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YearsPlayerPos
1983 Mark WitteTE
1987 Dan Sileo DT
1990 Benji Roland DE
1993-96 Demetrius DuBose LB
2002 Devone ClaybrooksDT
2004 Josh Savage DE
2006Charles Bennett DE
2007-08Kevin Carter DE
2009Roy Miller DT
2010-Gerald McCoyDT
The No.93 shirt
There is not a lot to choose from when it comes to selecting talent who wore this number for the Buccaneers outside of the current owner.

Mark Witte had three seasons as a special teams' demon but kept his pre-season number for the 1983 season opener and hence why a tight end was wearing such an unusual number.

Dan Sileo followed him in the 93 jersey for his 10 game "career" although the way he goes on about it on sports radio in Orlando, you would think he was an All-Pro.

For four seasons, Demetrius DuBose played behind Hardy Nickerson and then had some issues after quitting football, and was shot dead by police in an altercation in his home town of San Diego in 2001.

Veteran defensive lineman Kevin Carter who started 30 games in two years for the Bucs and played over 200 in his NFL career whilst Roy Miller wore the jersey as a rookie but then handed it over to No.3 overall pick Gerald McCoy.

And after seven years of disrupting blocking schemes and taking double teams, G-Mac becomes the best ever to wear this number for the Buccaneers as well as being one of the nicest people off the field you could ever wish to meet.

THE BEST TO WEAR NO.93 - GERALD McCOY

Dan Sileo Demetrius DuBose Devone Claybrooks Kevin Carter Gerald McCoy