The Bucs really need a penetrator who can drive the QB to the ends, the way Warren Sapp used to do during the Bucs' defense's zenith.
Ndamukong Suh is perfect for Tampa Bay, but he's unlikely to get past the No. 1 overall pick. Tampa Bay may make the move up to get him if the price isn't too costly.
If Suh is unavailable, Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy wouldn't be a bad consolation prize, but he likely wouldn't get past Detroit at No. 2.
The Bucs may have to settle for Brian Price late in the first round (if they trade up) or grab a veteran like Vince Wolfork to get them through 2010.
The best choice for Tampa Bay may be to sacrifice the picks or a player and secure Suh, who may potentially be the most dominant defensive tackle since Sapp to come into the NFL draft.