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Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft: Top five at each position

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QUARTERBACKS
1. Andrew Luck, 6-4, 234, Stanford
2. Robert Griffin III, 6-2, 223, Baylor
3. Ryan Tannehill, 6-4, 221, Texas A&M
4. Brandon Weeden, 6-4, 221, Oklahoma State
5. Brock Osweiler, 6-7, 242, Arizona State
Running backs
1. Trent Richardson, 5-9, 228, Alabama
2. Lamar Miller, 5-11, 212, Miami
3. Ronnie Hillman, 5-9, 200, San Diego State
4. David Wilson, 5-10, 206, Virginia Tech
5. Doug Martin, 5-9, 223, Boise State
RECEIVERS
1. Justin Blackmon, 6-1, 207, Oklahoma State
2. Michael Floyd, 6-3, 220, Notre Dame
3. Kendall Wright, 5-10, 196, Baylor
4. Stephen Hill, 6-4, 215, Georgia Tech
5. Brian Quick, 6-3, 220, Appalachian State
OFFENSIVE LINE
1. Matt Kalil (T), 6-6, 306, USC
2. David DeCastro (G), 6-5, 316, Stanford
3. Riley Reiff (T), 6-6, 313, Iowa
4. Mike Adams (T), 6-7, 323, Ohio State
5. Jonathan Martin (T), 6-5, 312, Stanford
DEFENSIVE LINE
1. Fletcher Cox (T), 6-4, 298, Mississippi State
2. Quinton Coples (E), 6-6, 284, North Carolina
3. Michael Brockers (T), 6-5, 322, LSU
4. Melvin Ingram (E), 6-1, 264, South Carolina
5. Dontari Poe (T), 6-3, 346, Memphis
LINEBACKERS
1. Luke Kuechly, 6-3, 242, Boston College
2. Melvin Ingram, 6-1, 264, South Carolina
3. Shea McClellin, 6-3, 260, Boise State
4. Lavonte David, 6-1, 233, Nebraska
5. Dont'a Hightower, 6-2, 265, Alabama
DEFENSIVE BACKS
1. Morris Claiborne (C) , 5-11, 188, LSU
2. Stephon Gilmore (C), 6-0, 190, South Carolina
3. Mark Barron (S), 6-1, 213, Alabama
4. Harrison Smith (S), 6-2, 213, Notre Dame
5. Dre Kirkpatrick (C), 6-1, 186, Alabama
op five at each position

QUARTERBACKS
1. Andrew Luck, 6-4, 234, Stanford
2. Robert Griffin III, 6-2, 223, Baylor
3. Ryan Tannehill, 6-4, 221, Texas A&M
4. Brandon Weeden, 6-4, 221, Oklahoma State
5. Brock Osweiler, 6-7, 242, Arizona State
Running backs
1. Trent Richardson, 5-9, 228, Alabama
2. Lamar Miller, 5-11, 212, Miami
3. Ronnie Hillman, 5-9, 200, San Diego State
4. David Wilson, 5-10, 206, Virginia Tech
5. Doug Martin, 5-9, 223, Boise State
RECEIVERS
1. Justin Blackmon, 6-1, 207, Oklahoma State
2. Michael Floyd, 6-3, 220, Notre Dame
3. Kendall Wright, 5-10, 196, Baylor
4. Stephen Hill, 6-4, 215, Georgia Tech
5. Brian Quick, 6-3, 220, Appalachian State
OFFENSIVE LINE
1. Matt Kalil (T), 6-6, 306, USC
2. David DeCastro (G), 6-5, 316, Stanford
3. Riley Reiff (T), 6-6, 313, Iowa
4. Mike Adams (T), 6-7, 323, Ohio State
5. Jonathan Martin (T), 6-5, 312, Stanford
DEFENSIVE LINE
1. Fletcher Cox (T), 6-4, 298, Mississippi State
2. Quinton Coples (E), 6-6, 284, North Carolina
3. Michael Brockers (T), 6-5, 322, LSU
4. Melvin Ingram (E), 6-1, 264, South Carolina
5. Dontari Poe (T), 6-3, 346, Memphis
LINEBACKERS
1. Luke Kuechly, 6-3, 242, Boston College
2. Melvin Ingram, 6-1, 264, South Carolina
3. Shea McClellin, 6-3, 260, Boise State
4. Lavonte David, 6-1, 233, Nebraska
5. Dont'a Hightower, 6-2, 265, Alabama
DEFENSIVE BACKS
1. Morris Claiborne (C) , 5-11, 188, LSU
2. Stephon Gilmore (C), 6-0, 190, South Carolina
3. Mark Barron (S), 6-1, 213, Alabama
4. Harrison Smith (S), 6-2, 213, Notre Dame
5. Dre Kirkpatrick (C), 6-1, 186, Alabama
QUARTERBACKS
1. Andrew Luck, 6-4, 234, Stanford
2. Robert Griffin III, 6-2, 223, Baylor
3. Ryan Tannehill, 6-4, 221, Texas A&M
4. Brandon Weeden, 6-4, 221, Oklahoma State
5. Brock Osweiler, 6-7, 242, Arizona State
Running backs
1. Trent Richardson, 5-9, 228, Alabama
2. Lamar Miller, 5-11, 212, Miami
3. Ronnie Hillman, 5-9, 200, San Diego State
4. David Wilson, 5-10, 206, Virginia Tech
5. Doug Martin, 5-9, 223, Boise State
RECEIVERS
1. Justin Blackmon, 6-1, 207, Oklahoma State
2. Michael Floyd, 6-3, 220, Notre Dame
3. Kendall Wright, 5-10, 196, Baylor
4. Stephen Hill, 6-4, 215, Georgia Tech
5. Brian Quick, 6-3, 220, Appalachian State
OFFENSIVE LINE
1. Matt Kalil (T), 6-6, 306, USC
2. David DeCastro (G), 6-5, 316, Stanford
3. Riley Reiff (T), 6-6, 313, Iowa
4. Mike Adams (T), 6-7, 323, Ohio State
5. Jonathan Martin (T), 6-5, 312, Stanford
DEFENSIVE LINE
1. Fletcher Cox (T), 6-4, 298, Mississippi State
2. Quinton Coples (E), 6-6, 284, North Carolina
3. Michael Brockers (T), 6-5, 322, LSU
4. Melvin Ingram (E), 6-1, 264, South Carolina
5. Dontari Poe (T), 6-3, 346, Memphis
LINEBACKERS
1. Luke Kuechly, 6-3, 242, Boston College
2. Melvin Ingram, 6-1, 264, South Carolina
3. Shea McClellin, 6-3, 260, Boise State
4. Lavonte David, 6-1, 233, Nebraska
5. Dont'a Hightower, 6-2, 265, Alabama
DEFENSIVE BACKS
1. Morris Claiborne (C) , 5-11, 188, LSU
2. Stephon Gilmore (C), 6-0, 190, South Carolina
3. Mark Barron (S), 6-1, 213, Alabama
4. Harrison Smith (S), 6-2, 213, Notre Dame
5. Dre Kirkpatrick (C), 6-1, 186, Alabama

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