1 - DT - Logan Hall - Houston Hall is a disruptive interior pass-rusher who excels at shooting his hands and overwhelming interior offensive linemen with explosive power. He's strong and makes it tough for offensive linemen to get into his frame, but he's a lean interior defender with a high center of gravity. Hall has experience playing over the tackle and has enough length play there in the NFL. 2 - G - Luke Goedeke - Central Michigan Goedeke is a physical run-blocker who flashes the ability to move defenders off the ball. He takes sound angles climbing, and he is effective at combination blocking up to the second level. He flashes a strong punch and does a nice job of passing off line stunts in pass protection. Goedeke has shorter arms for an offensive tackle, and quick inside moves can give him problems, but he has the tools to develop into an above-average pass-blocker at guard. 3 - RB - Rachaad White - Arizona State White is a patient runner with good burst and top-end speed. He has the footspeed and open-field instincts to make defenders miss. He flashes as a route runner, has the body control to adjust to passes thrown outside his frame and is a threat after the catch. He's willing to step up, but there's room for improvement when it comes to his technique in pass protection. 4 - TE - Cade Otton - Washington Otton is a big target and natural hands catcher who makes plays in traffic. He doesn't have great burst or change of direction, but he leverages his routes and settles into pockets working against zone looks. He averaged 11.3 yards per catch at Washington, and he's not much of a big-play threat. He's a competitive in-line blocker who blocks to the echo of the whistle. 4 - P - Jake Camarda - Georgina Camarda was Georgia's punter the past four seasons and is the school's career leader in punting average at 45.8 yards per punt. He handled the kickoff duties the past two seasons and has served as the Bulldogs' holder on placement kicks. 5 - CB - Zyon McCollum - Sam Houston State McCollum is a tall corner with excellent speed who tested exceptionally well at the combine. He has adequate length and the strength to effectively jam receivers in press. He has the ability to locate the ball when he is in phase and recovers well when he gets caught out of phase. McCollum intercepted 13 passes and had 54 passes defended in college. He steps up and wraps tacklers in run support. 6 - TE - Ko Kieft - Minnesota Kieft is a competitive blocker with good size. He caught a total of 12 passes in college and he has below average top-end speed. 7 - LB - Andre Anthony - LSU Anthony is coming off a season-ending injury and didn't put up big numbers at LSU. But he has a good blend of length, size and speed for an edge defender and he flashes on tape.
Logan Hall
Luke Goedeke
The 2022 Buccaneer draft review The Bucs picked alternatively 27th and 28th through the draft. They gained additional 4th and 6th round picks by swopping selections 27 and 33 with Jacksonville. The 6th round pick was traded to Buffalo to move up in the 2nd round. They gained additional 5th and 7th round picks from Jacksonville in return for a 2023 4th round pick. A 6th round pick was traded to the Jets in the Steve McLendon deal. They also traded two 7th round picks for an additional 6th round selection.
Jake Camarda
Rashaad White
Cade Otton
Ko Kieft
Zyon McCollum
Andre Anthony