Buccaneers: Washington Huskies 2018 NFL Draft prospects to watch
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By James Yarcho

Next in our 40 Teams in 40 Days draft series is a look at the Washington Huskies and their potential Buccaneers targets.

The Washington Huskies finished the 2017 season second in the PAC-12 with a 10-3 record, but lost their final game 35-28 to Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl. And although many football fans aren’t familiar with many of the Huskies players thanks in large part to the west coast games starting so late for us eastern time zone fans, there is already one name being linked to the Buccaneers as a potential day one pick.

Here are the draft eligible players from the Huskies;

Linebacker – Keishawn Bierria

Wide Receiver – Dante Pettis

Wide Receiver – K.J. Young

Running Back – Lavon Coleman

Safety – Ezekial Turner

Linebacker – Connor O’Brien

Linebacker – Sean Constantine

Linebacker – Azeek Victor

Running Back – Ralph Kinne

Offensive Tackle – Andrew Kirkland

Center – Coleman Shelton

Tight End – David Ajamu

Wide Receiver – Forrest Dunivin

Tight End – Derek Hunter

Tight End – Will Dissly

Defensive Tackle – Vita Vea

SEATTLE, WA – NOVEMBER 18: Lavon Coleman of the Washington Huskies rushes for a touchdown on a pass play from quarterback Jake Browning against the Utah Utes at Husky Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. The touchdown pass gave Browning 76 for his career, setting the school record. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty...

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