2019 NFL Draft: my Denver Broncos Big Board


This is my remaining big board for the Broncos, I really could not watch film off all the prospect that are generally expected to be drafted this year….

School Height Weight Projected My Round Broncos Take
Jachai Polite OLB Florida 6’2″ 258 1st – 2nd 1st Has just average size for a 3-4 OLB and a bit undersized for a 4-3 DEin the NFL. Has speed out of the snap and great acceleration. Has the possibility to become a consistent pass rusher in the NFL. UPDATE: Elways said that the Broncos don’t have any 1st round grade remaing on the board, so either they actually graded him lower or they don’t have him on the board
Austin Bryant OLB Clemson 6’4″ 271 2nd – 3rd 1st Had pectoral injury at the combine. From his tape he’s a 1st round pick. He has some issues at times shedding blocks even thought he’s big and looks powerfull he can’t get out of the blocking T at times. Other times he flashes out from the outside and can cut back in the inside. Looks to always make a play in the backfield. Not mauch experience in coverage, more of a pass rusher or Dline defender at Clemson. The Broncos need quelity depth at OLB, I don’t think thta they will use a 1st round pick at OLB, but if he slides to the third because of his injury, he could be targeted there early on by Denver. UPDATE: Elways said that the Broncos don’t have any 1st round grade remaing on the board, so either they actually graded him lower or they don’t have him on the board
Drew Lock QB Missouri 6’4” 223 1st-2nd 1st – 2nd Rumored to be the most liked Qb by the Broncos in 2019 class. Has good patience, able to read downfield, has the legs to move around a bit if pressured. Has good but not superquick release of the ball. Inconsistent with decisions at times, could get a bit confused by pressure. Can make great throws in small windows and then take very bad decisions the very next play. Inconsistent.
C Gardner-Johnson S Florida 6’0″ 207 1st – 2nd 1st – 2nd Has good size and looks athletic. Looks to be costantly on top of the play and has the quickness to shed blocks and make plays on the LOS. Looks to be a solid tackler and really physical player. Can cover also. Complete player that might have to bulk up a bit for the NFL but looks to have great talent. Played also gunner in special teams.
Julian Love CB Notre Dame 5’11” 193 2nd 1st – 2nd Has average size in the NFL even a bit short iof to play man to man with number 1 receivers. Lacks elite speed but has very good body balance and is quite explosive in changing direction. A figther in coverage, spend most of his game on a island. He’s very stcky and is able to tackle quickly after the catch. Good enough tackler in open field. Kind of corner that the Broncos could be interested to brings some depth as a rookie and then a starter in year two or three. Underrated cover corner.
Damian Harris RB Alabama 5’10” 214 2nd 2nd Very good patience and visión. Very good body language. Has some speed and burnst to get across the hole, able to take one cut and go. Good hands as a received out of the backfield or as pressure escape valve. Does not fear contact and is able to get some extra yards after first contact. The Broncos won’t be in the market for RBs but Harris has the talent to be a very productive running back for long time on a west coast offense as the Broncos look to bring back.
Dalton Risner OT Kansas State 6’5” 300 2nd 2nd Has very good size and body type. Looks to be able to put up more pounds if asked. Has quiestionable feet and backfooting, a bit stiff in pass protection, lacks elite athleticism and balance. Looks to be better suited at OG in the NFL and then maybe at RT. looks powerful and dominant in run protection. Looks quite ready to go at the NFL level, the Broncos are looking for OG help and T depth and he could be the perfect combo. They may have to trade up at the end of round 1 if they wants to secure him, he might not be there when the Broncos will select in the 2nd round that is where they might naturally look at him.
Marquise Brown WRS Oklahoma 5’11” 185 1st – 2nd 2nd Has great athletic skills and speed. Also explosive and very aggressive on the field. Looks like a perfect outside receiver athta has also teh quickness to run inside routes. Injured is ACL training for the Draft so I might fall some in the draft. No signs of blocking skills. I think that the Broncos might have him on their board if their doctor clear him out, and He might have a 1st round grade, even though after his injury he won’t be in conversation at 10th overall. But in the 2nd round he might be the target.
Kris Boyd CB Texas 6’0″ 195 4th 2nd – 3rd Has good size and very good athletic skills. Lacks a bit of fluidity running but has some very good speed that allows him to stay with most od NCAA receivers. Play abit dirty at times and calls some penalty. Very sturdy player that can make big plays after a penalty mistake. Kinda of CB that the Broncos might like.
Anthony Nelson DL5T Iowa 6’7″ 271 3rd 2nd – 3rd Has great size and very good combo speed/power coming off the edge. Looks to be more athletic than his brother Matt, gritty football player that has power and strength to go along with inicial burnst. The Broncos could look at him in the late 2nd round where they already selected physical imponent DEs.
Michael Deiter OG Wisconsin 6’5” 309 2nd 2nd – 3rd Has great size and looks quite powerful and stout, bends well in pass protection, anchor ok againts powerful bull rush. Looks at his best when being aggressive in his block and attacking the defender right at the snap. Lacks elite athleticism and looks a bit heavy footed both when pulling and in short area movement. Understad blocking angles and makes good use of them. I think the Broncos would try to go to amore athletic Olinemen. His flexibility on the Oline could be on his favour but i think the Broncos would go at a T that could play G too and that would be more athletic.
Gerald Willis III DL3T Miami (FL) 6’2″ 302 2nd – 3rd 2nd – 3rd Has average size for NFL Nose Tackle or 1.Technique. Has some very good quickness at the snao and interesting explosion for a player at his position. Could occupy blockers and also move laterally. Not elite in any of the aspects but very rounded and gritty. I guess the consensus on hi is that maybe there is less potential than other prospects but I think he could become a very good interior Dlinemen that could create havoc in pass protection and can be very solid against the run.
Dawson Knox TE Mississippi 6’4” 254 3rd – 4th 2nd – 3rd Has very good size, has the frame to add some more pounds and is a quite complete player. Will need to get better lower body strength to inclrease his body balance but is a very good inline blocker, an H-Back that could escort the RB into the second line of defensers. Also very quick at the snap in runnig  his route, has soem serious game speed and good enough hands. Run some simple routes but did it efficiently. Underrated prospect by national media. The Broncos interviewed him, hopefully there is no red flag with him and IMO he can be a nice 22nd round pick that has some development to do but that can contribute some as a rookie.
Saivion Smith CB Alabama 6’1” 200 2nd-3rd 3rd Has very good size. Able to make very good open field tackles. Medical Re-Cjeck at the combine will lower his stock (depending on what is due teh re-check). Physical player in the way the Broncos like, fast and clean to the ball carrier in run support, quite fast reading the play when underway, and quick in react to the play.
Vosean Joseph OLB Florida 6’1″ 230 4th 3rd Quick and fast coming into the backfield to make plays. Has very good awareness and is able to make good tackles in open field. Sideline to sideline linebacker. Overspeed the play at times. A bit undersized for an NFL linebacker, including the 3-4 pass rusher LB. Misses Tackles at times. Great talent at College level but would need somebody in the NFL that could use him at his strength neither ILB neither OLB. He’s too light and will need time to adapt his body to NFL game as inside LB. Inconsistent player at times. Still his quickness, speed and potential will make him very interesting for a team looking for depth at OLB as the Broncos are. A bit of injury concern here too. Played special team coverage too.
Te’Von Coney ILB Notre Dame 6’0″ 244 4th 3rd Lacks ideal size, has very good athletic skills and good game speed. Looks to be sideline to sideline type of linebacker, active and rangy. Very athletic, rangy and with good instinct. Lacks the elite quickness and speed to go with RB in passign coverage all out, but has some very good athletic skills that could help him become very solid in coverage. eminds me of a faster Trevathan.
Amani Hooker S Iowa 6’0″ 210 3rd 3rd Very athletic and quick player. Fast coming down in run support. Able to stick around to the receiver in  coverage and aggressive enough to fight the catch with big TEs. Has some good instincts. He’s fast, not explosive but has very good athleticism on he field. Lacks elite speed and elite closing speed. He could interest the Broncos a lot since most of incubent Safeties will be free agent next year.
Zach Allen DE Boston College 6’4” 279 2nd 3rd Has some great size and speed ration for a 4-3 DE and 3-4 DE. He lacks the explosion and the drop in coveregae skills to play OLB in the 3-4 alignment. Solid player that looks to have less power that what he could and a very good speed and bending ability coming off the edge. Sturdy player, doesn’t give up and playes until the whistle. Lacks elite athleticism but makes up with some very good instinct. The Broncos might see him as 3-4 DE that would have to “convert” himself a bit: he has the size, the skills to be a solid player against the run and could also collapse the pocket in pass defense with his initial quickness and burnst.
 Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State 6’2” 205 2nd 3rd Has great size and very good footwork and quickness to be a consistent man coverage CB in the NFL. Played a mix of zone and man coverage, has very good vision and is able to make tackles in open field although his technique need to get better for the NFL. Has athletic skills, thought not elite, not the most physical corner. All in all a prospetc with some upside that could allow the Broncos to bring some more needed depth at CB.
David Montgomery RBF Iowa State 5’11” 222 2nd – 3rd 3rd Fluid runner with very good size broad shoulder that runs hard hit hard defenders and is able to get extra yardage running through defenders. Able to make defenders miss, has very good speed hitting the hole and looks to have a quite good and low body balance which is rare in a running back of his size. Reliable ball catcher out of the backfield. Willing blocker on open field. I don’t think the Broncos will select a running back with a draft pick, but if they do Montgomery is a very interesting player that for sure has attracted Broncos interest.
Mack Wilson ILB Alabama 6’1” 239 2nd 3rd – 4th Aggressive and powerful while blitzing. Quick and fast covering his gap in run protection. Has good but not great size. Has sone quickness and speed to go and cover RBs coming out of the backfield but has little experience in playing man to man. No very big and fast to cover pass catching TEs in the NFL.
Riley Ridley WRF Georgia 6’2″ 200 2nd – 3rd 3rd – 4th Able to make some block at the LOS and downfield. Has very good size. Runs good enough routes, is always dialed in the play even if his assignment is blocking or faking a route to brong away the defender. I think the Broncos would like the football player, he lacks the elite speed and explosion to be selected in the first round. I think the Broncos have a solid 3rd round on him and depending on how other position will go down before the 3rd round and in the 4th if Ridley falls a bit, he could be in serious consideration because him as football player.
Miles Boykin WRF Notre Dame 6’4″ 220 4th 3rd – 4th Has great size and looks to be very athletic playing football. Has good movement and good enough speed to be a terror on college games. Can use his body and his size to secure the catch and has some very good athletic skills to be able to come down with the ball when disputed. lacks elite quickness and acceleration, does not have a seconfd gear in open field. Runs easy routs quite well, able to understand the defense and find where he needs to be to be open. The Broncos can see on him a passession receiver but also a big target that can help in some short yard situation. To mee it looks like the missing piece at WR, hes not athletic as DT but can do some of the things DT did and pair well with incumbent WRs. Will need to learn how to block and have the urgency of doing it.
Bobby Evans OG Oklahoma 6’4″ 312 3rd – 4th 3rd – 4th Played LT in his last year in Oklahoma, lacks a bit of height for playing that positions in the NFL together with some athletic skills and explosion at the snap. Quite powerfull, might be better suited to be a OG in the NFL where he could use his body and stregth. Has some athleticism to play zone scheme but better suited to be playing interior olineman in the NFL. The Broncos could be interested on him between the tird round to the fifth because he cuould be both OG and T in case of necessity.
Kaden Smith TE Stanford 6’5″ 255 2nd – 3rd 3rd – 4th Pass catching TE with excellent size. He’s a vertical receiver, can run some routes but not very quick in cuts. Can catch very well and knows how to use his hands and size to his advantage while catching the ball. Not overly athletic nor explosive. Has some very good speed for a player of his size. Blocking inline is not on his skillset at the moment, lacks lower body power and balance, can be moved or pushed out easily by powerful NFL Olinemen and linebackers. Better blocker while on the move but still has issues finishing the block. All in all a pass catchint TE, which the Broncos need but a limited blocker. Will have to get better at blocking to be effective in the west coast offense which relies in the defender not identifying which play is gonna be run by a similar formation and personnel. Still eventually a very good weapon for Flacco.
