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Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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    WTF? A wasted pick. He could have been easily signed as an underrated FA. What happened to an edge rusher, FS, nickel corner, RB? I liked the first four picks, and even Kwon Alexander was a value that can provide LB depth, but this is ridiculous.

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    @Retinadoc…I guess we needed a return specialist.

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    Bad pick- this guy dropped the ball before the goal line running for a TD against oregon….oregon picks it up and runs 100 yards for a TD the other way. How is that a return specialist?????

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      If you go by that play and that play alone then Desean Jackson shouldn’t be in the NFL right? I like the pick and think he can contribute. I’m really excited about what this seasons gonna bring

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    Nothing wrong with the pick. We need a guy like him.

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    Theres nothing but special teamers left at this point. Its not a deep draft. This pick has a chance to see the field, which is good enough.

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    Pay attention to what Coach Smith said before this draft? We have to improve our Special Team play. the 6th and 7th Round is where you find Special Team Players. We might pick a Punter in the 7th. Go Bucs!

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    At the risk of sounding “unprepared,” we seem to have set up camp on the anonymous side of the mountain. For sure, just because I haven’t heard of these later guys – and they may be really good players, doesn’t make them camp meat, but it’s more the positions drafted I question. Was really expecting mostly big guys followed by more big guys on both O and D. Will leave it to the pros … Go Bucs!

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    Every year we read the same types of comments from the same people who believe name recognition of the lack thereof is the measure of a player’s ability to succeed in the NFL. Likewise there are people who still think the Draft is like a fill in the blanks government form. Oh, we need a DE for line 6. We’re missing an OG on line 8. You will always have a weak, mediocre roster if your philosophy is to target a specific position without at least taking the rest of the evaluation criteria into consideration. If the DE or OG isn’t nearly as good or suit your model as well as the OLB, why in the world would you take the lesser player only to have him fail? Pay little attention to the TV personalities rankings. Their words aren’t any more correct than Bill Tobin’s mailman. I’d love to finally have a return specialist who makes me sit up in my seat and put the opponent on edge. I guess some of you are happy seeing a fair catch.

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    Another guy who can potentially be our KR/PR. I like it. We may finally end up a great returner who we expect to do something great whenever he touches the ball instead of being worried that it’ll go between his arms or legs.

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