2010 NFL Draft Grades: Bucs Nearly Get Straight 'A's

SB Nation's Buc 'Em has a team of six writers turning in their reports cards for the Bucs 2010 draft class. Overall, the marks are high. It seems most liked the decision of going with two defensive tackles with the first two picks.

Here's a sampling of the individual grades:

Gerald McCoy - A+ This was one of the easiest and safest picks in the entire draft for any team.  McCoy is happy and motivated to be in Tampa, has the physical tools to succeed as a 3-tech, and has Warren Sapp to help him learn the position.  having another premier pocket-collapsing prospect alongside him in Brian Price can only make him better.

Mike Williams - A.  Love this pick.  It's like getting a slightly used Mercedes for the price of a Hyundai.  Hopefully the E-class won't break down on the Bucs.  No doubt he's a risk in la cabeza, but his physical abilities and gamebreaking potential make him worth rolling the dice in Round 4.

Here are all the Bucs draft picks:

DT Gerald McCoy

DT Brian Price

WR Arrelious Benn

DB Myron Lewis

WR Mike Williams

P Brent Bowden

S Cody Grimm

LB Dekoda Watson

DE Erik Lorig

Check out all of grades at Buc 'Em -- Lots of 'As'.

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