1. David Yankey, G, Stanford
He's not likely to be around when the Bucs finally pick again at the top of the fifth round, but if they're able to move up somehow, Yankey should be at the top of their wish list.
2. E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
There are plenty of great corners still left on the board at this point, which means Gaines could get pushed down to the Bucs' fifth-rounder. If he's there, he'd be a perfect fit as a slot corner in the Tampa 2.
3. Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana
Four-three outside linebackers tend to slip on draft day, and this year seems to be no exception. Tripp is a tough, hard-working defender who would fit right into the Bucs' rotation at Sam linebacker with Jonathan Casillas and Dane Fletcher.
4. Telvin Smith, OLB, Florida State
If they can't get their hands on Tripp but still want to grab an athletic playmaker at linebacker, Smith might just be their guy. He's extremely undersized at just 218 pounds, but he could be brought along slowly while he bulks up, making an impact on special teams in the meantime.
5. Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton
The Bucs have a solid rotation at defensive tackle on paper, but things get real thin if there's an injury to that unit. Reid is a monster in the middle who would be a valuable addition to the interior rotation.
6. Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia
Again, I'm still not sold on Mike Glennon as the Bucs' future franchise quarterback. A Tampa native, Murray is coming off an ACL tear, but the all-time passing leader in SEC history has the intangibles and football IQ to be a steal if the Bucs are willing to take a chance in the later rounds.
7. Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
It's not like the Bucs need another offensive skill player in this draft, but Bryant's rare combination of size and straight-line speed might be tough to pass up depending on how far he falls.
8. Zach Kerr, DT, Delaware
Another space-eater from a small school, Kerr would be a great depth addition to the interior of the Bucs' front four.
9. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL, McGill
Projected to be the top overall pick in the CFL draft, the Canadian prospect is raw but versatile, and he would be a valuable depth piece on an offensive line unit that has suffered plenty of injuries in recent years.
10. Nevin Lawson, CB, Utah State
Another perfect fit at nickel corner, Lawson is undersized but has the right skill set to excel as a slot defender in the Tampa 2.