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Bruce Allen Draft History


Commander Adama

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Here is the link: http://www.nfl.com/draft/history/fulldraft?teamId=4900&type=team

2008 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 20 Aqib Talib CB Kansas

2 58 Dexter Jackson WR Appalachian State

3 83 Jeremy Zuttah G Rutgers

4 115 Dre Moore DT Maryland

5 160 Josh Johnson QB San Diego

6 175 Geno Hayes OLB Florida State

7 238 Cory Boyd RB South Carolina

2007 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 4 Gaines Adams DE Clemson

2 35 Arron Sears G Tennessee

2 64 Sabby Piscitelli SAF Oregon State

3 68 Quincy Black LB New Mexico

4 106 Tanard Jackson FS Syracuse

5 141 Greg Peterson DT North Carolina Central

6 182 Adam Hayward LB Portland State

7 214 Chris Denman T Fresno State

7 245 Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia

7 246 Kenneth Darby RB Alabama

2006 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 23 Davin Joseph G Oklahoma

2 59 Jeremy Trueblood T Boston College

3 90 Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame

4 122 Alan Zemaitis CB Penn State

5 156 Julian Jenkins DE Stanford

6 194 Bruce Gradkowski QB Toledo

6 202 T.J. Williams TE North Carolina State

7 235 Justin Phinisee CB Oregon

7 241 Charles Bennett DE Clemson

7 244 Tim Massaquoi TE Michigan

2005 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 5 Cadillac Williams RB Auburn

2 36 Barrett Ruud LB Nebraska

3 71 Alex Smith TE Stanford

3 91 Chris Colmer T North Carolina State

4 107 Dan Buenning G Wisconsin

5 141 Donte Nicholson DB Oklahoma

5 155 Larry Brackins -- Pearl River CC MS

6 178 Anthony Bryant DT Alabama

7 221 Rick Razzano RB Mississippi

7 225 Paris Warren WR Utah

7 231 Hamza Abdullah DB Washington State

7 253 J.R. Russell WR Louisville

2004 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 15 Michael Clayton WR Louisiana State

3 79 Marquis Cooper LB Washington

4 111 Will Allen SAF Ohio State

5 146 Jeb Terry G North Carolina

6 181 Nate Lawrie TE Yale

7 206 Mark Jones WR Tennessee

7 228 Casey Cramer RB Dartmouth

7 252 Lenny Williams CB Southern University

What do you guys think?

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Nothing too impressive, but the above information is taken out of context. It's hard to judge just by who he drafted. Who was drafted the couple of spots before and after his pick? What were the needs of the team at the time. I didn't see anyone special listed, but it's hard to make a decision based purely on what is shown.

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Here's the Draft History with the Oakland Raiders:

2003 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 31 Nnamdi Asomugha CB California

1 32 Tyler Brayton DE Colorado

2 63 Teyo Johnson TE Stanford

3 83 Sam Williams DE Fresno State

3 96 Justin Fargas RB USC

4 129 Shurron Pierson DE South Florida

5 167 Doug Gabriel WR Central Florida

6 204 Dustin Rykert -- Brigham Young

7 246 Siddeeq Shabazz DB New Mexico State

7 262 Ryan Hoag WR Gustavus Adolphus

2002 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 17 Phillip Buchanon CB Miami (Fla.)

1 23 Napoleon Harris MLB Northwestern

2 53 Langston Walker T California

2 55 Doug Jolley TE Brigham Young

5 147 Kenyon Coleman DE UCLA

6 189 Keyon Nash DB Albany State (Ga.)

6 197 Larry Ned RB San Diego State

7 235 Ronald Curry QB North Carolina

2001 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 28 Derrick Gibson DB Florida State

2 59 Marques Tuiasosopo QB Washington

3 89 DeLawrence Grant DE Oregon State

5 158 Raymond Perryman DB Northern Arizona

6 184 Chris Cooper DT Nebraska-Omaha

7 228 Derek Combs DB Ohio State

7 229 Ken-Yon Rambo WR Ohio State

2000 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 17 Sebastian Janikowski K Florida State

2 47 Jerry Porter WR West Virginia

4 107 Junior Ioane DT Arizona State

5 142 Shane Lechler P Texas A&M

7 227 Mondriel Fulcher TE Miami (Fla.)

7 231 Clifton Black -- Texas State

1999 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 18 Matt Stinchcomb T Georgia

2 40 Tony Bryant DE Florida State

4 102 Dameane Douglas WR California

5 146 Eric Barton LB Maryland

5 153 Rod Coleman DT East Carolina

6 188 Daren Yancey -- Brigham Young

7 224 JoJuan Armour LB Miami (Ohio)

1998 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 4 Charles Woodson CB Michigan

1 23 Mo Collins T Florida

2 31 Leon Bender -- Washington State

3 63 Jon Ritchie RB Stanford

4 109 Gennaro DiNapoli G Virginia Tech

5 127 Jeremy Brigham TE Washington

5 152 Travian Smith LB Oklahoma

7 230 Vince Amey DE Arizona State

7 235 David Sanders -- Arkansas

1997 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 2 Darrell Russell DE USC

3 72 Adam Treu G Nebraska

3 85 Tim Kohn G Iowa State

4 123 Chad Levitt RB Cornell

6 172 Calvin Branch CB Colorado State

6 193 Grady Jackson DE Knoxville

1996 - Oakland Raiders

Rd Sel # Player Position School

1 9 Rickey Dudley TE Ohio State

2 57 Lance Johnstone DE Temple

5 166 La'Roi Glover DT San Diego State

6 183 Tim Hall RB Robert Morris

7 220 Sedric Clark LB Tulsa

7 224 Darius Smith -- Sam Houston State

7 248 Joey Wylie -- Stephen F. Austin St.

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Keep in mind, he had to draft lineman early (lowest paid), because of the penny-pinching ways of the Bucs owners. Hard to say what will happen with a wide open checkbook.

This move is a shot in the dark for me. Looking at his Raiders picks, and where the Raiders were when he left, I'm really warming up to idea of Allen calling the shots.

To be honest, I'd be happy with Howdy Doodie calling the shots if it means VC isn't.

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I got a text from a bucs fan here at school simply laughing at me--not good--and the draft history doesn't look good either. Also, if you look at the records, the Bucs were a Super Bowl Team in 2002 and they only had one 10+ win season after Allen was hired (11-5, lost to Redskins in that 17-10 offensive thriller in his second year). Additionally, he had all those defensive players from the Dungy era to keep the team afloat for a while. On the bright side, at least here's a guy who will attempt to build a team the right way (offensive line focus, draft picks)--which the last guy didn't do. The question is whether he can execute. Considering recent history this "baby step" improvement is one I'll take and will wait and see before I judge.

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