The 2020 Buccaneer draft review
Tristan
Wirfs
Antoine
Winfield
Ke'shawn
Vaughn
Tyler
Johnson
Khalil
Davis
Chapelle
Russell
Raymond
Calais
RdSelectionPos
1Tristan WirfsT
2Antoine WinfieldS
3Ke'shawn VaughnRB
5Tyler JohnsonWR
6Khalil DavisDL
7Chapelle RussellLB
7Raymond CalaisRB

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The Bucs picked from 13th, 12th, 11th, 16th, 15th and 14th during the draft. They traded a 4th round pick to the Patriots for TE Rob Gronkowski and a 7th round pick. They traded a 4th round pick to San Francisco to move up one spot in the 1st round but received a 7th round pick in return. The original 7th round pick went in the 2019 trade involving WR DeSean Jackson.


1 - T - Tristan Wirfs - Iowa
Wirfs isn't a finished product, but he has elite potential. He has great size, rare athletic tools and good length. His footwork is inconsistent yet he rarely loses in pass protection and has the potential to develop into an elite pass-blocker. He shows good lateral mobility and range in the run game. He fits better in a zone-heavy scheme than he does in a power-heavy scheme.

2 - S - Antoine Winfield - Minnesota
Just like his father, Antoine Winfield, a first-round pick by the Bills in 1999, Winfield is an instinctive defensive back with excellent toughness for his size. He's a ball hawk, is competitive when the ball is in the air and has above-average hands. Winfield is an aggressive run defender who looks for contact and has good stopping power

3- RB - Ke'shawn Vaughn - Vanderbilt
Vaughn is a decisive between-the-tackles runner with the lateral mobility to make defenders miss in the hole. He has above average top-end speed and is a threat to rip off chunk yards when he gets a seam. He runs hard and has good contact balance. Vaughn is not a bulldozing short-yardage back. He has good ball skills and can run routes.

5 - WR - Tyler Johnson - Minnesota
Johnson is a refined route runner who knows how to separate. He turns into a running back after the catch. He doesn't have great speed. He has smaller hands and there are a lot of drops on tape, but he's still been one of the most productive receivers in college football the past two seasons.

6 - DL - Khalil Davis - Auburn
Davis had his best season as a senior and he turned heads when he ran 4.75 40 at 308 pounds at the combine. There's a lot to like about his upside and motor. He's far from a finished product. He takes too long to get off blocks and gives ground in the run game. He's not a polished hand fighter rushing the passer.

7 - LB - Chapelle Russell - Temple
Russell is a three-year starter with average size and speed. He's versatile enough to line up on the inside and the outside. He's at his best shooting gaps and disrupting plays in the backfield when he lines up between the tackles. He chases with good effort, and he plays a little faster than his timed speed.

7 - RB - Raymond Calais - LSU
Calais never led the team in rushing while he was at Louisiana-Lafayette, but he averaged 91.5 all-purpose yards per game. He's an undersized back with very good initial quickness and top-end speed. He lacks the power to regularly break initial contact. He's a small target with shorter arms in the passing game.