What would the Denver Broncos draft look like?
Would the Broncos even do it? I have confidence that Allbright knows what he is talking about, but is there going to be a situation where this all makes sense for Denver.
Well, like I referenced earlier in this article, using PFN’s simulators is the most accurate way to predict the NFL draft. So, I made this trade and then let the simulation do its thing, and it came up with this draft class.
15. Henry Ruggs III WR, Alabama
-This is the pick for the Denver Broncos who would feel like winners if they got Ruggs. By all accounts, the Broncos feel like speed receiver, cornerback and offensive line are their biggest needs and this is the start of a stretch that sees them address those positions with 6 of 8 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft.
29. Ceaser Ruiz iOL, Michigan
-With Graham Glasscow coming over to play right guard, Ruiz gives the Broncos an instant starter at center so that they don’t have to rethink their decision. The top center goes to Broncos.
77. Prince Tenga-Wanogho OT, Auburn
-Athletic offensive tackle with a lot of experience and athleticism, but some injury concerns.
95. Darnay Holmes CB, UCLA
178. Lamical Perrine RB, Florida
181. Anferenee Jennings EDGE, Alabama
252. Kyle Murphy iOL, Rhode Island
254. Cameron Clark iOL, Charlotte