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Buccaneers draft CMU’s Luke Goedeke in 2nd round

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Houston defensive lineman Logan Hall. Coach Todd Bowles says the 6-foot-6, 285-pound tackle was one of several players the Bucs were considering taking at No. 27. The Buccaneers selected Central Michigan University’s Luke Goedeke, an offensive tackle, as their 37th pick.
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Buccaneers draft DT Logan Hall, G Luke Goedeke in 2nd round

By FRED GOODALL AP Sports WriterTAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicked off the second night of the NFL draft by selecting Houston defensive lineman Logan Hall with the 33rd overall pick. Coach Todd Bowles says the 6-foot-6, 285-pound tackle was one of several players the Bucs were considering taking at No. 27 before the team traded out of the first round. In return for allowing Jacksonville to trade up to take linebacker Devin Lloyd,…

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Detroit Free Press

NFL draft: Central Michigan OL Luke Goedeke picked by Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Round 2

He'd given up football, going to a Division III school. Four years later, Luke Goedeke, the All-MAC tackle for CMU, got drafted by xxxx.

3 months ago·Detroit, United States
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Buccaneers draft CMU’s Luke Goedeke in 2nd round

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicked off the second night of the NFL draft by selecting Houston defensive lineman Logan Hall with the 33rd overall pick.

3 months ago
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Bleacherreport

Luke Goedeke NFL Draft 2022: Scouting for Tampa Bay Buccaneers' IOL

HEIGHT: 6'5" WEIGHT: 312 HAND: 9 3/4" ARM: 32 1/4" WINGSPAN: 6'7 7/8" 40-YARD DASH: DNP 3-CONE: DNP...

3 months ago·United States
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Luke Goedeke of Valders High School selected by Tampa Bay, five Wisconsin Badgers picked in rounds 3-7 in the 2022 NFL draft

Five former Wisconsin Badgers have been taken in the 2022 NFL draft: Leo Chenal and Logan Bruss in the third round, Jake Ferguson in the fourth and Matt Henningsen in the sixth and Faion Hicks in the seventh.

3 months ago
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