Wesley Woodyard, Ryan McBean, Matt Willis, Brady Quinn, Daniel Fells, Russ Hochstein, Manny Ramirez, Jeremiah Johnson, Spencer Larsen, Derrick Harvey, Brian Dawkins, Andre Goodman, Kevin Vickerson, Mitch Unrein, Lance Ball
-Trade allows 49ers to jump ahead of Houston to take top WR. Poe, Still and Cox off the board.
With the 30th pick Broncos select David Wilson HB VT
Wilson adds the explosive factor to an offense once lacking one. He is very athletic, quick, and runs very well. Reminds me of a slighlty more powerful DeAngelo Williams, great size and uses it well. Good receiver and has break away ability when he touches the ball. Not to mention he is a great kid and hard worker, showed up to class every day in a suite and tie.
With the 57th pick Broncos select Mike Martin DT Mich
Martin may not be the flashiest of the defensive tackles in this years draft but he is a relentless motor and could benefit from transitioning to a NT in the 4-3. He has a great anchor and has shown ability to penetrate and collapse the pocket. A player that might not have been a third round pick a month ago but works hard and could greatly benefit playing next to Dumervil, Von, and Bunk.
With the 88th pick Broncos select Derek Wolfe DT UC
Derek Wolfe produced big in 2011 and its just hard to ignore, 21.5 TFL 9.5 sacks, when all is said and done this guy could find his way into the second round. Really love the relentless attack this guy brings, the production speaks for itself even if it is the Big East.
With the 93rd pick Broncos select Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt
Casey Hayward has good size at 5'11 192 and has intercepted 13 balls over the past 2 years. He is an aggressive corner and I think would make for great competition with Harris, Syd and Vaughn.
With the 120th pick Broncos select Chris Givens WR WF
Givens is a speedy wideout that stands at 5'11 198. He declared as a junior which seemed pretty strange to most who figured he could climb up the draft boards as a senior. There has been much chatter about the junior but he caught 83 passes for 1330 yards and 9 scores, hard to ignore.
With the 129th pick Broncos select Danny Trevathan OLB UK
Hello Wesley Woodyard 2.0. Similar build to Woodyard at 6'1 230 and had similar numbers at Kentucky totaling 143 tackles, 11.5 TFL, 4FF, 4ints, and 5 PBU. Great production for a 5th round pick.
With the 152nd pick the Broncos select Kellen Moore QB BSU
I think we all kind of assume a qb will be taken in this years draft. To be honest i feel that picking a qb here is kind of a waste and would rather get a special teamer, but Denver will want a 4th qb.
QB: Tebow, Dixon, Weber
HB: McGahe, Wilson, Tolbert, Moreno, Fannin
WR: Thomas, Decker, Royal, Hill, Givens
TE: Thomas, Green, Rosario
OT: Clady, Clark
OG: Brisel, Beadles
OC: Davis, Walton
OG: Kuper, Beadles
OT: Franklin, Harris
DE: Dumervil, Roth
DT: Bunkley, Wolfe
DT: Martin, Warren, Thomas
DE: Ayers, Hunter
WLB: DJ, Mohamad, Trevathan
MLB: Irving, Mays
SLB: Miller, Haggan
CB: Champ, Harris, Hayward
SS: Lowery, Bruton
FS: Carter, Moore
CB: Marshall, Syd
K: Matt Prater
P: Britton Colquitt
LS: Lonnie Paxton
Last couple words about the depth chart. As for wide receivers, I can see a guy like goodwin or Mark Dell winning out the 5th final spot and another back can beat out Fannin I believe too. As for the Oline, unless JD Walton really improves he should not be the starter next year, he is far worse than Beadles and cannot hold his own especially against 3-4 NTs. I could see the OL shaping up in many different ways, same for the safeties. I think Quinton Carter will be a starter next year, Rahim Moore is the biggest question mark, hopefully they will both be starting.