Sylvester WilliamsThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers have recently acquired the services of All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis from the New York Jets for the pretty cheap price of their 2013 1st round pick (13th overall) and a conditional 2014 4th round pick which could increase to a 3rd-rounder if certain requirements are met.

This was not the only big move the Buccaneers made in the offseason. 

They also added former San Fransisco 49ers strong safety Dashon Goldson. With these two pieces combined with 2012 1st round draft pick - safety Mark Barron - the Buccaneers have the best secondary in the league.

Despite the big splashes in the offseason, Greg Schiano's men still have needs to fill so that they can improve on the 2012 7-9 season.

The Buccaneers have seven picks in this year's Draft, even after they traded their first overall pick.  They traded Aqib Talib to the New England Patriots just before the trade deadline in 2012 for a 4th round pick.

Round 1: CB Darrelle Revis, New York Jets

The Buccaneers traded their 2013 1st round pick to the Jets to acquire Darrelle Revis. Revis is an All-Pro cornerback is is better than any corner in this year's Draft. A great piece of business for the Tampa team.

Round 2: DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina

The Buccaneers need some help on the defensive line. They lost Michael Bennett to the Seattle Seahawks in free agency and both starting defensive ends - Da'Quan Bowers and Adrian Clayborne - have suspect medical histories. Sylvester Williams is able to pressure the quarterback from the defensive tackle position. He could form a great tandem with current starting defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

Round 3: CB Tyrann Mathieu, Louisiana State

It might be crazy to think that after Darrelle Revis was signed, the Buccaneers would need to draft another cornerback. In this era of the passing NFL, you can't have too many good options at cornerback. Tyrann Mathieu has had his problems, but he's ready for a fresh start.

Round 4: WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M

Vincent Jackson is not the fastest guy in the world even if he is an excellent receiver. The 2013 NFL Draft has a lot of burners at wide receiver. Adding Ryan Swope would add a speed threat to the offense. Teams will always take notice of that one player who can run a 4.30 40-yard dash. Swope is that guy.

Round 4: TE Jordan Reed, Florida (via New England)

The Buccaneers don't have much in the way of tight ends outside of Tom  Crabtree who they signed earlier in the offseason. Adding Florida's Jordan Reed could be a good move for the Buccanneers to add some options at the position.

Round 5: DE/OLB John Simon, Ohio State

Adding depth to the defensive side of the ball, especially with Boers and Clayborn's injury history is pretty important. John Simon is a very talented player who can be used  as a defensive end or an outside linebacker. It might be unrealistic to think that Simon could slide this far, but you can never tell with the Draft.

Round 6: QB Sean Renfree, Duke

Everyone knows about the "big name" quarterbacks in this year's weak draft class. Not many people are aware of Sean Renfree who has slid under the radar. Renfree lead the Duke Blue Devils to a Bowl appearance and could be a solid developmental quarterback behind Josh Freeman and Dan Orlovsky