Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft and actually drafted very well and showed a lot of variety with their picks.
The Bucs are quite simply in win-now mode and their draft results show that as well. The Bucs added three defensive players and four offensive players to their roster during the draft, and they all look like they could make an immediate impact.
The Bucs added Iowa tackle Tristan Wirfs in the first round to help keep Tom Brady upright. The Bucs also added two running backs and a wide receiver to their roster as well.
The additions of running backs Ke’Shawn Vaughn and Raymond Calias will give the Bucs an opportunity to have a bit of a backfield battle as running back was one of their biggest needs. They also added another terrific receiver to their talented corps in Minnesota alum Tyler Johnson.
The Bucs also added some good talent to their defense. They drafted safety Antoine Winfield in the second round and he will look to compete for the starting job at safety. They also added some good depth with defensive tackle Khalil Davis and linebacker Chapelle Russell.
Overall the Bucs had a very good draft and will be the biggest competition for the New Orleans Saints in 2020 and beyond.