Will Bucs Get Compensatory Draft Picks In 2023?2 min read
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By: Scott Reynolds
The Bucs have secured the 19th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft due to the team’s 8-9 record and playoff berth during the 2022 season. Tampa Bay won’t have its fourth-round pick this year after trading it away last year in order to move up into the fifth round to select Sam Houston cornerback Zyon McCollum.
But the team will likely secure an extra compensatory pick or two this year due to losses in free agency from last year. According to OverTheCap.com’s Nick Korte, the Bucs should receive a fifth-round compensatory pick from the NFL for the loss of free agent safety Jordan Whitehead to the New York Jets. Korte also has Tampa Bay receiving a seventh-round compensatory pick for tight end O.J. Howard signing with Buffalo in free agency.
Here’s my final projection for the 2023 compensatory picks.https://t.co/3o6FgV7Qhv pic.twitter.com/OPkEkxKPYI
— Nick Korte (@nickkorte) January 24, 2023
The Bucs feel certain that they’ll receive the extra fifth-rounder for Whitehead, and are hopeful for the additional seventh-rounder, too.
Bucs’ 2023 NFL Draft Picks
Tampa Bay currently has seven draft choices in the 2023 NFL Draft, including an extra sixth-round pick from the Colts from a previous trade. If the league awards the Bucs extra picks at the end of the fifth and seventh rounds, respectively, Tampa Bay will have a total of nine draft picks.
ROUND 1 – No. 19
ROUND 2 – No. 51
ROUND 3 – No. 83
ROUND 5 – No. 154
ROUND 6 – No. 181 (from Colts)
ROUND 6 – No. 196
ROUND 7 – No. 232 (from Jets)
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