My Broncos Big Board – 1st round


Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss, Jr, 6’5’’, 310 lbs): OT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st (top 5 player on the Board)

General Overview: great size and power. Inconsistent with his feet and body balance. Has some problems with quick edge pass rusher meanwhile he completely owns inside power rushers. Has a ton of potential. Could be used in power blocking scheme but also in the zone blocking because he’s extraordinary athletic and moves around very well for a guy of his size. Still he’s stiff at times in pass protection. I think that right now he’s not ready to play LT in the NFL, but could play RT for a number of teams. I will need one year to becoming comfortable at LT, if he could learn to drag his feet better so that he could maintain balance and move quickly.

My Broncos Evaluation: the Broncos don’t have a shot at him and I don’t think they should think to trade up in the top 10 picks to select him.

Robert Nkemdiche (Ole Miss, Jr, 6’3’’, 296 lbs): DE/NT, Best prospect related to scheme and skills required.

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st (top 5 player on the Board)

General Overview: character concern here, has a great first step and quickness but looks to use inconsistently elite power and strength, behavior that he could modify. Has great size and potential. Does not show many pass rushing moves and have to learn to get better body balance to not be moved away from the play by Olinemen. Still a great potential with all the tools to become a dominant force in the NFL.

My Broncos Evaluation: now what the Broncos think about this player depends on if they drop him from their board completely for character issues or not. If they don’t he might be one of the premier players they’re hoping to fall to them. He won’t be the substitute of Malik Jackson in his rookie year, he has too much to learn, but he could be  a solid rotational lineman that could really contribute in the pass rush at first and become more powerful and aware in the run defense then, just as Malik did in 2015. He could become one of the most dominant players by the time his rookie contract will expire: if he could handle the professionalism of the NFL.

Jalen Ramsey (Florida State, Jr, 6’1’’, 209 lbs): CB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st (top 5 player on the Board)

General Overview: great athleticism and really smooth runner. He has the tools to become a shut down corner in the NFL. Played a lot of man to man blanketing completely WRs. Has quickness and some explosion after the WR made the catch. limiting the yard after catch numbers. Also tries to get to the ball before to settle to the tackle. One of the best defenders in the Draft, up to what I saw until now.

My Broncos Evaluation: Denver should trade up selling the house. And there are already three, at least, cover corner on the roster. He’s really good but not as much and as needed as to pack the house and move in the top 3 spots to land him.

DeForest Buckner (Oregon, rSr, 6’7”, 290 lbs): DE,

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st (top 15 player on the Board)

General Overview: big and athletic. Looks to lack the elite first step and sometime looks to be a bit off of his best. Could become a stout 3-4 DE and a slippery 4-3 DE if work ethic will be there. Not a finished product, will need patience but the potential is there to become by year 2 a good starter and by year 3 a really important player on a team that will not need him to be consistent as a rookie.

My Broncos Evaluation: I will be ok, not blown out, if Denver selects him if he slides (and he has to slide a lot since previous to the senior bowl he’s considered a top 5 pick). A team as the Broncos would be his best landing spot where he could play a bit, put few sacks and number there while on a reserve role and under the solid leadership of teammates to the take off in year two with a body strengthened by one year of professional football. I will not like Denver to trade up more than 12 spots to go and gets him.

Myles Jack (UCLA, Jr, 6’1”, 245 lbs): ILB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st (top 20 player on the Board)

General Overview: from the tape on him there is no doubt that he has a lot of talent, top 10 picks talent. But a torn ACL on end of September is not helping his cause. At the combine he`ll be checked carefully but still he’s not the Todd Gurley of LBs in this year draft. If his knee will get back perfect, he could be developed in a great player given his cover skills and his instincts. His speed and quickness, lateral movement will be checked carefully and for sure he won’t be 100% during his rookie year, given that his recovery is coming very smoothly. Anything shorter than that and he won’t be a first rounder, maybe even a second rounder. His assets are his quickness, his aggressiveness and his cover skills. He will need to bulk up and get more functional strength to be able to adsorb all the hits he’ll be supposed to deliver. Before the injury he had special skills, but Gurley was more special than Jack.

