Jul 25, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; A detailed view of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers helmet on the field during training camp at One Buccaneer Place. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Draft, second round results 2014: Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Austin Seferian-Jenkins No. 38 overall

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made their first round selection early on Thursday, taking Mike Evans from Texas A&M to pair with Vincent Jackson in the receiving corps. The question on Day 2 was where would they go at No. 38 overall and would it be another offensive weapon or a defensive stud for Lovie Smith.

Ultimately, the Buccaneers drafted Austin Seferian-Jenkins, a tight end who can give them a big target for whoever ends up being the quarterback in Tampa Bay.

It wasn’t the flashiest pick that the Buccaneers could have made and they left big names like Marqise Lee, Louis Nix III and others not he board, but Austin Seferian-Jenkins fills a need that the Bucs need really badly and he can now give the team the big tight end that has become the norm in the NFL.

What do you think about the Buccaneers selecting Austin Seferian-Jenkins with the No. 38 overall pick? Sound off in the comments section and let your opinion be heard.

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