Bucs Wire

● By Luke Easterling
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a clear-cut need on each side of the ball heading into the 2022 NFL draft, but what if the top prospects are already off the board? If Boston College guard Zion Johnson and Georgia defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt are both unavailable when the Bucs pick at No. 27 overall (a likely scenario), the Bucs might look to move down the board, adding extra picks in the middle rounds to reload their young depth at multiple spots, while still getting similar value with their top selection. Here’s what all seven rounds of this year’s NFL draft could look like if the Bucs move down in the first round: