He has very limited playing time at tackle, which is why he could slip to the 2nd round.
3rd Round - Rashad Greene - WR - FSU
The Commish's Take: If the Bucs are going to draft Jameis Winston, I would try and make him as comfortable as possible. That should be the way it is with any rookie quarterback forced to play immediately. Rashad Greene was Winston's top target, who maybe Winston forced the ball to a little too often in 2014. Don't worry, with Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson on the outside, Winston won't have just his slot receiver in Greene that he can be confident in.
The Commish's Take: I really like this as a target area for Chickillo. He's from the Tampa Bay area and possesses all of the physical traits I want in my defensive end. I think Chickillo could end up as a better pass rusher in the NFL than he was in college if allowed to just attack the quarterback.
The Commish's Take: I'm going with a name that Charles Davis of the NFL Network jammed in my head. Glowinski is a hard-nosed and tough guard. As a 5th round pick, I'd feel confident Glowinski could step in and compete immediately for a starting position. He's a good fit in Dirk Koetter's offense.
5th Round - Karlos Williams - RB - FSU
The Commish's Take: If the Bucs are looking for a bigger back to potentially carry the load, waiting in this draft might pay off. Williams is a big back with surprising talent.
The Commish's Take: Chaz Green's stock continues to appear on the rise as more and more media members find out about him. I've personally known Chaz for a long time. He is an excellent young man with great character. He did have some injury issues at Florida, which is why he'll drop. I love Green for depth at both guard and tackle. I also think he could develop into a starter. Great value in the 6th round.
7th Round - Kyle Loomis - P - Portland State
The Commish's Take: Loomis is the big leg in this draft. The ball just explodes off of his foot. The issue with Loomis is that he'll be 28 years old in the fall after spending time right after high school in the military. He is also more of a power punter than accurate. I'm not sure about you, but I'd love to see a punter with distance than another Koenen flutterer.Subscribe to The Commish Online Podcast on iTunes!
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