My Broncos Evaluation: here I foresee that his knee is completely healed to play in 2016 and he’ll be back 100% in his second year. The Broncos will love to have him a little bit down the road as ILB for the 3-4 defense and they don’t need him to be impactful as a rookie because even with the departure of Trevathan there is enough depth to allow Jack to recover. This would be also the best career scenario for Jack, he could be able to get back without being rush and evaluated immediately. If the Broncos will have to trade up I will be ok if the picks traded won’t include any 2nd rounder.

A’Shawn Robinson (Alabama, Sr, 6’4”, 317 lbs):  NT/DE

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st

General Overview: great frame and size. Very powerful especially in the lower body area. Has some quickness for a man of his size but lack elite lateral agility. Because of his size he’s a huge target for olinemen. Has a strong bull rush but not many more pass rush movement. Really stout against the run, shows capability to move a double team and really few times is on the ground. Played on Dline at Alabama, I see him mostly as NT in the NFL.

My Broncos Evaluation: His size and power cannot be passed up. Still I don’t see him as finished product or ready to make a huge impact for any team, even for Dline needy ones. He could be helpful but would need to understand and adapt his game to NFL huge and powerful Olinemen and the speed of the game. For the Broncos he could be a great option at NT: he has the nasty demeanor and aggressiveness that Phillips demands and love, still whit Sylvester Williams under contract andlevel of play of the 2015 season it would be really strange to me if the Broncos will trade up to get Robinson. I don’t think, barring caracter issues, that Robinson will fall to the end of the first round. Still a 1st round talent for what the Broncos look for in prospect maybe a middle first.

Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame, rJr, 6’6”, 312 lbs): OT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st

General Overview: Great size and really good power. Consistent with his feet in pass blocking, does a great job against power pass rusher and also does well, but with more fits, against outside rusher. Still NFL outside speed rusher will give him troubles for a while until he could not have better body balance and functional strength that would allow him to become even more agile. In the running game he’s less powerful than expected but has great drive when reaching the second level and is able to place a very good block on the  move. He’s more pro-ready than Tunsil because he’s a better pass protector, but I feel Tunsil has more potential. Still a needy team could start Stanley at LT as a rookie; he will have growing pains but will not be completely miserable.

My Broncos Evaluation: The Broncos don’t have a shot at him and I don’t think they think to trade up in the top 3 – 10 picks to select him.

Laquon Treadwell (Ole Miss, Jr, 6’2”, 221 lbs): WR

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st

General Overview: He should be taken in the top 10. He’s a true playmaker that actually blocks very well and is playing hard on plays also when they are on the other side of the field and he just have to fake running routes. He can get better at blocking, but he’s doing very well for collegiate level. He lacks top speed but plays hard, run very good routs and has great quickness with whom he’s able to break free from coverage.

My Broncos Evaluation: Denver still has one of the best tandem of the league in Thomas and Sanders. Next year Sanders will be gone but Thomas should stick around. Treadwell is a true number 1 receiver. I don’t think Denver should trade up for him but he’s still one of the top players in the draft.

Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State, Jr, 6’0”, 225 lbs): RB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st

General Overview: Powerful and explosive runner. Not very elusive. Hits the hole with speed and has a second gear but wears down in footrace. He breaks tackles and gains extra yardage after first contact. Patient runner is able to wait until the hole is there. Has lower body power and good but not great balance. No evidence of pass catching and blocking skills.

My Broncos Evaluation: It’s totally improbable that he will be there at 31st for the Broncos and I would not want then to trade up to select him. But if he would be there, he might be their best player on the board and select him. Do the Broncos need a runner like him? No. he does not fit perfectly what Kubiak requires to a RB: he’s not a one cut runner by any means, he has some explosion but does not have the one cut and go and vision that is related with. He’s a complete runner, that can run inside the tackles and tossing it around with good results if Olinemen and receivers do their assignments. I think he’s a bit overrated. He is very good, not even close to be Gurley’s good.

