The Bucs have 8 picks throughout the draft, at least one in each round. While it was clear the Bucs picked alternately 20th and 19th in each round where they still had their original draft pick, the exact status of traded draft picks had not been made public. Specifically it was unclear what picks had been dealt to the Kansas City Chiefs for DE Alex Magee. It's now clear that the Bucs traded away their first fifth-round pick and received Kansas City's sixth round pick in return. The pick the Bucs traded away was originally acquired from Denver for two seventh-round picks in 2010. The Broncos used those picks to select Syd'Quan Thompson and Jammie Kirlew. Thompson played in 13 games last season, while Kirlew is not with the Broncos anymore.
In addition to that trade, the Bucs traded away their own 6th round draft pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for WR Reggie Brown, who didn't make it out of training camp. The Bucs' second seventh-round selection is a compensatory pick.
Because the Bears and Cowboys used seventh-round picks in the Supplemental Draft and Detroit's pick was forfeited because of tampering charges, the Bucs' picks in the seventh round are the 18th and 33rd picks, instead of the 20th and 37th picks.
All the Bucs draft picks are listed below: