TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended up not taking any first-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft on Thursday, but Friday will be a busy night for the staff.

The Buccaneers had the 27th pick of the first round, which took place Thursday in Las Vegas. Once they were on the clock, however, the team traded out of the first round and gave up their pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who selected Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd.

In exchange, the Buccaneers received the first pick in the second round – the 33rd overall pick of the draft. With that 33rd pick, the Bucs selected Logan Hall, a defensive end from Houston.

Here are the Bucs picks from the second night of the draft:

Round 2, Pick 33: Logan Hall – defensive end out of Houston

Round 2, Pick 57: Luke Goedeke – offensive tackle from Central Michigan

Round 3, Pick 91: Rachaad White – running back out of Arizona State

Round 4, Pick 106: Cade Otton – tight end from Washington

Round 4, Pick 133: Jake Camarda – punter from Georgia

Round 5, Pick 157: Zyon McCollum – cornerback out of Sam Houston State

Round 6, Pick 218: Ko Kieft – tight end from Minnesota

Round 7, Pick 248: Andre Anthony – linebacker out of LSU


General manager Jason Licht pointed to the value of the later rounds in his pre-draft press conference earlier this week.

“Initially you think, well maybe it’s not going to be as strong, but it does look like a draft [where] there’s going to be some good players in the mid rounds, for sure,” Licht said. “There may not be 30 guys that you think are legit first-round picks but there’s going to be a lot of good players in the middle rounds.”

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