Vernon Hargreaves III (Florida, Jr, 5’11”, 204 lbs): CB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st

General Overview: has elite athleticism and speed. Really fluid while running, very good lateral movements and good strength. Great coverage skills in the short and middle range. Get lost at time in deep coverage. Very good in run support and in open field tackling. One of the best prospects in the draft.

My Broncos Evaluation: Denver will have to trade up a lot even in the best case scenario that he’d slide until the 2oth pick. It won’t happen so I’m not too worried about it. Still he is really good and to me is quite there with Ramsey, being Hargreaves more ready to play slot as a rookie and see when he’d be able to take over mentally to be a Nº1 or 2 corner.

Darian Thompson (Boise State, rSr, 6’1”, 208 lbs): S

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: not as athletic as Ramsey, but not so far behind. Aggressive and instinctive player, with quickness and love for hitting the opponent. Really disruptive both in the run game and in the passing game. Kind of a modern S that can play well enough both SS and FS. Has good enough tackling technique and does a good job in open field.

My Broncos Evaluation Wow. I think that if Thompson will be there at 31st, he should be in serious conversation to be the pick. No joke. He’s really good and vastly underrated at the moment. I don’t care about his 40 yard dash at the combine, he has instincts and is a playmaker and could play both at FS and SS. With a year of learning behind Stewart and Ward, in 2017 he’d be more than ready to take over as a starter, having potential to become a Pro-Bowler.

Germain Ifedi (Texas A&M, rJr, 6’6”, 324 lbs): OT/G

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: has kind of heavy feet that he moves quickly but that limits somehow his body balance and his quick reaction to the defender. Has great size and thick body. Has the look of a powerful inside Olinemen and he could start his Pro career there. Has some serious athleticism for a man of his size. Has good enough technique in pass blocking, staying low with his huge body and moving well his feet. Has very good awareness.

My Broncos Evaluation: he is athletic enough to play in a zone blocking scheme as the Broncos use. He can play RT as rookie for a number of teams and he could develop into being a reliable swing T that could start and do well at LT in case of  no better option and surely in case of need. He could also play inside at G: he’s powerful and looks to have long arms; I think the Broncos could like his versatility, if they envision him at Guard too. He won’t be there at 63rd and overall he won’t look bad at 31st overall.

Jason Spriggs (Indiana, Sr, 6’6”, 301 lbs): OT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: good size, could add some weight. Looks very athletic. Needs to get better technique in the first step he stays too tall and has to bend more so that quick and powerful NFL defenders won’t take advantage of it. Lacks a bit of quickness at the snap maybe because of awareness: when he’s on, he has quick reaction to the snap, other times he’s a bit slow and could be exposed by the defender or be late on the assignment costing no gain or loss of yards in the play. Could be more powerful and will have to get better functional strength. He plays physically using his body in the block. Move well when required and looks comfortable at it.

My Broncos Evaluation: the Broncos have the 31st and the 63rd picks. The first rounder could be a bit high for selecting Spriggs but for sure he won’t slide until the 63rd. I think he should be taken around pick 40th – 45th but definitely he could go higher because the position he plays and the potential he has. He’s a bit of a project but his size and athletic skills are first round material. I think he could adapt sooner and fare better on a zone scheme team as the Broncos are.

Darron Lee (Ohio State, rSor, 6’1”, 235 lbs): ILB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st – 2nd

General Overview: has speed and is quick. Has great awareness and is always around the play. Still often his tackling technique is not good enough and making useless his awareness. Would still need to bulk up and become more powerful in order to be able to absorb hits at the NFL level.  Has played a lot of zone defense at Ohio State and could have problems covering NFL TEs man to man. Has to develop his body. He showed that has the mindset to be a winner, this should not overshadow that his tackling technique has to improve together with his cover skills.

My Broncos Evaluation: bad tackling, a lot of shoulder tackling that allows the opponent to at least gain some extra yards. Some missed tackle in big moments not weighted by big plays in other big moments. He’s always around the ball, has great instincts, but he’s a great If. I would like the Broncos to focus on less boom or bust prospects in round 1, but he has the talent to be a top 20 selection.

