The Tampa Bay Bucs finished up their work in the NFL draft, evidently looking for backups and special team players.
The Bucs picked up Ryan Smith of North Carolina Central, who will compete for playing time at nickel back, in the fourth round.
They picked up tackle Caleb Benenock of UCLA in the fifth.
In the sixth, they drafted Oklahoma linebacker and Northwestern fullback Dan Vitale in the depth part of the draft.
Smith is the fourth cornerback the team has acquired since the off-season began, two in free agency and two in the draft. Benenock has a shot to grow into the team’s right tackle.
Bond seems as if he will be a special teamer, but the Bucs seem set at linebacker.Vitale has a chance to be a blocking fullback.