10 days to go, the Bucs think this will be a great draft

by Gary Shelton on April 20, 2015 · 1 comment

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Monday, 2 p.m.


For a man whose clock is ticking, Jason Licht seemed calm in the face of the mounting pressure.

He is 10 days before the draft, before a decision that will redefine his franchises and cement his legacy. Around the league, the chatter is not slowing down, and has not slowed down, since the end of the college season.

And so he stands in the front of the room, playing I’ve-got-a-secret, giving away hints and clues but no

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John Garvey April 20, 2015 at 3:24 pm

Jason Licht thinks it’s the biggest draft in the history of the Bucs? Well, it certainly is for HIM! It’s huge. You don’t want to be picking first in the draft often but when a team has that pick it had better get it right. It’s simple really. This team is desperate for a franchise QB. They are extremely hard to get and risk is necessary. Jameis Winston is the best player in the draft in my opinion AND plays QB with ALL the skills needed to succeed in the NFL.
Barney Rubble could do THAT math and without Wilma’s help.
Get that QB and hit big on two or more (starters) in this draft and it will be the huge draft Buccaneer fans are dreaming about. Day two should be more intriguing due to the rising and falling of players and the internal best play available vs. need debates going on in One Buc. Can’t wait!


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