Kenny Clark (UCLA, Jr, 6’2”, 310 lbs): NT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: strong and powerful, looks bigger in pads than his actual height. Has exceptional explosion at the snap for a player of his size, lacks elite lateral movements so he’s kinda stuck when in need to move away from a block. Has potential both in run stopping and in pass rushing but will need to adapt his play and learn the speed and power of the NFL Olinemen. Especially disruptive against the pass when he’s man to man against the Center.

My Broncos Evaluation: he’s an interesting player that IMO could attract the Broncos because they don’t need to start him at NT right – away.  Clark will need to be part of a team with a strong leadership where he will be able to learn technique and also the mental aspect of the game. The Broncos could be a perfect landing spot for him, being him a bit raw IMO: these are the reason why I would prefer if the Broncos would use a 2nd rounder on him, maybe trading down few spots from the 31st and getting him with the 35th overall could be the best place. If not possible to get an early second, at 31st, depending who will fall, he could be Denver target too.

William Jackson III (Houston, Sr, 6’0”, 189 lbs): CB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: physical player that has good but not great speed, little bit less fluid in his movement than the top of the class, great sense for the ball and like to give big hits. Looks bigger that his listed size. Really explosive to the ball and has really good sense for making plays.

My Broncos Evaluation: I like a lot what I saw on him. I think that he lacks elite speed but has very good instincts and has a really physical style of play. Good tackling technique. He has less lateral movement than Apple and Alexander but he’s the kind of CB that the Broncos like. I think there are more glaring needs for Denver to worry at the end of the first round, but if he’d be there, he could be too good to be passed up.

Kevin Dodd (Clemson, rJr, 6’5”, 277 lbs): DE

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: flashy DE that has size, speed, balance and a sort of good enough quickstep to become a reliable pass-rusher 3-4 DE in the NFL. Will have to strength up a bit his lower body because looks bigger than his size and in the pros Olinemen will be bigger and stronger. Has a tons of material to start with but he’s not a finished product. High potential.

My Broncos Evaluation: I would really like the Broncos to have the opportunity to select him. He could put up some sacks in his rookie years while focusing in gaining the power he’d need to be a great starter for Denver from year 2.

Cody Whitehair (Kansas State, rSr, 6’4”, 301 lbs): OG

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: very versatile Olineman, that played G and OT in college playing LT in 2015. He’s a polished blocker that has athleticism, bend well in pass block, has quickness and gets easily to the second level of defenders in the running game. Has power and lower body strength, could get more. Lacks a bit of intensity and nastiness in his play. Could have problem with quick pass rusher when stays too much in his position, maybe an awareness little issue there. When focused is really polished and does very well in his assignment. Technically very sound, one of the best in this year draft.

My Broncos Evaluation: I don’t like his lack of intensity in his game style, but I cannot deny that he’s one of the best Olinemen of this year draft. He could easily develop in a very good left tackle or G or everything he wants. My question is: does he want it? I hope the Broncos had to figured out by now and I’m playing this like they got to know that he loves the game and that he’ll do all the necessary work to be a great player. In this case he’s a top 15 talent in this draft. If he’s there at 31st, he could be and, based on depth and talent, should be the pick. But he’s a bit boom or bust here. I really do like his talents but I I don’t know if he’ll put all the effort needed to become a successful Pro.

Jarran Reed (Alabama, Sr, 6’3”, 311lbs): DE/NT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st – 2nd

General Overview: Reed is a force against the run. Lower body is incredibly powerful and is hard to move him. Against the run does a good job even when double teamed. Is not the quickest Dlinemen at the snap, lacks a bit of explosion in the pass rush but looks to be aware of each and every play, skill not very common on NFL draft prospects. May turn out to be a two downs Dlineman, but he’s very capable right away to play those two downs.

My Broncos Evaluation: Because he’s ready right now to play against the run, I think he could be in serious conversation for being drafted by the Broncos if still on the board. I would not trade up to select a two downs Dlineman. I like him because the Broncos could use him in rotation right away and he would be productive from day one.

