The 2016 Buccaneer draft review
1Vernon HargreavesCB
2Noah SpenceDE
2Roberto AguayoK
4Ryan SmithCB
5Caleb BenenochT
6Devante BondLB
6Dan VitaleFB

Click here to review the entire 2016 NFL draft
The Bucs picked from 9th, 8th, 11th and 10th through the draft. They traded their 3rd round pick and a 4th round pick to Kansas City for the additional 2nd round pick. They moved down two spots in the first round with Chicago. The additional 6th round pick came from Washington in the Dashon Goldson trade and saw them lose their 7th round pick in the process.

1 - CB - Vernon Hargreaves - Florida
The Bucs' top pick and the 11th overall selection of the 2016 draft. Had an excellent rookie season starting every game beginning in a nickel role and then moving to an outside corner position. Was a three-year starter for the Gators and a unanimous All-American selection at cornerback in his junior season. Declared for the draft a year early.

2 - DE - Noah Spence - Eastern Kentucky
Had an excellent rookie season in spite of playing with a shoulder injury much of the year and ranked third on the team in sacks. Was named the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Month for November. Had a dominating redshirt junior season at Eastern Kentucky with 22.5 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Was considered a potential first round pick and real pass rush prospect from the outside position.

2 - K - Roberto Aguayo - Florida State
Did not have the stellar season expected of him in his first NFL season and the Bucs wound up with the lowest successful fieldgoal percentage in the NFL albeit including a blocked kick in the season finale. Was the highest pick ever used on a kicker in franchise history as the Bucs selected him in the 2nd round having been named an All-American at Florida State for three straight seasons and finished his career as the most accurate kicker in NCAA history.

4 - CB - Ryan Smith - North Carolina Central
Was inactive for the first two games and then played the remaining 14 on special teams primarily as one of the downfield gunners on punt coverage units. His abilities on defense remain to be seen. Attended North Carolina Central finishing his career starting 42-of-45 games, with 263 tackles, seven tackles for loss, 31 passes defensed, eight fumble recoveries, seven interceptions, one forced fumble and one blocked kick.

5 - T - Caleb Benenoch - UCLA
Spent most of his rookie season as a gameday inactive but started at left guard in the win over Chicago. Went back to playing special teams after that one start and then returned to the inactive roster for three of the final four games of the season. Started all three years he played at UCLA at both guard and tackle before declaring for the NFL after his junior year. Played extensively during the pre-season at both positions for the Buccaneers.

6 - LB - Devante Bond - Oklahoma
Had a somewhat wasted rookie campaign having been hampered by injury during the pre-season and after being designated inactive for the first two games of the season, was placed on IR. Spent the rest of the year on the sideline and in meeting rooms showing considerable progress in preparing for a return to the field in 2017. Spent two seasons at Oklahoma after two years at Sierra Community College. Had eight starts and was a key member of the special teams units as well as playing across all three linebacker positions for the Sooners.

6 - FB - Dan Vitale - Northwestern
Did not make the team out of training camp.