Kelvin Harmon WRF North Carolina St 6’2″ 221 3rd 3rd – 4th Very athletic receiver with quite good overall speed for a guy of his size. Lack elite explosion and a seconf gear in open field but has some short area quickness and can run some routes. Nedds to get better at blocking. An interesting player that could be developed into a reliable nº1 receiver
Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M 6’4″ 251 3rd 3rd – 4th The Broncos had a meeting with Sternberger. Has very goos size and athletic skills. Not an inline blocker but very effective blocking while in movement: takes really good angles and makes up with intellingent plays the lack of elite power and explosion. Has good but not great athleticism, runs good enough routes (usually quite simple routes) but runs them well and is able to block downfiled if needed. Not very good in bringing help in  extended offensive plays, does not find a way to break free and help his scrambling QB. Did play with not very accurate QB also. All in all a player that has some potential and that can bring something to the table in the blocking game to find some playing time in his rookie season already.
Michael Jackson CB Miami (FL) 6’1” 210 4th – 5th 3rd – 4th Has very good size for the NFL standard and has some very good body abalnce and footwork going in coverage. Played man to man but less press coverage athan what the Broncos did in the past years. Still a player that has good enough game speed and that could bring some depth to the Broncos on a critical position. A player whose best traits suits perfectly what the Broncos might want to to on a DB level.
Connor McGovern OG Penn State 6’5” 308 3rd 3rd – 4th Has very good size, looks very powerful with powerful lower body and good balance. Lacks elite athletic skills, but is able to move around and has very good short area quickness for a player of his size. In the run protection he’s able to be very aggressive and move away dlinemen from the play. Has issues at times with quick and powerful pass rushers but is able to regains his balance and keep the protection. Might not have the hihest potential but has the look of a versatile interior Olineman that could become a solid starter at OC in the NFL.
Jordan Brailford OLB Oklahoma State 6’3” 252 3rd 3rd – 4th Has good size and room t become bigger in the NFL. Has some very good burnst at the snap and is able to beat the Olineman if he doesn’t have to use his hands to shed the block. Very raw as pass rusher, inconsitent technique, very mobile as a player can drop some in coverage. A very interesting prospect for the Broncos to find depth at the OLB position at the beginning of the 3rd day of the draft. The Broncos had a meeting with Brailford.
Nate Davis OG Charlotte 6’3″ 316 4th 3rd – 4th Lacks a bit of size at OG for what the Broncos look to like. Thick body, very powerful, good short area quickness and awareness. Lacks a bit of body balance and needs to anchor better. Looks quite athletic puling and running downfield. He’s undersized to play T in the NFL, has the look og the OG. The Broncos rarely draft a pure OG, he has experience at T so brings some versatility. He has potential and could be a solid pick for depth in the 3rd round. He interviewed with the Broncos.
Tytus Howard OT Alabama State 6’5″ 322 3rd 3rd – 4th Great size, thick, big and powerful with good funtional athleticism and good bending in pass protection. Not really smooth running and pulling. Could play both RT and  OG in the NFL after understanding the speed of the game. Interesting player for the Broncos that could add depth as a rookie and then battle for a starting spot in year two.
Christian Miller OLB Alabama 6’3” 244 3rd – 4th 4th Quick and fast from the edge. Able to maintain pursuit and to accelerate gatting to the ball carrier in pass rushing. More fragile in run defense. Alabama edge rushers have not very good production in the NFL lately and the Broncos will be looking to add some depth in the third day of the draft.
Jordan Scarlett RBF Florida 5’10” 213 5th – 6th 4th Was suspended in 2017 for the entire year by the team. Has very good vision and is able to diagnose quickly where he need to be. Able to gain yards after first contact  has very good short area quickness and is able to make one cut and go downfield. Lacks elite speed and explosion.
Hunter Renfrow WRS Clemson 5’10” 180 4th 4th Prototypical slot receiver, will need to add some more bulk and keep his quickness. He lacks a bit of size but has a great sense for the position and knws how to get open in short field area. If the Broncos are looking for a slot receiver he could be on the top of their list in the 4th round.
Jamel Dean CB Auburn 6’2″ 208 4th 4th Has great size for a CB, not overly aggressive or physical but looks to be quite ok on tackling, not missing many, being most of time in position to do good for his team. Has the speed to stay man to man with most of college receivers. Does not look overly fluid running. Had three major injuries on his knees, 2 in high school and one in college. Looks to be dependable depth choice for the Broncos in the 4th round and I think he’s on their board.
trysten S Utah 6’2″ 195 4th 4th Has great size and length for a S, plays aggressive at the LOS and is a stout tackler. Has some issues getting off blocks at times. Has good speed and even better acceleration. Layed in an aggressive defense that for sure the Broncos liked. I think the Broncos could like enough things in his game and his skills to have him on the board. A 4th round pick might be the place when they look at two yards project at S that could help right away as special teamer.
Trayveon Williams RBF Texas A&M 5’9″ 200 4th 4th Has good size, look bigger playing football than his actual listed size. Is electric running with the ball, can recognize blitzes and block some and can catch the ball too. Lacks elite quicknes and burnst but shows a very good second gear after breaking tackles. A very interesting and well rounded RB that would complement nicely DEnver backfield which is very crowded at the moment.
Marvell Tell III FS USC 6’2” 198 3rd – 4th 4th Has very good size, greit height. Has great instincts and tackles quite well on open field, tacks good abgles and looks aggressive. Lacks explosion at the snap and has some speed but not elite. Lacks closing speed to pursue speed receiver in the NFL. Lacks elite athleticism too but is very quick reacting to the pass and is able to tackle te receiver quite soon after he receives the ball. As for the Broncos, he would be a great addition, I don’t think the Broncos have him higher than a 4th round pick, but if he’s there I think they’ll pull the trigger becaue he looks to be exactly the solid football player that they are looking for.
Michael Jordan OG Ohio State 6’6″ 312 3rd 4th – 5th Has great size for an interior Olineman, a bit slow at the snap, will have to become quicklier in the NFL. Played OC in college and looks good in pass protection and will have to become more powerful in the run game. Looks a player that is on top of the play and could become a starter at OC in the NFL given time.
Isaiah Prince OT Ohio State 6’6″ 305 4th-5th 4th – 5th Has great size and looks quite stout and athletic at RT position. Able to set well to his position with good enough kickback. Has good awareness and looks good when pulling and reaching the second level of defenders. A player that has athletic skills
Antoine Wesley WR Texas Tech 6’4” 206 4th 4th – 5th Has great size, will have to bulk up a bit in the NFL, plays very composed, always looking to finish his assignment. Willing blocker at the LOS and downfield, plays for the team is able to run some good routs and also to go deep and get sort of separation from the DBs. Has speed both not really elite, lacks explosion at the snap but has some good quickness and some good athletic skills. He’s an interesting player to look for at the beginning of the 3rd day of the draft for the Broncos if in the market for a WR with size and some potential.
Drue Tranquill ILB Notre Dame 6’2″ 234 4th 4th – 5th Team captain. Able to take very good tackling angles in open field. Has very good instincts and plays aggressive. Lacks elite athleticism but really resilient. Overachiever. A prospect that has the traits of what the Broncos will be looking for: gritty football player that could maje up with effort and instinct to some lack of elite talent.
DaMarkus Lodge WRF Ole Miss 6’1″ 199 4th – 5th 4th – 5th Looks bigger than his listed size, has some good speed and can run all the outsize routs. Has good athleticism. He could be one of the deptha nd developmental WR that the Broncos might look at in middle rounds.
D’Andre Walker OLB Georgia 6’2″ 251 3rd 4th – 5th Lacks ideal size, speed and athletic skills, Still he looks to be an intelligent 3-4 OLB that can defend the run and pass rushing some. Very resilient player that has some athletic skills but lack elite explosiveness and change of pace. A position the Broncos will look at the draft and he could fit depth role in the roster around rounds 4th and 5th
Renell Wren DL3T Arizona State 6’5″ 317 3rd – 4th 4th – 5th Interviewed with the Broncos. Has some good athleticism for a guy of his size. Has very good size for a NT or 1-technique DT. Anchor quite well has good body balance, lacks explosion at the snap and some quickness. Hard to move can take space and blockers. Willnot blow people out with big plays but is a consistent prospect that has huge size and good anchoring. Limited in pass rush, I think the Broncos are interested in him in the middle rounds.
Jakobi Meyers WRF North Carolina St 6’2″ 203 6th 4th – 5th The Broncos meet with him. Has very good quickness and is not afraid tomake catches over the middle. Has very good size and broad shoulders. Runs ok routes and loos quite athletic. Lacks elites speed and explosiveness to make him a consistent deep target. Less polished runner than Hamilton but great short area quickness and a willing blocker. I think the Broncos could look at him as slot receiver and special team player in the middle rounds.
 Ryan Finley QB North Carolina St 6’4” 213 5th 4th – 5th Sixth year senior in 2018. Team Captain. Has very goos size, will need to add some bulk in the NFL. The ball comes off his hand with a very nice spiral and quite clean all in all, with good speed and looks very cathcble. Looks very intended to not make unnecessary mistakes. Less accurate with the football when pressured. IMO he has the parts of the perfect backup QB that could play several years in the NFL, very coachable and able to not ruin the show if called to play. It might be what the Broncos are looking for to compete with incumbent Kevin Hogan for the backup QB slot.
Jaquan Johnson S Miami (FL) 5’11” 190 4th – 5th 4th – 5th Has average size for the NFL but looks thick and plays aggressive. Has some very good speed coming down in run support and can play a bit of man to man against slot receivers and crossing routs. Lacks a bit of size and physicality to shut down NFL Tes. Interesting player that could interest the Broncos in the middle rounds.
Sheldrick Redwine S Miami (FL) 6’0” 196 5th 4th – 5th Has good size and speed, lacks elite explosiveness and can be more physical. Still has good instincts and plays smart. Looks to be quite coachable and has enough speed to come down in run support closing his gap. In coverage he looks solid, lacks a bit od speed to be truly side to side S. He looks to be a solid pickup idf the Broncos are looking to re-stock at S. Lacks a bit of range but he does not make many mistakes, plays smart and looks to have good instincts.
Khalen Saunders NT Western Illinois 6’0” 324 2nd – 3rd 4th – 5th Quick, strong and athletic in a small frame. Could have weigth issues, played against inferior comeptittion but when had the opportunity has shown that he can much up with better talent and be a force. Still he might be a better fit for 4-3 1 technique than 3-4 NT. In the running defense he could struggle for not anchoring well and can be moved out of the play. He plays until the whistle. Fron a Broncos perspective I don’t see them going so high for a prosoect with a lot of potential but that need development before to become a reliable part of Dline rotation. He’s undersized but coach Fancio used undersized powerful disruptive DT in his scheme. Point is tha I cannot see saunders be employed against the run anytime soon in the NFL. Therefore 3rd day grade.
Caleb Wilson TE UCLA 6’4″ 240 3rd – 4th 4th – 5th Has good heigth, lacks a bit of size. Can block some at the LOS. Lacks explosion at the snap and quickness. Has some reliable hands and has some speed, thought not elite. He has some tools to become a very good NFL TE but need some development in size and technique and see what he can do in more complex route running.
Kahale Warring TE San Diego State 6’5” 252 5th – 6th 4th – 5th Has great size. Has slow start at the snap but move quickly and run quite good routes understanding his role in the play. Has great strength and good funtional power to develop into a very good inline blocker. Lacks a bit of body balance and tehcnique to be a very good on the move blocker. Lacks elite athleticism and explosion, is fast and run good routes overall. For the Broncos he could be a very interesting prospect because has size, pass catching skills, route running and blocking potential to become a very solid nº2 TE and even a solid nº1 in a west coast offense. Lacks the desired athletic skills and exposion at the snap to become a pro bowler but has teh potential to be a good TE in the NFL for several years.