Kamalei Correa (Boise State, Jr, 6’3”, 245 lbs): OLB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: quick and fast, has some explosion in his initial steps. Plays with urgency and looks to have good awareness. Maybe lacks elite athleticism but looks to be full effort player. Looks to have a good functional strength and to be smooth enough in his pass rush to be a solid three downs player in the NFL once he will get used to the speed of the Pros. DE in the 4-3 alignment, OLB or even DE on passing downs in the 3-4 scheme. At the moment underrated, will soon raise his draft status because of the stress to find pass rusher in the NFL.

My Broncos Evaluation: I do like what I see in his videos. Off course he played in the Mountain West and he faced lesser competition than SEC prospects, but I like his first steps and his attitude, always tuned in and aware. He might soar up into 1st round discussion for some team, but I personally think that Denver should start considering him only if at the end of the second round he’ll be still on the board. He will have to develop and maybe he hasn’t the same potential than other players. For these reason I think that 2nd round is his value for the Broncos.

Paxton Lynch (Memphys, rJr, 6’7”, 244 lbs): QB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: looks to be a kind of statue in the backfield, lacking pocket presence and movements. He’s a scrambler for need but has serious speed when at it. Footwork is questionable. Great arm and good accuracy. Needs a good offensive line job not to feel the pressure. Looks to perform the read of only a couple of targets before to throw and often force the throw on a closing window. WR drops count a good number of his incompletion %, to be said. Does not have a good body language.

My Broncos Evaluation: he’s really raw. In my opinion he has all the physical tools to become a good starter in the league but his length and not the fastest release will make him the favorite target of NFL pass rusher. He looks to me as raw as Osweiler when he declared for the NFL draft, a bit rawer than Derek Carr that was doing most of the same things on the field but with more confidence. Given the circumstances I would not be mad if the Broncos would take him at 31st overall, but I’m not onboard with trading up to select him, not in this draft where there is talent at other positions. He really reminds me of Osweiler. If Denver FO will decide that he’s the one they want, I think he would benefit to sit for at least a couple of years, get stronger and learn everything he can from Kubiak to become a better player overall. I personally hope the Broncos will go a different direction or some other team will draft him ahead of Denver, so the Broncos won’t have to consider him at 31st. UPDATE: the LA Rams traded up to 1st overall to select a QB. There is a great chance Paxton Lynch will be selected in the top 10 (San Francisco or somebody trading up) or 19th by the Bills or the latest at 20 something by some team that might want to groom him behind its actual starter. I repeat that there will be a lot of talent at other position between 30th and 60th, is not the year to trade up, if nothing is the year to trade few spots down.

Connor Cook (Michigan State, Sr, 6’4”, 214 lbs): QB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: the most Pro-ready of the projected 1st rounders between QBs. He has a soft touch to the ball as Goff but a better arm strength. Accuracy is ok downfield but erratic at times in short and intermediate throws. Move a bit in the pocket but not as much as he should,  being too much target of sacks or hits:  in the NFL would lead to injuries. Footwork looks ok but at times but he also pulls some downfield throw from the back foot: in college you can get away with it but in the NFL is improbable. Somehow it looks that he does not have much potential maybe because he started 37 games for Michigan State. He could end up being the Andy Dalton of the 2016 draft.

My Broncos Evaluation: I think that the Broncos have a very good internal source of news about Cook and how he handles himself and the team: Bennie Fowler played with Cook two years ago and could add some info about the person and the leader. I personally would like Denver to go after some other prospect with a bit more of potential than Cook, but Michigan State prospects are somehow lately underrated and they perform better than expected. I just would prefer the Broncos not to select him 31st overall, a 2nd rounder is a more fair grade IMO.

Emmanuel Ogbah (Oklahoma State, Jr, 6’3”, 275 lbs): DE

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st – 2nd

General Overview: looks bigger than his reported size. Has a quick step but has to learn to control it, at times he puts himself out of the play by overrun it. Has to gain lower body strength and balance to be a force in the NFL against the run. I see him as a 3-4 DE or 4-3 DT that could bring inside pressure to the QB in passing downs early on in his career, until he won’t be stouter against the run.

