With the NFL Draft a little more than two months away, all four of NFL.com’s mock drafters have submitted their picks for the first round. The first analyst to submit his projections was Daniel Jeremiah, who believes that the Bucs will select Missouri defensive end Charles Harris with the 19th pick. Bucky Brooks submitted his selection next, mocking fellow defensive end Derek Barnett to Tampa Bay, followed by Chad Reuter, who projected Washington wide receiver John Ross to the Bucs.本周早些时候，兰斯·齐尔因发布了他 第一个模拟选秀 of the offseason and suggested the Buccaneers would draft a defensive tackle with their first-round pick. He is the only writer listed in the Bucs’ Mock Draft Roundup to predict the Bucs to take a 玩er at that position. \n\nZierlein’s pick was Michigan State’s Malik McDowell. While NFL.com’s experts differ in several opinions, most agree that McDowell will be the first defensive tackle selected in this year’s draft. Zierlein, Brooks and Rueter all have him going in the first round. Jeremiah doesn’t have a defensive tackle being selected in the first 32 picks. \n\nMcDowell is listed on Michigan State’s website as 6-foot-6 and 276 pounds. He was a first-team All-Big 10 selection by the Associated Press and a second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated. In 36 career games he recorded 90 tackles, 24.5 tackles for a loss and 7.5 sacks. Pro Football Focus compared him for San Francisco’s DeForest Buckner, who was the No. 7 overall pick in the 2016 draft.