Jordan Brown CB South Dakota St 6’0” 201 3rd – 4th 4th – 5th Quite smooth in coverage, has the leg and speed to cover in the NFL. Has good size, looks thich and powerful. Does a good job in open field tackles. Lacks elite speed. I think he’s a good proepct for the Broncos to bring in ad depth and try to develop a bit more. Not the highest ceiling. A middle rounds pick.
Corey Ballentine CB Washburn 5’11” 196 5th 4th – 5th Has good enough size, played at a lesser competition. Has great instincts and quite good athletic skills. He’s quick and plays very aggressive against the run. Needs technique refinement for NFL level of man coverage. Played special team and made some big plays in coverage and blocking kicks. A player with potential and in need of teaching. The Broncos depending how it unfold the darft could afford a middle round pick to gets him and develop him meanwhile he plays special teams.
Mitch Hyatt OT Clemson 6’5″ 303 4th – 5th 5th Has great size and power. Looks to be a stout run blocker and a powerful pass blocker too. Lacks elite athleticism, get stuck on his stance at times and cannot reach a second level of defender. Still could mirror well enough the pass rusher to be seen as a T in the NFL, more as a powerful RT than an athletic LT. As for the Broncos he brings quite interesting versatility with his experience at LT in college and his power he could be developed along all Oline positions.
Alize Mack TE Notre Dame 6’4″ 249 4th 5th Has very good size, looks athletic and has good explosion at the snap. Not a great inline pass protector. Runs good short to intermediate routs. Able to make some good catches. All in all a pass catching TE that lacks the elite speed to be a vertical threat costantly in the NFL but that has the size and potential power to become a better bocker and so a complete TE in the pros.
Travis Homer RBF Miami 5’11” 195 3rd – 4th 5th Has quite good size, looks athletic, willing blocker and has some speed. Can also catch some out of the backfield and line up as a receiver. Lacks some upside but can run well the ball. Can be a change of pace and third down back, need to become more patient runnig the ball. All in all an interesting middle round pick for a west coast offense.
Charles Omenihu DL5T Texas 6’5″ 280 3rd 5th Great size. Lacks explosiveness at the snap but it’s a resilient player and plays until the whistle. Has the size and body shape the Broncos looks at 3-4 DE. At times disappears from the gam or is being owned by the Oline. Could and should make more plays and by more dynamic. Still he has the size the Broncos like and pedigree. I just hope they won’t look at him as soon as the consensus draft grade.
David Edwards OT Wisconsin 6’6″ 308 4th 5th Has great size and looks athletic enough. Lacks explosion at the snap and some lower leg power. Able to pull very well to the second level of defenders, able to bend in pass protection but a little stiff. lAcks a bit of short area quickness. Migh need to move to OG in the NFL. I think he lacks elite athletic skills and will need to get better core power and some technique. The Broncos will see him as a candidate to play at OG, event though not ready to play right now, with good flexibility to develop him also as RT.
Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo 6’7″ 249 3rd 5th Great size and arm. Has issues with his technique, the body looks disconnected with the throw. Ball spiral and velocity could enjoy in thecnique refinament. Quite raw, make few reads, able to run with the ball. Huge player, will be difficult to tackle him even in the NFL. Developmental proyect that would need a couple of years of constant development to become a reliable QB in the NFL, has the potential to become a solid starter.
Justin Hollins OLB Oregon 6’4” 238 4th 5th Has perfect size for 3-4 OLB. Plays fast but lacks explosion at athe snap and elite athleticism. Great motor, plays until the whistle. Cannot shed blcoks, lacks power and strength to get free from blockers. Has experiende dropping doown in coverage. He interviewed with the Broncos. Will need time to get bigger and stronger and getting nbetter core power, has some upside. If the Broncos like him or are desperate at OLB, he could be targeted from teh 5th round on.
Myles Gaskin RBF Washington 5’10” 191 4th 5th – 6th Because of Philip Lindsay success, Gaskin will be sleected much ahead of his draft projection. He has great body balance and runs with high motor and is quite elusive. Set well his blocks and is able to locate the holes and hit them with speed. He somehow disappear from games when well defended. On his arch also to be a good rounte runner and pass catcher but blocking is not there yet. The Broncos wil not use a pick until late rounds on RBs. He was a great college player but lacks a bit of size and power to be very successful as Lindsay had been out of college.
Darius Slayton WRF Auburn 6’1″ 190 4th – 5th 5th – 6th Has good size, good speed, runs ok routes and has very good awareness. Lacks elite athleticism and some power. Not a consistent blocker. Might not have the highest ceiling. The Broncos interviewed him, they might see him as a developmental option for replace emanuel sanders as outside receiver but he lacks the quickness, smoothness and sharp routes of sanders. Late round.
Kingsley Keke SDE Texas A&M 6’3″ 286 3rd – 4th 5th – 6th Has good size for a 4-3 DE and also for a 3-4strong side OLB. Has some good lateral quickness. Lacks elite explosiveness at the snap to be a consistent pass rusher in the NFL. The Broncos might be interested in him to convert him in strong defensive end (SDE) as backup of Bradley Chubb.
Yodny Cajuste OT West Virginia 6’5″ 312 3rd 5th – 6th Has very good size, lacks top athleticism and some core power. Will need to get a better body balance. Looks powerful and has an ok bend and back kicking in pass protection. Might play OG in the NFL. Lacks explosion ata the snap but has some short area quickness and awareness that helps him in blocking blitzing defenders.
Will Harris SS Boston College 6’1” 207 5th 5th – 6th Has good awareness and looks very rangy. Able to take good tackling angles ans looks a good tackler in open field. Looks to be a ble to play both SS and FS as modern NFL demand. Lacks elite speed and athleticism. Interesting player that has very good size at his position and looks stout and aggressive. I think the Broncos migh be interested from the 5th round on.
Terry McLaurin WRF Ohio State 6’1″ 205 3rd-4th 6th Has good size and looks to have the room to add some bulk. Has goos speed and runs good enough routs. Not very powerful and fond in blocking. Not targeted as musch as he could in his last year at Ohio State. He has some quickness and change of directions that could make him and interesting playmaker in the NFL once he’d adjust to the speed and power of the pros.
Martez Ivey OT Florida 6’5″ 315 CFA 6th Havs very good size and looks very athletic. Has issues at times maintining his body balance in pass protection, also does not show up great footwork to keep his stances. Looks agile running while pulling shows good blocking technique in the movement and power to bring away the coming defender and clear the path for the ball carrier. Looks to me as more suited as OG in the NFL, will need to gain some core strength and be more reative at he snap at times. Looks like the typical Olineman the Broncos select between the 5th and the 6th round.
Tyler Jordan OT Florida 6’4” 321 CFA 6th Has very good size but is not very dynamic. Shows some slow foot in pass protection and is not able at time to regain his body balance and get the hands on the pass rusher. Could have probelmas with quick and speed rushers in the NFL. Very aggressive and solid in the running game, blocking or pulling, not the most fluid runner but shows power and plays until the whistle. Quite interesting against the run.
Elijah Holyfield RBF Georgia 5’11” 215 7th 6th Has good size, lacks explosion and second gear in open field. Has patience and know how to recognize where the hole will be opening. Run with intensity and power, able to break tackles at times and always get some extra yardage. One cut and go runner in the pure zone system style. He’s an intriguing prospect for the Broncos that are said to go back to mainly the zone blocking scheme. I think that if he’s still there in the 5th round, the Broncos could look really deeply at him.
Gary Johnson OLB Texas 6’0″ 226 7th – CFA 6th Lacks ideal size but makes up with instinct and football IQ. Very quick in shooting his gap against the run, has some good explosion to the ball carrier. Has some good game speed too and looks to be a good tackler. Coverage is a question. The Broncos could like his quickness, speed and tackling mentality. so they could eant ti bring himfor special teams purpose and for depth.
Bryce Love RBF Stanford 5’11” 213 4th – 5th 6th Injured his knee in 2018. Not taking in mind the injury he would have beed a 1st round pick: very dynamic, has vision and explosion, has also patience and can wait for the hole to open. Has history of injuries. Not a great blocker or a pass catcher out of the backfield. He might be a redshirt rookie and I don’t know if the Broncos could afford another one of. If later in the draft.
Bobby Okereke ILB Stanford 6’1″ 239 5th – 6th 6th Very dynamic and aggressive. Lacks elite athletic skill and some lateral movement. Has some good quickness at the snap and although he plays aggressive he’s not the most physical linebacker. Has some good instincts and usually takes good agles at tackling but at times allows the opponent to break free from the tackle. Played also special teams.
Daylon Mack NT Texas A&M 6’1″ 336 6th 6th Lacks a bit of height but all in all has good size. Looks stout and powerful with good enough explosion at the snap and some very good short area quickness. Lacks accelerationa nd his power ends quite soon. All in all an interesting player for the Broncos that might be i the market for a quick NT that could brings problem to opponent backfield.
Trysten Hill DT Central Florida 6’3” 305 4th 6th Has soe good explosion at the snap. Can create havos in the backfield. Lacks power and some lower body strength to be a factor againts the run. Is able to occupy space and let the Olineman move with him if not double teamed. A prospect that has some potential but that migh need some time to get used to NFL power and speed.
Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern 6’4” 222 4th 6th Good pocket presence and awareness. Has very good size and looks very thick. Has some mechanics issues, his body and the throws at times are not at the same page and that diminisg his accuracy considerably. Able to gain time scrambling in order to help recievers to break free and have receptions. Has some potential but need quite few time before to be ready to play in the NFL and might not develop nothing more than an effective backup.
Demetrius Knox OG Ohio State 6’4” 305 CFA 6th – 7th Lacks elite size in nowadays NFL. Still looks quite powerful and able to take his assignment man to man in run and pass protection. Looks quite athletic at the LOS. Anchors well and looks to have good short area movement being able to face strong pass rush. The Broncos have history of making college OT into OG, the last succesfull OG drafted by the Broncos was Kris Kuper in the 6th round. His looking as a RG in the NFL and if he could prove to be suitable at C too he could be on Broncos radar as late round pick.
Malcolm Pridgeon OT Ohio State 6’7” 310 4th – 5th 6th – 7th Has great size and moves quite well. Able to play som zone blocking scheme in Ohio State. Very solid in the run blocking, lacks athletic skills when pulling and looks less powerful that what it could be expcted by his size. I think the Broncos could be liking his skills set and size combo and could having him as middle round short list of favourite prospect given to medical or characterial red flags.
Foster Moreau TE LSU 6’5” 255 5th 6th – 7th Blocking TE. Has great size and looks to have just about right strength and body balance. Will need to become more powerful in the NFL. Not the most dynamic TE, plays special teams. Runs ok routes and is bale to break free depsite lacking explosion and good acceleration. Intriguing football player that could be available at the end of the draft but that could find a role on a NFL offense if used the right way.
Lil’ Jordan Humphrey WRF Texas 6’4″ 225 CFA 6th – 7th Has great size and quite good speed. Able to create separation and use his body to help himself secure the catch. Played special teams. Barrying character concerns and injuries red flags, he could be a decent addition for the Broncos towards the end of the draft
P.J. Johnson DL1T Arizona 6’4″ 335 CFA 6th – 7th Has great size and some very interesting power. Had one year career at Arizona before to declare to teh draft and I think it will turn out ro be a not so good idea. Still his power and mobility at his size it’s quite interesting and could be considered by the Broncos, a part red flags, towards the end of the draft.
Derrick Kelly II OT Florida State 6’5″ 307 CFA 6th – 7th Has very good size., lacks elite athleticism and his backpedaling is not were it sould be. Still is able to get back at his assignment most of the times and looks powerful i his upper body. He might move to OG and have the flexibility to play RT could be important to him to be able to be drafted and developed.
