Now that Super Bowl LIV has come and gone with the Chiefs taking home the Lombardi Trophy, the order for the 2020 NFL Draft is now set. That means the Buccaneers know where they will be picking—for the first three rounds, at least.
Of course, we knew that Tampa Bay would have the 14th overall pick in the first round, but we weren’t sure exactly when its next two selections would be. Now we know: the Bucs’ next two picks (barring any trades) will be 45th (13th in the second round) and 76th (12th in the third round).
The first round of the 2020 NFL Draft order is now finalized.— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 3, 2020
See where we pick in the first three rounds. ⤵️
From there, the rest is yet to be decided. We’ll learn more later this month when the league announces this year’s compensatory draft picks, one of which should be coming to the Bucs due to the loss of linebacker Kwon Alexander during last year’s free agency cycle.
So, we know for now that the Bucs will be picking 14th, 45th and 76th this April. How would you like to see those three picks used, Bucs Nation? Let us know what you think in the comments below.