ESPN Mel Kiper Has The Bucs Taking Jah Reid In Second Round Mock Draft

We only got about nine hours of Mel Kiper coverage yesterday, which isn't nearly enough. Luckily, with the second round we get the return of Mel, and more of his speculation. He just came out with his second round Mock Draft at ESPN, and he has the Bucs getting some help along the offensive line in the form of Central Florida tackle Jah Reid.

I think Reid would be a good pick, if of course the Bucs are determined to upgrade their offensive line. I think the other position that the Bucs could address in this second round is cornerback, and there could be a few good ones on the board in this round. With all the trouble surrounding Aqib Talib, I think the Bucs will have to seriously considering taking a corner if there is one that they like available when their pick comes up.

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft starts at 8 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, April 28, and SB Nation has everything you need to prepare: NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule and more. Check it out at SB Nation's NFL Draft page and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking the Draft.

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