Keisean Nixon CB South Carolina 5’10” 196 5th – 6th 6th – 7th Athletic and smooth cover corner that has a thick frame and average size for NFL standard. Can run with most of receivers and cover them perfectly but when beat looks like lost at times and not ready to tackle right away the receiver. Has some tackling technique issues although is more often than not ready to make the play. Smooth and quick defender that could play more aggressive. I think the Broncos could like his cover corners skills but would like him to be more aggressive and show more awareness after the receiver catch, gives up too much of yard after the catche when he cannot locate the ball. All in all he played special teams adn has some very good potential, a good pick in later rounds.
Trevon Wesco TE West Virginia 6’4” 270 CFA 6th – 7th Huge size, lacks elite athletic skills but moves quite ok for his size. Blocking TE thta can play inline or as H-back, can catch short passes and can block on the move. Very good body balance for his size.
Brett Rypien QB Boise State 6’2″ 208 5th 6th – 7th Has average size. Had a meeting with the Broncos. Has quick delivery when he find his read fast. The Ball comes up with very good spiral and fast in vertical throws, with a bit too much of air in lateral and diagonal throws. Nedds to work a bit in his machanics and in his pocket awareness . All in all a prospect that does not look to have tons of potential but that could become a solid backup in the west coast offense.
Cole Holcomb ILB North Carolina 6’1” 221 6th – 7th 6th – 7th Great instincts, has good lateral movements. Little undersized, will have to get bigger in the NFL. Plays very aggressive. Lacks elite athleticism but has good quickness and burnst that help him positionning to make a play. Has some good core power that helps him moving the Olineman when engaged in a block.Lacks elite speed to be a true sideline to sideline linebacker. All in all it matters if he can play special teams in the NFL or not. Being from the school where Fangio had been head coach could help him being drafted by the Broncos but hell have to fight with incumbent ILBs for a roster spot.
Zach Gentry TE Michigan 6’8″ 265 CFA 7th Does OK at blocking, has great size, runs good enough routes but has quite stone hands at times. Good effort player that has the body shape to add some more bulk and become a primerily blocking TE: the Broncos needs whatever they could find at the TE position so drafting him is not out of question at the later rounds.
Alex Barnes RBF Kansas State 6’1” 227 5th 7th Has great size for a NFL RB. Lacks elite explosiveness and speed. Does not run with over power in order to bring tackler with him, he can get some extra yards but not the most powerful runner. Not elusive although he looks to be dynamic. Willing blocker, need to get better at running routes.  I can see the Broncos drafting him to bring him to training camp and see what he can bring to the offense apart special teams duties.
Carson Meier TE Oklahoma 6’5″ 255 CFA 7th Big old style TE that is more of a blocker and looks powerful and capable on the department. Also able to bring some pass catching skills in short throws. He’s not a downfiled target but more of a dual threat because of his size and capability to fake a block and be a secure valve catcher. Kind of TE the Broncos could look for.
Jake Bailey P Stanford 6’2″ 203 CFA 7th Has a great leg, could punt high and far away with pressure coming. Ball placement a bit less accurate. Still a player that could compete for the P slot on the 53 of the Broncos.
Edwin Alexander DL1T LSU 6’3″ 339 CFA 7th – CFA Very big player that lacks a bit of explosion at the snap and lateral movement. His size at times plays against him. Lacks elite athletic skills but when not double teamed shows the power and stregth to be able to push back the Olineman and create confusion in the backfield.
CeCe Jefferson EDGE Florida 6’1″ 266 CFA 7th – CFA Lacks ideal size but has some speed although not really explosive. Not overly powerful either. Looks to be a speed rucher from the edge more than anything else that plays hard and is able to make plays.
C’yontai Lewis TE Florida 6’4” 233 CFA 7th – CFA Used as online blocker and as red zone threat. Has good size and the frame to gain weigth and muscle for the NFL. Interesting developmental TE that could be brough in for developing as in line blocker that can catch some and run some accettable routs.
Garrett Davis SS Houston 6’2” 210 CFA 7th – CFA Had season ending knee injury in week three of 2018. Fast coming down in run support from FS position, has some quickness and some speed. Plays very physical. Approach the tackle with a lot pf power but struggle at times at finishing the tackles off. I think he could be brought to training camp and see if he can make the team as special team player and then being developed as S meanwhile.
Tyler Newsome P Notre Dame 6’2″ 214 CFA 7th – CFA Tean captain, has great leg and understands moment and situation of the game. Able to place the kick well. Denver will bring competition and he’s a candidate to be selected towards the end of the draft.
Terry Godwin WRS Georgia 5’11” 185 7th – CFA 7th – CFA Has great speed and could be a deep threat. Also kick returner. I donpt know if the Broncos are still looking at KR from Georgia, He actully could bring something in Training camp.
Amani Bledsoe DL5T Oklahoma 6’5″ 287 CFA 7th – CFA Has great size and some power but is not obverly dominant. He doesn’t show the kind of strength one could expect from a guy of his size, and lacks elite athleticism. In pass rushing he’s quite limitate to the bull rush but in run defense he can take double teams and occupy space. Will need to get a better core power and so gain better body balance. A bit of a project with not great ceiling but he could become a reliable rotational Dline in the 3-4 defense the Broncos like.
Dru Samia OG Oklahoma 6’5″ 305 5th 7th – CFA Has very good size for a interior Olineman, some strength and some mobility but lacks a bit of body balance in pass protection. Has some athletic skills and is quite agile in short area moves and pulls. Looks to be able to add some bulk. Will need to be more aggressive and a bit less passive on the line. Interesting prospetc for the size and athletic skills ratio, I don0t think the Broncos would use a pick for a OG in the middle rounds that won’t bring much versatility but if he fells to CFA the Broncos might be aggressively looking at prospects like him there to develop into starters.
Chris Nelson DL1T Texas 6’1″ 315 CFA 7th – CFA Lacks elite size but con occupy blockers and has some good quickness at the snap that helps him positionate well on the play. Lacks elite power and explosion. Lacks athleticism but looks to be on top of what he needs to do to help his team. The Broncos could look at him to bring some competition at the NT position in training camp.
Curtis Bolton ILB Oklahoma 6’1” 219 CFA 7th – CFA 5th year senior that played mostly on special teams before his senior season. Has some good quickness as a thumper against the run, looks aggressive and physical. Lacks size for NFL standards at LB. Good tackler at the LOS, might not have anything to bring in coverage but the Broncos could look at him as a special team addiction that could surprise as overachiever and bring some depth at ILB position.
Jesse Burkett OC Stanford 6’3” 304 CFA 7th – CFA Has average size for NFL OC, looks to have quick first steps and knowing how to use hands but lacks power and strength. Has some athletic skills and is able to take good blocking angles but still is not able to maintain leverage in the blocking. Will need time to develop and getting better core power and better body balance to be effective in the zone blocking scheme.
Nic Weishar TE Notre Dame 6’5” 246 CFA 7th – CFA Has a very good size, can play as additional blockier on the LOS and as H-back. Has some quick first steps but does not looks very smooth running down the field. Lacks elite body balance. Can block fairly well at the LOS and down field. Can als catch the ball a bit. All in all an interesting player that might need time to adjust to NFL speed and then quietly having a good career as blocking TE and depth and being used in sub-packages.
Alec Eberle OC Florida State 6’3″ 297 7th 7th – CFA Lacks ideal size for the NFL but has quite hard nose and will to make the play. Will have problems with powerfull Dlinemen but made up in college by being able to have a second effort to anchor, Quite athletic in his lower body, will need to get stronger and a bit bigger with better core power. Coukd interest zone blocking scheme teams as developmental player that might need one year of practice squad before being ready to face NFL powerful and quick interior Dlinemen.
Darian Roseboro SDE North Carolina St 6’4” 285 CFA 7th – CFA Has very good size, plays run defense very well, able to be disruptive in the backfield. Lacks elite athleticism and explosiveness. Senior prospect that was one of the leader of the team. Played hurt all his senior year and never really become a starter at SDE. Lacks the speed out of the edge and the athletic skills to be converted into a 3-4 OLB, but has size and could gain some core power to become a rotational 3-4 DE.
Aeris Williams RBF Mississippi State 6’0” 215 CFA 7th – CFA Looks smaller than his listed size, quick and fast, lacks some explosion with the ball on his hands, not the most elusive RB in the class. Can be a ball cathcer out of the backfield. Has patience running the ball and takes good cuts. An interesting RB to bring to training camp and see what kind of competition he can bring.
Jabril Frazier EDGE Boise State 6’4” 239 CFA 7th – CFA Has some quickness and looks very dynamic when the Olineman cannot put the hands on him. Lacks elite athletic skills and explosion at the snap but if the Broncos are looking for bringing depth and competition at training camp he could be available at the end of the draft.
Tre Watson ILB Maryland 6’2” 242 CFA 7th – CFA Great run stopper linebacker that comes in the gap in a hurry and deliver the hit. Good tackler, has very good game speed as a thumper. Lacks elite explosion and short area quickness to be a sideline to sideline player in the NFL. Lacks elite athleticism but has good instinct and plays until the whistle. A tough performer that could be brought to training camp and see what he does competing  with incumbent backups and what he could bring on special teams.
JonVea Johnson WR Toledo 5’11” 188 7th 7th – CFA Has some quickness and some speed. Runs good routes and is not afraid to go over the middle. More physical than expected at his size. I like the way he plays. The Broncos could look more into his special teams returner skills at training camp.
Terrill Hanks ILB New Mexico State 6’2″ 242 4th 7th – CFA Has good instincts and is fast. Lacks elite explosion, quickness and speed. Average athletic skills, plays aggressive. Able to make some good play both as ILB and OLB at times. The Broncos point of view is defined from if he can bring something to special teams. In that case he could be brought to training camp.
Yosuah Nijman OT Virginia Tech 6’7” 314 7th – CFA 7th – CFA Has great size and moves preatty well as RT. Lacks elite athleticism and body mirror skills, still can make uo to his limitation with a very good wingspan. A developmental prospect at RT that brings not much of versatility, although has the power to play OG. For the Broncos a player that has some talent and that can add depth if in practice squad.
Iman Marshall CB USC 6’1” 207 6th 7th – CFA Has very good size, lacks elite athleticism but he’s quite good in open field tackles and in run support. Can run some with WRs but lacks elite quickness and explosion. Does not have the greates potential of this CB class but I think Broncos coaches could really like that he can tackle.¡ and has some good instincts.
Sutton Smith ILB Northern Illinois 6’0” 233 4th 7th – CFA Lacks ideal size to become a 3-4 OLB or a 4-3 DE. Has soe quickness at the snap but lacks power and strength to be effective in the NFL. Cannot shed blocls and dos not show short area quickness to get free from Olineman blocks either. Lacks elite explosion at the snap, not really a factor in run defense if he has to defend past the line od scrimmage. Natural to play from the OLB (3-4 scheme) position, can make some plays but in the NFL he’ll have to adjust to the speed and power of the game. The Broncos interviewed him. A pick towards the end of the draft if they think they can develop him as OLB.
Wyatt Ray OLB Boston College 6’3” 257 7th – CFA 7th – CFA Has good size to play OLB on a 3-4 defense. Little bit undersized for a 4-3 DE. Lacks explosion at the snap and powerful quick first steps but he’s dynamic and when he’s able to not allow the Olineman to put his hands on him, he can create some havoc in the backfield. has some speed but lacks elite closure one.Has some athleticism but lacks elite. Played basically 4-3 DE in college and would need time and development to be a decent bacjup and 3-4 OLB. On a Broncos perspective a good developmental player that could even find a slot in practice squad for a year and then take over as OLB backup if he can play some good special team snap.
Kendall Blanton TE Missouri 6’6” 265 7th-CFA CFA Looks smaller than his listed size in game condition.
