Tampa Bay traded its first-round draft pick prior to the draft in a deal that brought cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Buccaneers. But that didn’t stop general manager Mark Dominik from adding to his secondary when the second round rolled around.
Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks was added with pick No. 43, and now Tampa Bay’s secondary—save second-year safety Mark Barron—has a completely new look to the unit that gave up an NFL-high 4,758 passing yards in 2012.
With NFL rosters expanded to 90 players for the offseason, the six college players drafted over the weekend will be joined by a plethora of undrafted free agents.
Which players do the Buccaneers have their eyes on? Here’s an undrafted free agent tracker to keep up with the comings and goings of post-draft rookie transactions.