Tampa, Fla. -- Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik continued to add productive players to a defense that struggled last year.
West Virginia linebacker Najee Goode was selected in the fifth round and joins Alabama safety Mark Barron and Nebraska linebacker Lavonte David.
Goode led the Mountaineers with 87 tackles while playing inside linebacker. He finished second on the team with 14 tackles for loss, which trailed only the 15 by Seattle first-round pick defensive end Bruce Irvin. Goode also added five sacks.
Travis Bell, 10 News