Damarea Crockett RB Missouri 5’10” 225 7th-CFA CFA Has some speed and lateral movement. Needs to do a better job at blocking and looks smaller than his listed size against top ACC Dlines. He could get a look from the Broncos as CFA during training camp as depth player.
Terez Hall OLB Missouri 6’1” 230 CFA CFA As a senior captain and leader of Missouri defense. Looks to play with tons of passion.  Looks smaller than his actual listing. Has some speed and looks to be a dynamic player. Looks a bit to light as run thumper and lacks the explosion to be a threat in blitzes
Chase Winovich EDGE Michigan 6’2″ 256 4th-5th CFA Tough forcefull throw back football player. Relentless has some speed and some quickness, lacks size and power to be effective in the NFL. Still a prospect taht can be developed into a rotational 3-4 pass rushing OLB.
Karan Higdon RBF Michigan 5’10” 190 5th-6th CFA Looks a bit small in size but looks quick and shows patience while waiting for the play to develop. Lacks top end acceleration while hitting the hole but is physical and has some power lowering his balance can gain some extra yards after the first contact. Lacks elite quickness and speed to be a homerun on the outside the tackles runs and lacks the physiscal traits to be a consistent in between the tackles runner. Could be a depth runner that takes some of the snap in any game.
Johnnie Dixon WRS Ohio State 5’11” 195 CFA CFA Has smaller body type and is able to run quite good routes. Has some speed thought lacks elite acceleration. Able to break free of coverage more running routes than by his own speed.
Bryan Mone DL1T Michigan 6’4″ 320 CFA CFA Has great size for a NT in the NFL and has some decent lateral movement being able to elude the block while on the move.
Tyree Kinnel S Michigan 5’11” 201 CFA CFA Looks strong and knows how to come fast in run support. Has some good instincts but lacks elite speed to be  a side to side safety. Lacks some size for what the Broncos look for bringing to training camp but looks to be a solid tackler and this could get him followed by the Broncos.
Dante Booker ILB Ohio State 6’3” 233 CFA CFA Looks smaller than his listed size, has goos instinct and looks to know what is going on on the field. Has good but not great speed. If he can help on special teams he could be brough in and see how much he could contribute.
Breiden Fehoko DL3T LSU 6’3″ 300 7th – CFA CFA A but undersized for NFL standard but has good acceleration and is able to create pressure in the backfield. Can play DE or nose guard on a 3-4 defense. Lacks explosion and quick first steps.
Nick Brossette RBF LSU 5’11” 217 CFA CFA Has good size and runs with power. Has some elusiveness also lacking elite explosiveness. Reminds a bit of CJ Anderson in his style of running, able to shift and make some defender miss. A bit less quick than Anderson, could be worth to be brought in training camp to see if he can provide depth since he looks to be patiente and being able to make one cut and go.
Fred Johnson OG Florida 6’7” 323 CFA CFA Has very good size, lack a bit of body balance and at times does not set up well his body while blocking because of footwork.
Moral Stephens TE Florida 6’4” 247 CFA CFA Blocking TE. Has very good size. Strong at the point of attack, could square off linebackers. Does not provide much in terms of pass catching. The Broncos will be looking for developmental blocking Tes to bring to training camp and get surprised by. He could be a candidate.
Ed Paris CB LSU 6’1” 210 CFA CFA Injured his knee in 2017 season. Has long good body. Looks to lacks some isntinct, at times does not track the ball and looks only focused in coverage. Has good tackle instincts, has some raw athletic skills but lacks some short area quickness.
Lamont Gaillard OC Georgia 6’2″ 305 6th CFA Lacks elitejeigth but still has good enough size for a C in the NFL. Has good athleticism, played zone blocking scheme in Georgia. Needs to get better core power and body balance. A developmental player in case the broncos would want to use a practice squad slot for depth and development at OC position.
Tyree St. Louis OT Miami 6’5″ 305 CFA CFA Has good size and looks to move well at the second level of the field. Has poor general technique as OT and might be tested ad OG in the NFL. He can block very well if he set his feet well. Has the size and might have the potential to be developed (via practice squad) into a reliable Olineman in the NFL. The Broncos likes to take look at Miami’s players so he could be on their radar for training camp.
Malik Rosier QB Miami 6’1″ 216 CFA CFA Lacks idea size for the NFL, has good arm and a somehow quick release with a speedy ball coming out of his hands. Makes some mental mistakes at times. Able to scramble and to become a runner. Played RPO system. Can make a lots of throws at times lacks elite arm and looks off time with the receivers. does not play well under pressure. I think the Broncos are looking for a CFA QB tro bring in to compete for the 3rd string QB. He can be that QB although the Broncos lokes taller QBs
Jordan Miller CB Washington 6’1″ 181 CFA CFA I like what he can do on the field. Can play man to man a bit, looks athletic enough but make some mental mistakes. Lacks elite speed but tackles quickly after the receiver catch. Has interesting size. Worth a better look at training camp.
Gerri Green OLB Mississippi State 6’3” 254 CFA
Dontavius Russell DL1T Auburn 6’3″ 319 6th CFA Big body that occupies space and blockers. Lacks explosion at the snap and balance. Lacks elite athletic skills but shows some good lower body power. Limited athletically he could be brought to the team to see what he can brings in training camp in terms of depth and practice squad openings
Deshaun Davis ILB Auburn 5’11” 234 CFA CFA Lacks ideañ size at the posicion and explosion towards the ball carrier. Still is a quite good thumper in the run defense and is able to spy the QB and make tackles in open field. Lacks elite athleticism and speed but a solid player that could bring something in special teams and in depth.
Jonathan Ledbetter DL5T Georgia 6’4″ 280 7th CFA Has the size the Broncos like for their 3-4 DE, has some good power and strenght but lacks elite explosiveness. Might be interesting for the Broncos to bring him to camp to see if he can provide some quality depth.
Austin Siebert PK Oklahoma 5’9″ 209 CFA CFA Reliable place kicker that was voted the best of the year and that has very good accuracy. Strong leg in kickoff, the Broncos could bring him to camp to get a better look at him, although I don’t think he’ll seriously have a chance to compete for the roster spot.
Breckyn Hager OLB Texas 6’3” 260 CFA CFA He has football intangibles and some speed. Occacional speed rusher that plays until the whistle and lacks some athletic skills. Could be brought to training camp to create competition al OLB position.
Matt Nelson DL5T Iowa 6’8″ 295 7th – CFA CFA Has great size, lacks elite athleticism and quickness. Still plays with motor and he’s always looking to finish the play. Lacks quick first steps to be consistent troublemaker at the LOS in the NFL but in Broncos eyes could develop into a decent rotational or depth at 3-4 Dlineman.
Bruce Anderson RBF N Dakota State 6’1″ 226 CFA CFA Has very good size for  a RB. Might be converted to FB in the NFL. Lacks explosion hitting the hole running the ball, very good open field speed and good hands. Maybe the Broncos will be interested tyo bring him in training camp as competition in special teams and see what he can offer on offense.
Easton Stick QB N Dakota State 6’2″ 221 CFA CFA Lacks ideal size for nowadays NFL QB. Played against lower competition in college. Has not perfect mechanicas and release of the ball. Good armstrength and accuracy. He could be brought to camp to compete for the 3rd QB spot.
Justin Hollins OLB Oregon 6’5″ 248 7th – CFA CFA Has great size and shows some speed. Lacks elite athleticism and body balance together with explosion at the snap. Has very good speed and looks to be a pass rusher specialist in the NFL. Will need to gain more core power to not be a liability against the run. The Broncos needs depth and competition to find the best answers at both OLB backups slots on the roster.
Chase Hansen OLB Utah 6’2″ 222 5th CFA Has some good speed as a linebacker. Has great size looks to have room to bulk up a bit more. Has enough athletic skills to follow in coverage Tes, will struggle with speedy RB. Looks to understand which is his gap, will need to be more powerful. Lacks eplosion at the snap and he’s not overly aggressive. I personally think that the Broncos have already some gritty football player at ILB on the roster, what they need is a generational talent. Still Chase Hansen could be brough in for compete with the rest of the linebackers and his speed could help him in the special team department.
Andrew Wingard S Wyoming 6’0” 209 7th – CFA CFA Gritty football player that plays very aggressive and come fast in run support. Makes good tackles in open field and plays very physical. Has quick first steps, lacks elite athleticisma nd change of direction. Throw back old school football player thta is kid of overachierbves that at very least can compete for special team time.
Daniel Helm TE Duke 6’4″ 249 7th – CFA CFA Has good size and some athletic skills, Runs ok routes and lacks elite speed. Able anyway to be target in intermediate and downfield. Not very secure blocking at the LOS, a bit better in open field but looks more confortable when used as receiver. Has some of the traits that the Broncos wants on a west coast TE but will need time to develop and learn how to be a decent blocker. A season in practice squad will be needed. Could be a priced CFA the Broncos will look after.
Kyle Kempt QB Iowa State 6’4″ 225 CFA CFA Has good size and good arm strength. A bit inaccurate in some throws. Able to scan the field and to read his targets a bit. Could be brought to camp to compete for third stringer or practice squad spot.
Tommy Sweeney TE Boston College 6’4″ 251 7th – CFA CFA Lacks explosion while running and lacks elite speed and athleticism. Still functional running seams routes and intermediate routes too. Has big frame and got better protecting the catch with his body. Has good enough hands and was a trusted target at Boston College.
Corbin Kaufusi DL5T BYU 6’9″ 285 7th – CFA CFA Has great size and looks to be better built as 4-3 DE than 3-4 DE or OLB. Lacks explosion at the snap and elite speed to be a consistent pass rusher in  the NFL. Resilient player that hustle until the play is over. Lacks core power and need to anchor better against the run. Tries at times to hard to makes paly in the backfield instead of setting the edge. I think he has the size and physical traits that migh interest the Broncos to see if they can make him a 3-4 DE in training camp.
Sione Takitaki OLB BYU 6’1″ 238 6th CFA Instinctive player that has some range, plays phisically and take some good tackling angles. Will need to add bulk in the NFL. Lacks elite speed and short area quickness, lacks some explosion at the snap. The Broncos might be interested and special team experience could help him out in training camp.
DeShawn Capers-Smith S Texas A&M 6’0” 192 CFA CFA As a corner he looks a bit to slow and not enough fluid in his backpedaling and overall balance moving in coverage. Lools much better prospect with the ball ahead of him, has great vision (former college QB) and anticipation, with very good athletic skills and explosion at the snap. Plays very physica. Could become a good NFL S given the time.
Gary Jennings WRF West Virginia 6’0″ 210 4th – 5th CFA Quick and fast WR that has the look of the slot receiver in the NFL. Has very good size and a thick body and looks good enough running routes and strong with the ball in bis hands and has good acceleration. Lacks some short area quickness that would help him break free more often.
Devine Ozigbo RBF Nebraska 5’11” 222 6th CFA Patient runner that can catch some ball out of the the backfield too. Quick with the ball in his hands, lacks explosion at the snap and when changing direction at the pivotal step to make defenders miss instead of trying to run through them. Interesting player that could be brougth to training amp to see what he brings with.
Stanley Morgan Jr. WRF Nebraska 6’0″ 202 7th – CFA CFA Has good size, display some concentration problems that lead to drops. Can play out of the backfield, screens or deep routes. Lacke elites speed but runs quite good routes and has some very good body bvalance to break some tackles and get some extra yards in the middle. Debvelopmental project at slot receiver.
Darwin Thompson RBC Utah State 5’8″ 198 CFA CFA Has good burnst and quick feet when getting the ball. Can be a receiver aout of the backfield. Lacks some power and not really a factor in blocking. In the Broncos area, could be brought to training camp to see what he can bring as special team player.
Dax Raymond TE Utah State 6’5″ 246 7th – CFA CFA Lacks elite speed and explosion at the snap. Has very good frame and size. Deliver good blocks on the run, a little more stiff on inline blocks. Reliable hands and know how to use his size to get some extra yards. A prospect to bring to the training camp to see what he has to add.
