Should the Bucs keep their top pick, it would mark the first time in their 40 years that they use the No. 9 overall draft pick. The No. 9 slot hasn't been all that successful in NFL history — the best recent picks at 9 were Carolina getting LB Luke Kuechly in 2012 and Chicago getting LB Brian Urlacher in 2000. Otherwise, there are arguably more busts than successes.
What could Bucs hope for at No. 9 in NFL draft?
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