The 2016 NFL Draft officially ended of Saturday afternoon but the Buccaneers didn’t just turn out the lights and go home. For a number of hours into the night the recruiting of undrafted free agents took place, and will continue right up until the Bucs take the field this Friday for their rookie mini-camp.
Per Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, here are the list of players the Bucs have agreed to terms with. Of course this is subject to change until the team puts out the official list, most likely on Monday.
Peyton Barber, RB, Auburn
Tim Brown, TE, West Chester
Kivon Cartwright, TE, Colorado State
Tyson Coleman, OLB, Oregon
Alan Cross, FB/TE, Memphis
Taylor Fallin, OT, Memphis
Russell Hansbrough, RB, Missouri
Traveon Henry, S, Northwestern
Isaiah Johnson, S, South Carolina
Anthony Kelly, WR, Kutztown
DaVonte Lambert, DE, Auburn
Cassanova McKinzy, LB, Auburn
Jontavius Morris, DL, UAB/WKU
Roman Namdar, WR, Mount Union
Luke Rhodes, LB, William & Mary
Dominique Robertson, OL, West Georgia
Elijah Shumate, S, Notre Dame
Dez Stewart, WR, Ohio Dominican
Channing Ward, DL, Ole Miss
Leonard Wester, OL, Missouri Western
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A few good ones on there.
If McCoy goes down with an injury in training camp, this team is in trouble. I hope they can create pressure with the 26 DE’s and cover with the 13 CB’s on the team.
Probably safe to assume we’re all disappointed they didn’t come out of this with a a solid DT prospect. Keep in mind that a draft deep in the position means there will be more good ones than usual cut loose, including established vets.
Gholston and Ayers can play inside. I’m sure they’ll have a plan.
You can’t always have what cha want, but if you try sometimes………..
you get what you………have rated as the rated as the best player available.
hmm my draft guide missed most of these guys. No top 50 un-drafted free agents here.
i”m surprised that Fallin, McKinzy, and Schumate were not on your list. I really like all 3 of these guys and hope they compete well. Not sure if he is still out there, but we should go get Jeremy Cash if he is still available. Not sure why he went undrafted, unless he is hurt or something. The more I look into R. Smith, our draft pick, the more I like him too. Wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up being one of our starting Safeties.
I see no QB so Glennon is here for awhile.
Never really saw anyone wanting him that badly. Sure didn’t see all these folks thinking we were going to get a low 1st or 2nd for him. OK backup for a year.
There is most definitely some decent talent on the after draft pick ups.
Glennon can still be traded before the trade deadline. While it seems unlikely since you hardly ever see in season trades, it COULD happen.
I think the most recent draft was an eye opener for the BUCS and Mike Glennon and I hope both remember this at the end of 2016. No one wanted Glennon and the BUCS couldn’t trade him. Working on an extention for Glennon just became more realistic I hope.
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