Anthony Johnson (UB) WRF Buffalo 6’2” 203 4th CFA Big strong WR that loks bigger than his listed size. Plays physically, has some good movement and can be a bit elusive making some defender miss. Powerful with the ball in his hands, lacks elite explosion and speed, has some athletic skills but not elite. Interesting possession WR.
David Moa DL3T Boise State 6’3″ 279 CFA CFA Huge body, has some good power and can move laterally in run defense. Looks bigger than his listed size. A little undersized for the NFL, will need to get more pounds up. Very strong and powerful and can move Olinemen in college. Worth a look at training camp to see if he can do it with NFL caliber of competition too.
Taylor Cornelius QB Oklahoma State 6’6” 224 7th – CFA CFA A big tall QB that does not have much mobility but that has a big arm and good zip on the ball. May not have the biggest upside but can refine his mechanics and awareness. If the Broncos are looking for a QB that could mirror in size and arm talent Flacco’s one, he could be in the short list of prospect to bring to training  camp.
Trevor Brown WR East Carolina 6’2” 215 CFA CFA Has very good size with large frame and very good body balance that goes together with good speed fot his size. Not a great routes runner. Has some athleticism and it would be worth to bring to training camp to see what he can add and if he can play some special teams.
Bruce Anderson RBF N Dakota State 5’11” 210 7th – CFA CFA Has very good size and looks very fast with the ball in his hands. Find holes and run with speed thought them. Rotate in with different others back and wasn’t featured when playaction was on going ort blocks where needed. Could be brought to training camp to see what he really can do.
Pete Swenson OLB Western Illinois 6’3” 230 CFA CFA Has some quickness and speed on the outside. Lacks core power to be more consistent when the Olinemen put hands on him. Dynamic player that has some athletic skills and burnst at the snap but lacks elite explosion and drive. Always in pursuit. I like him quite a lot, he could be brougth to training camp to see what he could offer and maybe a slot in practice squad could be hims.
Shy Tuttle DL3T Tennessee 6’2″ 290 CFA CFA Lacks size fgor the NFL. Has somepower and aanchor well against bigger Olinemen in College. Has some functional athleticism, good lateral movement. Still lacks elite explosion and power and his lack of size is really limitating him in the Pros. A development prospect with some tools to work with if he can gain some weigth and power.
Kyle Phillips DE Tennessee 6’4” 277 5th CFA Has teh size to play 4-3 DE or 3-4 DE. Has some very good power and quickness at the snap in passing downs if to play inside in the 3-4. Lacks speed and explosion to be a consistent DE in the 4-3, lacks a bit of body balance to be a consistent defender against the run. Developmental prospect that could be converted into a functional 3-4 DE with time.
Deionte Thompson S Alabama 6’1” 196 1st No Has great size for a modern safety, is a hardhitter, always looking to tackling hard but miss some tackles to be prominentluy not an arm tackler. Has quickness and athletic skills to become a very good complete safety but will need to bulk up a bit and learn NFL speed. Lacka abit of explosion
Ross Pierschbacher C Alabama 6’3” 306 3rd-4th No Not the biggest OC, played also OG in college, has some athleticism and looks quite comfortable and determinated when puling on open field in the run game: has coordination enough to reach on time his assignment and blocking him out of the play.
Isaiah Buggs DT Alabama 6’3” 295 2nd-3rd No Quite energetic and able to create havoc in the pass rush department. Lacks ideal size for what the Broncos look in a top rounds DE at 6’3”. Dynamic player that in my opinion just does not meet size numbers Broncos FO is looking for while drafting.
Lester Cotton Sr. OG Alabama 6’3” 325 CFA No Quite big, able to run on open field when pulling in te run game, comfortable enough. Lack elite athleticism and will need to get more core power. He could interest because of his size but it would depend on if his football IQ is high enough, for the Broncos, to sign him as CFA. I think they’d go with a bigger interior Olineman to develop.
Terry Beckner Jr DT Missouri 6’3” 295 4th-5th No Has good but not great size as 3-4 DE, position that best suits him in the NFL. Has some flashes but also disappeares a bit from the game at times. Great in pursue, not often on the ground but still  provide few in pass rushing. Also look less stout at times in run defense. Lacks the explosion at the snap and does not stay low with his balance to concentrate his power against the Olineman.
Paul Adams OT Missouri 6’5” 312 5th-6th No Has very good size a look to have the body to be able to add some core power and to become more stout at the snap. Quite robotic on the back kick in pass protection, could have problems with speed and quick rushers in the NFL. The Broncos could like the size but not the lack of athleticism and lateral movement. The lacks of power at the first step could hinder his capability to become a OG in the NFL. Will need to be coached up and to be a coachable player.
Emanuel Hall WR Missouri 6’2” 185 5th No Has good but not great size for the NFL. Has some serious speed and is quick  in changing directions. Runs some interesting routs although primarily he’s an outside receiver. Still has some issue tracking and getting the ball.
Kevin Pendleton OG Missouri 6’3” 325 CFA No Has good but not great size and lacks elite athleticism. Not the fastastest interior Olineman while pulling, lacks solid footwork to be able to maintain full balance while blocking.
Caleb Adams OG Missouri 6’3” 305 CFA No Has good but not great size. Lacks outstanding balance and athleticism.
Nick Bosa EDGE Ohio State 6’4″ 266 1st No Has great length but will neeed to play more powerful in the NFL. Has very goos speed and acceleration owever he’s not superquick at the snap. Great acceleration when he turns the corner in pass rush. Uktra athletic for a guy of his size. Could be only suited to play 4-3 DE but will have to be more powerful or quick at the snap to be able to replicate his college level accomplishment in the NFL.
Dre’Mont Jones DL3T Ohio State 6’3″ 281 2nd No Lacks a bit of size for an NFL DT and 3-4 DE. Might be better suited for 4-3 LDE. Disciplined against the run, not flashy.
Mike Weber RBF Ohio State 5’10” 212 3rd-4th No Laks elite explosiveness running the ball, looks to have some good quickness and very good balance. Has some speed and gets extra yards after first contact. Dynamic runner.
David Long CB Michigan 5’11” 187 CFA No Has good speed but not elite, looks stout. Lacks some drop back and back pedaling technique, allows the WR to gets past him and then  fight it back also with some penalty coming at him.
Brandon Watson CB Michigan 5’11” 204 CFA No Tough player, lacks elite athleticism and speed. Not really fluid in coverage, better suited for zone defense schemes.
Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State 6’0” 185 7th-CFA No Torn pectoral at the combine. Not the toughest tackler (and it won’t bode well with what Denver is looking for). Quick and fast. Lacks elite speed.
Greedy Williams CB LSU 6’1″ 182 1st No Quick and fast, very fluid running in coverage. Not the thoughtest run defender, can miss some tackles on open field because of that. Also has some red flag for his out of the field conduct. All in all, great athlete and could become a very good cover corner but lacks the will to tackle and could bring baggage of distraction that the Broncos look to be not interested at.
Isaiah Johnson Jr. SS Houston 6’2” 195 4th – 5th No Great size and body lenght. As rroom to bulk up a bit. Looks very athletic and with some speed. Played both zone and man to man schemes at Houston. Looking quite ok in tackling with some lapsus at times. Not very explosive to the ball. Has some very good acceleration. Lacks short area quickness and explosion to be a very great fit for DEnver man to man scheme.
Emeke Egbule ILB Houston 6’2” 245 CFA No Looks bigger on the field. Lacks ecxplosion to the ball and quickness to the ball carrier. At times to tall in his engaging the blocker, not very able to shed the block and get to he gap. Has some tackling technique. Does not look overly powerful tackling. Played OLB in the 4-3 , lacks the explosion and pass rushing nastyness to be converted easily as 3-4  OLB form a Broncos point of view.
Dakota Allen ILB Texas Tech 6’1” 232 CFA No Lacks a bit of size, looks smaller than his listed height. Lacks explosion and not very powerful, has problems when Olinemen put hands on him, could not get away from it. Overrun the play at times when is north-south. Looks to be able to make good open field tackles. Enegetic and synamic, does not give up to any play. Still by the Broncos perspective he’s not an upgrade from what they have at starters and does not bring more athleticism and power at the position.
Isaac Nauta TE Georgia 6’3″ 241 5th – 6th No Lacks ideal size for NFL blocking Tes. Can block at the Los and can run some routes in the short and middle range, not really as fluid and speedy as to be a deep threath in the passing game. Also less physical that what the Broncos look for an blocking TE.
Tre Lamar ILB Clemson 6’3″ 253 4th No Has great size for the position. Has good explosion towards the ball carrier and is able to take good angles at shooting at his gap. Has better game speed that his 40 dash times. Plays with energy. Qiote stiff backpedaling in pass defense, looks to be more north – south stout linebacker that sideline to sideline athletic one. I think his size and aenergy are very well aplus on every team board but his lack of elite athleticism, lateral movement and smoothness in coverage may have him not on Denver one.
Kendall Joseph ILB Clemson 5’11” 233 CFA No Lacks size for the NFL standard at ILB. North – South thumper that playes with energy and is preatty fast but lacks elite explosiveness and short area quickness to get free of blocks. Not sideline to sideline player.
Justin Falcinelli OC Clemson 6’4” 315 CFA No Broken his ankle in January. Has very good size. Will need to get better lower body power, looks strong in his upper body but lacks body balance and can be moved easily by powerful Dlinemen. Lacks elite athleticism, a little slow moving and pulling, not smooth runner and aggressive blocker on the move. I think the Broncos will look for developmental versitile Olinemen that could bring athletic skills and awareness in blocking angles technique.
Dexter Williams RBF Notre Dame 5’11” 212 4th No Has good size and great acceleration on open field. Been suspended for the inaugural four games of the 2018 season. Has some good explosion and sme patience running the ball, owever he does not have a second gear hitting the open fiels and lacks elite acceleration. Not big indication of beig a reliable ball catcher out of the back. Has some talent but lacks the elite skills to shine costantly in the NFL. Plus his four game suspention, I think the Broncos does not have him on the board.
Sam Mustipher OC Notre Dame 6’2″ 306 CFA No Captain. A bit slow to position himself for blocking at the snap, nos explosive reaching the second level of defenders. Look powerfull in one on one blocking but has average short area movement thta could give him fits in the NFL. Lacks some of that elite athleticism at the position that for sure the Broncos are looking for.
Greg Gaines DL1T Washington 6’1″ 308 7th – CFA No He could be brought at training camp but I think the Broncos will looom at other skills. Overachiever, plays hard and until the whistle. Lacks elite athleticism, has some strength but will need to gain more power. Lacks size for NFL standards.
Ben Burr-Kirven OLB Washington 6’0″ 235 6th No Lacks a bit of size for NFL standards, made a tons of plays in college playing with urgency and hard every snap. Overachiever that lacks elite speed and instincts but that knows where to put himself in order to make a play. Plays until the whistle and with aggressive mentality. The Broncos have Bierria on the roster from last year draft (played at Washington) that I like better than Burr-Kirven.
Jake Browning QB Washington 6’1″ 210 CFA No Too small and never really developed from his freshman year. Very consistent and experienced college QB that looks to lack a bit of arm strength and decision making at times. Late in some trows looking to force the ball when have to throw deep. Can scramble a bit but not thriving under pressure. I think the Broncos would like to get a bigger QB to develop under Joe Flacco.
Johnathan Abram S Mississippi State 5’11” 205 2nd No Has good size and plays very hard. Hard hitter that has very good acceleration and come down superfast in run support to deliver a hit. Played a tons facing the ball so it’s not very clear if he’d be able to play man to man and deep safety coverage in the NFL. He looks to be a north-south hitter that isn’t perfectly sound at tackling, using a lot his head and helmet to deliver vintage blows to ball carrier. He’s always on spot but at times his arm tackling tricks him missing some good open field tackles that the Brooncos look to avoid. Between coverage lomitation and missed tackles he might not be on Broncos board.
