Vea was a really good pick. I thought, if the "big three" were gone at 7 and they stayed at 7, he should be the pick anyway over guys such as James, Fitzpatrick, etc. So the fact that they got him at 12 plus 2 other players makes it an even better choice. As a player, for 2019 he'll provide McCoy some help in the middle either taking the double team or rushing when McCoy is doubled (or tripled as he is from time to time). This could also keep both players fresher. However, do not get overly comfortable with the DT duo as this will be the only year we see them together. Ultimately he can be a dominating player.
Jones was a good pick. His receiving skills are unproven although this seems more of a lack of opportunity than skillset. Still, I'd prefer to see it demonstrated than hoping it is good. I'm sure the Bucs know what the skill level at the moment is. I've read completely divergent reports on his pass protecting which is actually pretty worrisome. Some reports say it is great. Others say that he can't be put on the field because it is so poor currently. Barber will get a lot of playing time because the Bucs like to run between the tackles. Jones is the home run hitting guy and I wouldn't be surprised if, assuming good health, they'll split series and snaps 60/30 in favor of Barber in 2018. He probably makes Rodgers expendable. They'll probably sign a more Barber type for the PS.
Stewart....weird pick but everything about him says safety to me. Tanks comp to Lenny Johnson I can see (a little more square build, not great speed to play nickel but will tackle). I'm going to guess that every evaluation the Bucs did with him was with the thought he'd play safety. However everything I've read about him says he was drafted to "compete" with Hargreaves. I don't think a team uses the 53rd pick in the draft to "compete" for a spot which is on the field 60% of the time. Tank says he can't play. To me that may be more telling than anything. I also understand that not every pick works with any team.
Davis....the pick that will likely make this a good draft or not so good a draft. As the barrier corner, he has to be a hit and right away. Everything about him says he can be that guy.
Cappa....I know as much about him as everyone else does. Nothing. He's pretty important because, if he can play, he frees up cap space (one of the few avenues to clearing cap space the Bucs currently have for 2018) if they can let Sweezy go. If Cappa can show he can play fairly early, they may either go with him or start Benecoch and let Sweezy go. If he's more of a project, then Sweezy probably needs to be held on to. I'm still not real comfortable here although Jensen will help and I thought Pamphile was a major issue with the OL to the point it was affecting both C and LT as well.
Whitehead is Revis' cousin minus the $16mil paycheck, rehabbing knee and the ability to play. Let's hope for the best.
Watson.....I have an affinity for FCS WRs since my son was one. The skillset and measurables look like pro material and there have been guys come from this level and at least make a roster. I'd be interested if he can play in the slot since that may make him more valuable. He's in a spot in which he probably doesn't have to contribute this season and may be more of a PS guy than anything else. He'll be battling guys such as Bobo Wilson and Martino for spots. I'm curious as to whether Bobo can take a step forward this season as I think he's got some talent although he's a knucklehead. Bobo should absolutely not room with Stewart in camp unless there is a desire to have OneBuc crumble to the ground.
Cichy....appears to be a guy who was projected much higher if he were healthy (round 2 or 3) but fell to 6 because of said health. If he's healthy maybe he can contribute. I don't know if he's a potential Mike, Will or SAM but the Wisconsin coaches said he was the best tackler in the conference.
Assuming good health. Vea, Jones and Davis play significant roles on the 2018 team. I hope that Cappa and one of Whitehead and Stewart also contribute to more that STs. Watson and Cichy are probably ST players. As always, it possible if not probable that some of these guys don't make the roster and/or find themselves behind UDFAs.