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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Drafted Tight Ends

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected 17 Tight Ends in their team history (41 drafts). The Buccaneers have never drafted a TE in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Jackie Walker drafted in round 2 (#28 Overall) in 1986 out of Jackson State. Some of the top drafted Buccaneers Tight Ends were Austin Seferian-Jenkins drafted in round 2 in 2014 out of Washington, Alex Smith drafted in round 3 in 2005 out of Stanford, Ron Hall drafted in round 4 in 1987 out of Hawaii, Jerry Bell drafted in round 3 in 1982 out of Arizona State and Tyji Armstrong drafted in round 3 in 1992 out of Mississippi. View all of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2014 2 38   Austin Seferian-Jenkins   Washington
2012 7 233   Drake Dunsmore   Northwestern
2011 4 104   Luke Stocker   Tennessee
2011 7 238   Daniel Hardy   Idaho
2006 6 202   T.J. Williams   North Carolina State
2006 7 244   Tim Massaquoi   Michigan
2005 3 71   Alex Smith   Stanford
2004 6 181   Nate Lawrie   Yale
2000 5 157   James Whalen   Kentucky
1994 3 69   Harold Bishop   Louisiana State
1992 3 79   Tyji Armstrong   Mississippi
1990 4 87   Jesse Anderson   Mississippi State
1987 4 87   Ron Hall   Hawaii
1986 2 28   Jackie Walker   Jackson State
1984 7 169   Jay Carroll   Minnesota
1983 11 297   Mark Witte   North Texas
1982 3 74   Jerry Bell   Arizona State
 
 
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