Jamal Peters CB Mississippi State 6’2″ 218 6th No Great size and quite smooth runner, plays with his size but lacks explosiveness and doesn’t quickly change direction on the field. Might be more suited to play in zone scheme where he could locate the ball better.
Greg Little OT Ole Miss 6’5″ 310 2nd No Has very good size and broad shoulders. Looks very powerful in the run game and a  bit underrated in the passing game: has some footwork issues but he looks to have the basis to become by the time an NFL LT. Better suited to start at OG or RT. Needs to finish the play. The Broncos are in the game for a Olineman that could play different assignment. It scares me that Little looks quite disinbterested to finish the play and does not play up to the whistle at times,and looks to have much worse footwork than he really has at other. I have some issues with his will to play, I won0t have him on my board.
Javon Patterson OG Ole Miss 6’3″ 307 7th – CFA No Lacks elite size for OG in the NFL. Has some skills in pass blocking but will need to get a better core power and body balance. Lacks explosion at the snap and looks not really fluid while pulling. I think the Bronncos are looking to add depth and competition with versitile and big OT that could play OG. He lacks some soze and athletic skills for what the Broncos will loook at the end of the draft ot CFA.
Jordan Ta’amu QB Ole Miss 6’2″ 210 CFA No Running first QB that has very good visión on runs very naturally. Can make some tough throw and miss some very easy one. Needs to make a better job at understanding what the defense is leaving on the field and reading his targets. Lacks elite arm strength. The Broncos will look at throw first with scramble skills QB, in my opinion.
Jarrett Stidham QB Auburn 6’2″ 214 5th – 6th No Lacks ideal nowadays size for QB. Able to makes good decisions in short and intermediate routs, does not throw the ball many times in double coverage. Maybe because of that not many difficult thows in his films. Lacks elite arm strength and a bit erratic when pressured. I think the Broncos might look at a bigger size of QB to battle for the third stringspot in the roster, maybe with more potential.
Julian Rochester DL1T Georgia 6’3″ 327 CFA No Has big body to occupy space and has some burnst at the snap but looks to lack elite power and flesh to get past the Olineman consitently. Needs to get better strong power and become stronger in his upper body to face NFL Olinemen. Not the sturdy and hungry Dlinemen Fangio uses in his schemes.
Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma 5’10” 195 1st No Lacks size but has quickness, acceleration and football IQ to play >QB in the NFL. Quite carefull with the ball in his hands, he’s a pass first and reun second type of QB even though he’s very elusive and dangerous running the ball. Lacks elite arms strength and played with great talent around him in his 1 year college starting experience. Has great potential but I think the Broncos looks for different physical traits at QB.
Rodney Anderson RBF Oklahoma 6’1″ 219 4th No Has great size, comes off an ACL injury that cut his season at the beginning. Lacks quickness and short area movements, has good body balance and lower body power but lacks some strength and explosion. Has second gear in open field. I think the Broncos are not high in market to draft another RB, if any a more quicklier and eli¡usive back and a good blocker that would sit well in the west coast offense.
Ben Powers OG Oklahoma 6’4″ 307 4th No Has good size for an interior Olineman. Shows some good power and is bale to place well his hands on the opponent. Quite good at pulling although lacks elute athleticism. I think the Broncos are looking for versatile inside Olinemen that could provide both OG and C competition and have some amount of athleticism to play mainly zone scheme.
Alec Ingold FB Wisconsin 6’2″ 243 4th – 5th No Stout Hback that runs hard with the ball and that is able to create spewce for the leading runner too. A fullback that looks to be versatile; can run and can block. Few indication that he can catch too. In my opinion the Broncos won0t look at drafting a FB, the might bring a college free agent to compete with Janovic.
N’Keal Harry WRF Arizona State 6’3″ 216 1st – 2nd No Has great size for a WR, very good speed and suns very good cut routs. Hands and concentration are a concern. Not a blocker neither deep not at the LOS. Very fluid and dangerous while running with the ball, as Demaryous Thomas was. All in all for Broncos perspective there is not enough evidence of football athleticism.
Jalen Jelks DE Oregon 6’5″ 256 4th No Has great size and very good burnst at the snap. Shows some speed as pass rusher. Lacks explosion and athletic skills. Has some power and is able to comine it with his speed. Played as DE on a 3-4 defense, will need to bulk up to play that role in the NFL. The Broncos could look at him as a developmental player but after the experience with DeMarcus Walker they might be a bit “shy” with light DE on 3-4 defense.
Ugo Amadi S Oregon 5’10” 201 CFA No Has average size for the NFL. Looks stout and does not make too many mistakes tackling. Lacks elite athleticism and speed. I think the Broncos will look at bigger size of S in this draft.
Cody Barton ILB Utah 6’2″ 237 7th – CFA No Has very good size and power. Lacks a bit of athletic skills and speed. Has some good acceleration and closes his gap at the LOS with energy. Lacks some athletic skills and some fluidity at changing direction to be the type of IL the Broncos looks for.
Nate Herbig OG Stanford 6’3″ 335 6th – 7th No Has good size for an interior Olineman, has quite good awareness and is able to quickly change direction at the LOS in the running game. In pass protection he’s stiff at times in his position allowing quick and explosive Olinemen to get past him with basic moves. Might have weight issue. I think the Broncos are looking at more athletic and less powerful Olineman to implement more zone blocking schemes.
Alex Bars OG Notre Dame 6’6” 315 CFA No Has experience at RT, RG and LG, lacks some athletic skills but is really powerful and strong. Can play against strong big Dlinemen, will have trougle with explosive quick rusher. Has some issue moving fasta and smoothly to the second level of defenders but anchors very well against the run. Injured his knee in the 5th game of 2018 and had season ending surgery. Depending what the Broncos are looking for he could be a redshirt player on the Oline with talent and some good projection. Owever I think the Broncos are going to look for more athletic Olinemen.
Tyler Jones OG North Carolina St 6’3″ 306 CFA No Lacks a bit of size at 6’3”, will be playing inside in the NFL (played LT at North Carolina State). Lacks quickness at the snap and power to square quick and speedy pass rushers. Does a much better job when able to get his stances and use well his feet to mirror the pass rusher coming. still lacks backfooting to play T in the NFL and will move to OG where he’ll have to gaim more core power to face off massive and powerful Dlinemen. Lacks size for the Broncos and the eventual position versatility is a bit nullified by jis lack of height.
Landis Durham OLB Texas A&M 6’2” 249 7th – CFA No Played special teams too. Lacks a bit of size for today NFL. Looks to be better suited to play 4-3 DE than 3-4 OLB. Has some good quickness at the snap, looks tough and with some good speed. Lacks elite athleticism and explosiveness, lacks experience in coverage. I think the Broncos will be looking for help at edge rushers but they will need also experience in coverage.
Gardner Minshew QB Washington State 6’1” 225 5th – 6th No Lacks ideal size for NFL QB. Has good quick release of the ball, at times takes too much to decide to who throwing the ball. In the Broncos view he lacks size and armstrength to be considered.
James Williams RBC Washington State 5’09” 197 CFA No Lacks ideal size and quick change of direction. Can catch the ball out of the backfield but doesn’t look to be  a dangerous receiver to aligh at the LOS. Lacks explosiveness and speed.
Daniel Jones QB Duke 1st No Has very goos size and is very athletic. A bit erratic with his throws and has some issue with his footwork: a tons of erratic throws come when he’s inconfortable with his footwork or position in the backfield. Lacks also a bit of touch on the ball. Has a very good armstrength and looks to be very confident in his abilities. To me he looks a bit like Paxton Lynch when at Memphis, I don’t see him having right now the skills to be a 1st round pick and he should sit for a couple of years in a very good QB room to learn, polish his skills and understand how to play QB in the NFL. I don’t think the Broncos will get close to a seconf Paxton Lynch experiment.
Justin Layne CB Michigan State 2nd No Has smooth movement and good short area quickness but lacks some explosiona at the anp. Played press man coverage and is able to run with the receivers, changing direction with seamless transitions. Lacks some physicality in his game, does not favorite to come down fast and deliver hits in the running game. Has issues at times with tackling in open space.
Germaine Pratt ILB North Carolina St 6’2” 240 2nd – 3rd No Team captain. Did not play in his final college game. He’s quick and fast coming down in run support. Shoots well his gao and looks very aggressive and stount in the north – south tackling. Lacks a bit of lateral quickness and movement, has actully great closing speed that showcases in ball carrieres pursuit. Has experience in drop down in coverage and looks promising at. Did not play a lot of man to man coverage against RB or TE. Has issues at times shedding Olineman blocks. All in all lacks a bit of the traits I think the Broncos are looking for. No sideline to sideline and super athletic skills.
Justice Hill RB Oklahoma State 5’10” 198 2nd – 3rd No Has very good acceleration and can make defenders miss. Has good size, not the best blocker RB in the class. Very shifty and smooth runner, has very good speed but does not showcase a second gear in open space. Could use more patience at times waiting for the hole to open. All in all a very good back that can start being change of pace back and wil have to learn to block more and pass catches out of the backfield.
Jaylon Ferguson OLB Lousiana State 6’5″ 271 2nd – 3rd No Has some quick first steps and good acceleration. Lacks explosion at the snap and lower body power, could be pushed around in the run game if the Olineman puts the hands on him. Has great size and looks athletic, not pursuing the play sideline to sideline. The Broncos had a meeting with him but by his films I really don’t know why: i don’t like his game much: when his motor is on he coukld really fly, created pressures and get to the QB. The point is to understad when his motor is on.
Joe Jackson EDGE Miami (FL) 6’4″ 275 4th No Has great size and very good game speed in rushing the passer. Lacks elite athleticism and lateral movement has to be improved. Has issues at time shedding blocks and is at times overpowered by Olinemen. He has the size that the Broncos look for a 3-4 DE, but lacks the athleticism they want. He’s a bit of a tweener between DE and OLB in the 3-4 defense but lacks raw athleticism and power to be a solid DE and pure speed and body balance to become a solid OLB. Better suited to play DE in a 4-3 scheme IMO.
Hakeem Butler WRF Iowa State 6’6″ 220 2nd No Great athletic skills for a man of his size. Lacks elite quickness and explosion but can run smoothly around the field and can run some routes. Not so dominating as one could expect from a player of his size. I don’t think the Broncos are looking for a replacement for Demaryous Thomas. I think they are looking for some very athletic receivers that could add to what the actual incumbent bring to the table.
Parker Hesse OLB Iowa 6’2” 253 CFA No Lacks ideal size and looks more suited for 4-3 DE than any position in the 3-4. Lacks explosion at the snap and elite speed from the edge to become a 3-4 rusher OLB.
Demarcus Christmas DL5T Florida State 6’4″ 308 4th – 5th No Has good size can play NT or 3technique in the 3-4 defense and also 1technique in the 4-3 defense. Has some quickness at the snap but if the Olineman put his hands on him, he cannot shed the block. Lacks explosion and some athleticism to be able to disengage the block and be disruptive in the backfield. Lacks some power you0d think a player of his size could generate. Difficult to bring down, occupy spece well and looks to be a fighter. I think the Broncos are looking at a bit more of athleticism or power for Dline depth.
Jacques Patrick RBF Florida State 6’2” 222 CFA No Big back that has some burnst hitting the hole but taht lacks the athleticism to fight out of tackles and get open. Plodder that could run quite well on a good hole, has patience and plays quite savvy.
Nyqwan Murray WRS Florida State 5’10” 193 CFA No Looks bigger and thicker than his listed size. Lacks elite athleticism but knows how to battle for a reception. Lacks elite speed.
