The Buccaneers traded back up into the second round to draft Marpet, a player they had targeted for a long time, especially after dominating the scouting combine.
Marpet is competing for the starting job at right guard, a competition he should win. If he doesn't, the Bucs will be forced to start Garrett Gilkey or Kadeem Edwards, which would be a bit of a problem. At least in Gilkey's case -- Edwards is more of an unknown. But then, Marpet is largely an unknown as well, even more so than most rookies. Coming from Hobarth College, Marpet's only exposure to Division-I-level players came at the Senior Bowl. He did play well there, but it's not clear how quickly he'll be able to adapt to this entirely new level of competition.