Tampa Bay has eight draft picks at its disposal heading in to the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago, including the top overall pick.
Earlier this month, Detroit traded defensive end George Johnson and a seventh-round 2015 pick to the Buccaneers in exchange for a 2015 fifth-round pick. Last summer, the Bucs traded their 2015 fourth-round pick and tight end Tim Wright to the New England Patriots for guard Logan Mankins.
After finishing an NFL-worst 2-14 last season, the team made a number of off-season moves, including re-signing safety Major Wright and signing linebacker Bruce Carter. Tampa Bay also signed a pair of former Chicago Bears defenders who played under current Bucs (and former Bears) head coach Lovie Smith: Chris Conte and Henry Melton.
The Buccaneers are widely expected to select a quarterback with their first-round pick, whether it's Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston.
Below are the selections Tampa Bay has in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 1 (1st overall)
Round 2, Pick 2 (34th overall)
Round 3, Pick 1 (65th overall)
Round 4, Pick 10 (109th overall)
Round 5, Pick 26 (162nd overall)
Round 6, Pick 8 (184th overall)
Round 7, Pick 1 (218th overall)
Round 7, Pick 14 (231st overall)