Friday night brings the second and third rounds of the draft, and two picks for the Pewter Pirates.
Though the Bucs did not select a player in the first round because of their recent trade for cornerback Darrelle Revis, they are still in a position to land two potential starters on day two with two selections between Nos. 33 and 73.
Something worth noting were the selections made by Tampa Bay's division foes in round one. The Carolina Panthers landed defensive tackle Star Lotulelei, the New Orleans Saints chose safety Kenny Vaccaro and the Atlanta Falcons traded up and selected cornerback Desmond Trufant.
So, what does that mean for the Bucs?
Mainly, it means that quarterback Josh Freeman's job just got a little bit harder with the infusion of young defensive talent in the NFC South. The real question is, how do they plan to answer their rivals' selections?
Here are my suggestions.