My Broncos Evaluation: I think he has to develop his game and his quickness at the snap to be a very good LT in the NFL. He has all the tools and just need a coaching staff that would give him a couple of years to be comfortable and become a great asset. Still he has to want it and has to work a lot to get there. He has latent athleticism and moves very well so I think he could be a good developmental fit in both power and zone blocking schemes.

Taylor Decker (Ohio State, Sr, 67”, 310 lbs): OT

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st 1st – 2nd

General Overview: has great size and very good feet. Move very well in pass protection. At times he’s late on engaging the pass rusher, could have problems because of this with experienced NFL speedy pass rushers. In the running game, when asked he reach very athletically the second level of defenders and gets contact with his assignment but not always finishes his block, leaving free the opponent to get back to the play. On the line of scrimmage he shows very good strength and power, able to move his opponent and create holes for the running lane.

My Broncos Evaluation: I think he has to develop his game and his quickness at the snap to be a very good LT in the NFL. He has all the tools and just need a coaching staff that would give him a couple of years to be comfortable and become a great asset. Still he has to want it and has to work a lot to get there. He has latent athleticism and moves very well so I think he could be a good developmental fit in both power and zone blocking schemes.

Joshua Garnett (Stanford, Sr, 6’4”, 312 lbs): OG

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: strong and athletic OG, able to anchor well and to pull in the running game, run quick and well to reach the second level of defenders. Has experience in playing I formations and bootlegs schemes, able to take really good angles at blocking in the running game. Has some experience in zone blocking scheme.

My Broncos Evaluation: the Broncos interviewed him at the combine. My grade reflects the fact that I don’t think that Garnett will be on the board at 63rd overall. Either the Broncos select him with the 31st pick or they find a way to trade down in the top 10 12 picks of the 2nd round and take him there. Between him and Whitehair, I like more Whitehair for the versatility but Garnett could be plugged in at LG or RG and play as rookie. He shows intensity and physicality. Plus could play for both zone and power blocking schemes. I do like him, I just wonder if is worth a 1st rounder for a G but I guess, since he’ll be a starter on day 1 in that case, that he’d depend on who is still at the board at 31st. He should be, but he won’t at 63rd.

Will Fuller (Notre Dame, Jr, 6’0”, 186 lbs): WR

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: maybe not the most athletic WR in pads, but has really good speed, thought not great, unmatched quickness in his first steps and plays physical football. He looks to be a true competitor. Has some decent blocking skills too. Looks to have really reliable hands and great concentration. Wasn’t asked to run complex routs but able to break free using double steps and misdirection.

My Broncos Evaluation: I might not be on the board when Denver will select at 31st overall, but if he would I think that even with the great depth the Broncos have at the moment, Fuller for skills and style of playing, would be a great addition. Would not see the field that much in 2016 but he will be then ready to get the n2 WR spot in 2017 once Sanders will be let go in free agency. I really do like Fuller a lot, Treadwell is the best WR prospect but Fuller is the second best option at WR for the Broncos and maybe an option at 31st. In my personal board he’s a top 20 prospect and should not be there at 30 something….

Noah Spence (Eastern Kentucky, rJr, 6’3”, 254 lbs): OLB

Projected Round My Broncos Big board
1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd

General Overview: has a quick first step, acceleration and speed. Looks to have enough power to face Olinemen on every snap. Has good size for an edge rusher but will have to learn how to set his arms and hands to shed blocks and pass rushing moves not to rely only on his quickness and speed.

My Broncos Evaluation: Character concerns. Transferred from Ohio State to Eastern Kentucky. Has all the gifts needed to become a very good NFL edge rusher but will need to learn how to break free from Olinemen blocks. He’s very raw. The big question is: is he coachable? Will he put his efforts on learning how to be dominant and dedicate himself to that? He will go really high in the 1st round, and after taking Shane Ray last year trading up, I don’t think that the Broncos will do it again, even if the talent is there, it could be worth of it. Low chances that he’ll still be on the board at  31st, The Broncos could pull the trigger.

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