Although the offseason remains in its early stages as the 2021 NFL Draft looms large, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were somehow able to retain every single one of the team's starters from its run to a title a season ago. Slated to enter the upcoming 2021-22 campaign as the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Buccaneers are more than ready to potentially repeat as every piece of the puzzle remains in place for at least another go-round down in Tampa Bay.

With legendary quarterback Tom Brady leading the way on offense and a slew of talented defenders stringing together quite the stout unit on defense, there are no glaring needs for the Buccaneers at this time. However, that certainly won't stop general manager Jason Licht and head coach Bruce Arians from finding even more ways to improve this team when the 2021 NFL Draft ultimately rolls around.

As it stands today, the surging Buccaneers still own the No. 32 overall pick in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

WR Kadarius Toney, Florida

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It is entirely possible that former Florida Gators wide receiver Kadarius Toney is already off the board by the time the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock at No. 32 overall. Then again, because this year's group of wide receivers is so talented and so deep, there remains a legitimate chance that Toney is still around when the Buccaneers make a selection. If that is the case, the Buccaneers should jump at the chance to add yet another playmaker to an already prolific offensive attack.

With the wide receiver tandem of Chris Godwin and Mike Evans back for another round in Tampa Bay, fellow wideout Antonio Brown, who joined the Buccaneers late, remains a free agent. One way to fill the void left by Brown would be to add a player like Toney, who can truly do it all on offense. Both Godwin and Evans have encountered their fair share of injury troubles over the years, the presence of another wideout wouldn't be the worst outcome for general manager Jason Licht and the rest of the team's front office.

In what would become his final season at Florida, Toney tallied 70 catches for just under 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns. It is also worth noting that he could add a special wrinkle to the Buccaneers' offense due to his ability to run the ball and play on special teams as a return specialist as well.

DE Gregory Rousseau, Miami

Thanks to the fact that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be returning all of the team's starters from a season ago, the surging NFC South franchise is now in a perfect position to take a chance on a player with a ton of upside at No. 32 overall. With other franchises desperately in need of filling some major voids throughout the first round, the Buccaneers on the other hand have the luxury of being able to add depth and potential to an already stacked roster. There are very few positions in the NFL where a team can never have enough talent, and pass-rushing is certainly one of them.

With many experts currently predicting that former Miami Hurricanes pass rusher Gregory Rousseau could come off the board in either the first or second round, there is a pretty good chance that the former collegiate standout will still be available at No. 32. Even though Rousseau only really played one full season for the famed Hurricanes, it was quite a season in 2020-21 as the soon-to-be rookie pass rusher tallied 59 total tackles, two forced fumbles, one pass defense, and an incredible 15.5 sacks.

Joining a team like the Buccaneers that can help ease him into the league.

Buccaneers Trade Back Into Round No. 2 or No. 3

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers don't really have any true, outstanding needs on either side of the football heading into the draft. General manager Jason Licht should absolutely consider moving back into the second or third round. With the Buccaneers capping off the first round anyway, moving back into the second round wouldn't make all that much of a difference, to begin with, while teams looking to move up would be able to provide Tampa Bay with additional NFL Draft capital for either 2021 or beyond.

Due to the fact that the Buccaneers are looking to only really add depth to its roster at this point in the offseason, a solid pick in the second round could make some notable contributions right off the bat in addition to adding to Licht's stable of NFL Draft picks. With a deep and talented draft class currently in place, coupled with the fact that the Buccaneers are returning all of the team's starters from a season ago, Licht and company can truly do no wrong at pick No. 32 regardless of what ultimately happens.