Day two of the 2015 NFL draft is here, and that means round two and three will start later tonight. So let's prepare for that pick with some mock drafts -- who goes where, and who will the Buccaneers target?
Dan Kadar went with Florida State guard Tre Jackson in his round two NFL mock draft, which makes a decent amount of sense. They could plug him right in at right guard, although they'd still have to find a starting tackle somewhere. But a quality quarterback can more easily compensate for weak tackle play than weak guard play (see Drew Brees, for instance), and the Bucs may hope that Kevin Pamphile this offseason. It's not ideal, but then neither is not having a right guard.
Another issue with Jackson: he's not generally seen as the best lineman on the board. That honor falls to Pittsburgh's T.J. Clemmings, with Oregon's Jake Fisher coming in second. I've also seen a lot of love for A.J. Cann, which I don't really get -- he or an equivalent guard should be available in round three. The Bucs did show interest in Clemmings, Jackson and Cann during the pre-draft process, though there were no reports of them meeting with or working out Jake Fisher.