Darrell Henderson RBF Memphis 5’9″ 200 2nd No Explosive player that has surely better speed in game than in the 40 yards dash. Has some very good short area quickness. Has very good size and looks bigger that his listed height but is not very elusive and tend to run over defenders instead off meke them miss. Has a great secong gear after breaking free and has quite good patience and vision. Brings not much in terms of blocking and in pass catching skills. An interesting runner that looks a bit less versatile that what the Broncos look for especially in a situation of full depth like the Denver has at RB at the moment.
Josh Oliver TE San Jose State 6’5” 249 3rd No Not very good blocker on the move. Has very good size, a bit lean for his height. Lacks a bit of body balance and lower body power. Lacks elite explosion at the LOS. Not very quick. Not very precise route runner, not sharp and quick in his cuts. Obviously a better blcoker downfield against DBs because of size and power difference. Raw prospect that could develop quickcly with more sound technique and limiting his usage to kind of plays that suits him. Lacks some athleticism, explosion and power to be right now better to incumbent TEs in the roster.
Oshane Ximines OLB Old Dominion 6’4” 256 2nd No Has very good size and frame. Lacks explosion and quickness at the snap. Lacks some speed to come consistently from the edge. Will need to become more powerful, especially in his lower body to be a factor in run defense in the NFL. Lacks elite athleticism though has some and has some very good potential and it’s still raw in technique. Still for the Broncos a luxury taht they cannot afford, IMO right now.
Sean Bunting CB Central Michigan 6’0” 195 2nd – 3rd No Has good size, looks thich and strong. Able to run with recievers, has issues at times with tackling. Not the most physical corner, has good footwork but at time sstruggle with short areas quickness. Has some game speed and looks confident in coverage. Played a mix of zone and man coverage, always looking after opponent nº1 WR. Has potential but the Broncos will look at somebody thta migh have less ceiling and less tackling issues.
Beau Benzschawel OG Wisconsin 6’6″ 309 5th – 6th No Lacks elite athleticism butt shows very good core power and  motor. Pulls well at the second level of defenders. Migh have issues with quick pass rushers because lacks elite explosion at the snap. At times has issues closing the block. He lacks a bit of explosion, short area quickness and athletic skills for what the Broncos like
Joe Giles-Harris ILB Duke 6’2” 233 7th – CFA No Has great size and he0s well built, Lacks some instinct and explosion a the snap. Has nice shart area quickness but lacka the phisicality and power to shed blocks. At times overread the play. I think the Broncos will look at prospect that could have lesser size but a bit better athletic skills and that could be sideline to sideline tacklers.
Tyrel Dodson ILB Texas A&M 6’0” 237 6th – 7th No Lacks ideal size at LB in the NFL. Has good awareness and some athletic skills. Lacks elite quickness and explosiveness at the snap. Will have to gain more power in the NFL. Has some good speed to go sideline to sideline, make some mental mistake but all in all a player that could bring intensity and played special teams in college. I think the Broncoa have already several similar talents on the roster at the moment.
Terronne Prescod OG North Carolina St 6’5” 331 CFA No Has huge size and looks to understand what is going on and what he needs to do. Lacks athletic skills and has slow foot when need to move. Does a better job when anchoring even if he looks less powerful than what you’d expect by a guy of his size. Will need to get better core power to be able to habe better balance and maintain his leverage against NFL defenders.
Dennis Daley OT South Carolina 6’5″ 317 7th – CFA No Big Olineman that has issue while pulling or reaching the second level of defenders at times. Lacks elite athleticism and would nedd to move at OG inicially in his NFL career at then at RT if would get better core power and better body balance. Has great size, slow feet. Has issues with short area quickness. I think the Broncos will look more at athletic T that could bring versatility at the line.
Rashad Fenton CB South Carolina 5’10” 184 CFA No Has average size for NFL corner, plays aggressive. Will need to have better tackling awareness and angles technique.
David Sills WRF West Virginia 6’3″ 203 4th No Has very good size, relentless after the catch, lacks elite quickness and some athletic skills. Reliable running routes and good speed, thougth not great. I think the Broncos could look at athletic and speed receivers,
David Long Jr. OLB West Virginia 5’11” 227 4th No Has some short area quickness and some good athleticism. Lacks ideal size for NFL standard, lacks strength bit looks to have some good power and good body balance. I think the Broncos could like the combination of athletic skills and power but will struggle with the missed tackles on open field.
Will Grier QB West Virginia 6’1″ 214 3rd – 4th No Lacks ideal size for NFL QB, transfered to West Virginia,  throw the ball late at times and with not enough spin. Look a bit slow in the pocket. I think the Broncos are looking at bigger and with more potential prospects down the line in the draft.
Nick Fitzgerald QB Mississippi State 6’4″ 230 No Has good size, keep the ball to long and the ball comes up with less speed needed. Need to improve his pocket awareness and does not have the strongest arm of the class.
Gerri Green EDGE Mississippi State 6’4” 252 7th – CFA No Has very good size for a 4-3 DE or a 3-4 OLB. Has experience playing hands in the dirt or standing. Has great burnst at the snap but big issues shedding blocks. Lacks explosiveness and quickness, not many pass rushing movement in his repertoire.
Shareef Miller EDGE Penn State 6’4″ 258 5th – 6th No Played 4-3 DE in college and has the look of it. Has good motor and some good speed but lacks eplosion at the snap and that quickness that would make him a very interesting pass rush specialist. Solid and with good strength. More suited for the 4-3 DE scheme.
Trace McSorley QB Penn State 6’0″ 202 7th – CFA No Lacks ideal size for a QB in the NFL. Has good arm strength and looks to have very good footbal IQ. Needs to get better mechanics at throwing the ball, the body and the throw at times does not go together but has great pocket awareness, he’s a great competitor and could make big plays running the ball. I don’t think he’s the type of QB Denver is looking for but I could see easily Seattle selecting him at the beginning of the third day: He’s their perfect backup.
Kevin Givens DL3T Penn State 6’1″ 285 6th – 7th No Has some quickness at the snap, whe one on one could make some noise in teh backfield being disruptive. Lacks size and will need to bulk up for the NFL to be more a factor in the run defense. I think he does not have a clear position in the 3-4 defense scheme the Broncos implement, will need to get miuch mor epowerful to play NT or 1-technique.
Derwin Gray OG Maryland 6’4″ 320 7th – CFA No Has good size, not great. Played LT in his senior season in college, looks a bit heavy footed to play OT in the NFL, also a bit slow at the snap, will get trouble with quick pass rushers. Lacks the mobiity and length to be a solid puller in the NFL. Although he played in a zone scheme in college, I see a lot of development needed and he lacks the size that Denver looks for his practice squad slots usually.
Easton Stick QB N Dakota State 6’1” 220 4th – 5th No Lacks idela size for an NFL QB. Moves well with the ball around and has an interesting quick release. The ball comes out fast and with good spiral. Has some mechanics issues that limits at times his accuracy. A very mobile QB that does not look in the mold of what the Broncos look for a potential backup: not in the size neither in the style of play.
Andrew Ford QB Massachussets 6’2″ 208 CFA No Injured his knee in 2018. Lacks the size the Broncos might look at for bringing a QB in to compete for the 3rd slot.
Blake Cashman ILB Minnesota 6’1″ 237 3rd No Hard nosed linebacker that lack some athleticism, has some good instinct but lacks quickness and short area change of direction. Has some speed but not elite. Able to drop in coverage in zone scheme, struggle in man to man coverage situation. I think the Broncos are looking for more athletic LB.
Maxx Crosby OLB Eastern Michigan 6’5” 255 3rd – 4th No Has great size and great quickness at the snap, lacks explosion and acceleration, played DE at Eastern Michigan and always looking for pass rushing from the outside of the T. lacks some short area movement and some lacks elite athleticism. Great pursuer, plays until the whistle. Lacks lower body power and needs to get better at anchoring in the run defense. All in all a player with soze and some potential but with some holes in his game and that could be better suited to play 4-3 DE.
Hamp Cheevers CB Boston College 5’09” 169 4th – 5th No Lacks some size, will need to bulk up a bit in the NFL. Has very good lower body balance and core power. Plays aggressive and is quick tackling the receiver just after the catch. His lack of size could result in some missed tacjles in the NFL, playes in zone coverage, he’s quicks and fast. Lacks top end speed but has some. I think the Broncos look at the size and because of that he might not be on their board.
Jamey Mosley OLB Alabama 6’4” 239 CFA
Cam Hilton S Missouri 6’0” 190 CFA
Nate Brown WR Missouri 6’2” 210 CFA
Brandon Lee OLB Missouri 6’2” 225 CFA
Rashad Brandon DT Missouri 6’2” 300 CFA
Walter Palmore DT Missouri 6’3” 320 CFA
Juwann Bushell-Beatty OT Michigan 6’5” 333 CFA
Berkley Edwards RB Michigan 5’09” 200 CFA
Casey Hughes CB Michigan 6’1” 185 CFA
Lawrence Marshall DT Michigan 6’4” 285 CFA
Grant Perry WR Michigan 6’0” 195 CFA
Andrew Robinson Michigan Long Snapper
Cole Tracy PK LSU 5’11” 188 6th – 7th
Khairi Clark DL1T Florida 6’1″ 315 CFA
Jacoby Washington TE LSU 6’5” 248 CFA
Jah’Shawn Johnson S Texas Tech 5’10” 185 7th – CFA
Mark Fields CB Clemson 5’11” 180 6th – 7th
Albert Huggins DL1T Clemson 6’3″ 305 6th
Tyler Clark DL1T Georgia 6’4″ 305 CFA
Prentice McKinney S Oklahoma 6’0″ 195 CFA
T.J. Edwards ILB Wisconsin 6’0″ 230
Olive Sagapolu DL1T Wisconsin 6’2″ 345
D’Cota Dixon S Wisconsin 5’10” 204
Andrew Van Ginkel OLB Wisconsin 6’3″ 241
Ryan Connelly OLB Wisconsin 6’2″ 242
Dillon Mitchell WRF Oregon 6’2″ 189 6th
Mitch Wishnowsky P Utah 6’2″ 220 7th – CFA
Jackson Barton OT Utah 6’7″ 310 7th – CFA
Matt Gay PK Utah 6’0″ 220 CFA
Jonathan Bonner DT Notre Dame 6’3” 289 CFA
Justin Brent WR Notre Dame 6’1” 213 CFA
Nick Coleman S Notre Dame 6’0” 194 CFA
A.J. Cole P North Carolina St 6’4″ 230 CFA
Otaro Alaka ILB Texas A&M 6’3″ 239 CFA
Tito Odenigbo DL3T Miami (FL) 6’3″ 300
Billy Kinney P West Virginia 6’3″ 221 CFA
Michael Dogbe DE Temple 6’3″ 284 7th
Ryquell Armstead FB Temple 5’11” 205
Delvon Randall S Temple 5’11” 211 CFA
Khalil Hodge OLB Buffalo 6’1″ 240
Ventell Bryant WR Temple 6’3” 209 CFA
Koa Farmer ILB Penn State 6’1” 228 7th – CFA
Byron Cowart DL3T Maryland 6’3″ 298 7th – CFA
Ty Johnson RBF Maryland 5’11” 210 CFA
Jesse Aniebonam EDGE Maryland 6’4” 258 CFA
Ty Summers ILB Texas Christian 6’1″ 241 CFA
Diontae Johnson WRS Toledo 5’10” 183 CFA
Cody Thompson WRF Toledo 6’1″ 205 CFA
Drew Forbes OG Southeast Missouri 6’5” 308 4th – 5th
Max Scharping OT Northern Illinois 6’6″ 327 5th
Kyle Phillips DE Tennessee 6’4” 277 5th
Zedrick Woods SS Mississippi 5’11” 205 5th – 6th
Saquan Hampton FS Rutgers 6’1” 206 5th – 6th
Ulysees Gilbert III ILB Akron 6’0” 224 5th
John Cominsky DE Charleston 6’5” 290 4th – 5th
Donald Parham TE Stetson 6’8” 240 6th – 7th
Jazz Ferguson WR Northwestern State 6’5” 228 4th – 5th
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