If you ask Coach Jon Gruden what he wants, and according to the St Pete Times , he would say:
"I would like to add another receiver."
Most of the mock drafts to include mine, have the Bucs picking an OT with their 23rd draft pick. However, due to the recent signings of offensive tackle Torrin Tucker,Guard Toniu Fonoti, and Anthony Davis' contract extension, and Kenyatta Walker resigned with the Bucs, do they really need to go after a OT in the first round. I have seen more and more mock drafts that have the Bucs now picking a wide receiver with their 23d pick. I also find some excitement in the fact that Sinorice Moss might actually drop to the Bucs. It is like I said all along, Coach Gruden loves his star players, and he knows where to find them, and he will not pass on them for a OT, or even a defensive position. Since Coach Gruden has been the head Coach, and when we finally got our 1st round picks after losing them to the Raiders. We have drafted Star Receiver Michael Clayton (hell of a rookie year, but had sophomore Slumps w/injuries, which is all to common in the NFL, plus don't forget the trend in the NFL is that a 3rd year receiver breaks out huge.) Then there was the Stud Carnell "Cadillac" Williams (NFL Rookie of the Year), who I hope does not get the sophomore Slumps. So if I was a betting man, and If Sinorice Moss falls to the 23rd spot, I think Gruden will jump on it. We really only have one WR to lead us into the future and that is Clayton. Galloway and Hilliard are sure to retire within the next couple of years.