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NFL draft: Bucs' fourth-round picks under Dominik

2009, Pick No. 117

Kyle Moore, DE

College: Southern Cal

Years with Bucs: 2

Analysis: Injuries limited Moore to 15 games with the Bucs from 2009-10. He was signed off the Lions' practice squad by the Bills, where he spent the past two seasons. He had 24 tackles and all three of his career sacks last season. Moore recently signed with the Bears.

2010, Pick No. 101

Mike Williams, WR

College: Syracuse

Years with Bucs: 3

Analysis: Williams is one of the top receivers drafted in the fourth round recently. Only Brandon Marshall had more catches (226) and yards (2,899) in his first three seasons than Williams (193, 2,731) among fourth-rounders since 1997. Williams' 23 touchdowns trail only Dez Bryant among receivers taken in 2010. He fell 4 yards shy of 1,000 yards last season while averaging 15.8 yards per catch.

2011, Pick No. 104

Luke Stocker, TE

College: Tennessee

Years with Bucs: 2

Analysis: Stocker has not developed into a complete tight end. He has backed up Kellen Winslow and Dallas Clark the past two seasons, catching 28 passes for 257 yards and one touchdown. He did finish 2012 strong with five catches for 50 yards over two games.

Rick Stroud, Times staff writer

Note: 2012 pick was part of a trade for a 2012 first-round pick.

NFL draft: Bucs' fourth-round picks under Dominik 04/20/13 [Last modified: Saturday, April 20, 2013 11:27pm]
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