Now that the Super Bowl is over, we know the full order of selections for the first three rounds of the 2016 NFL draft. We also know most of the final four rounds, but compensatory picks will shift the exact spots a little bit. They should be announced some time in the next few months.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have seven picks in the draft, plus possibly a compensatory pick way at the end of the seventh round -- though probably not. They have their own picks in the first six rounds of the draft, starting with the ninth overall pick in the first round. They rotate with teams who finished with the same record through the rest of the draft, picking between eighth and eleventh. The Bucs have Washington's sixth-round pick but are missing their own seventh-rounder: they traded Dashon Goldson along with their seventh-rounder in exchange for the sixth-round pick.
Here's the Bucs' full complement of picks.
Buccaneers 2016 draft picks
Round one, #9, 9th overall
Round two, #8, 38th overall
Round three, #11, 74th overall
Round four, #10
Round five, #9
Round six, #8
Round six, #22 (from Washington)
No seventh-round pick