CBS Sports believes Devon Still will be headed to Denver with the #25 pick. Clark Judge is the only exception, who believes he'll be picked by Cincinnati at #17. "Pass rush: Comes fast and hard off the snap if given a step by backpedalling linemen in pass protection. Will work through the whistle. Tries to swim past his man when there is room to maneuver, bothering the quarterback but rarely getting there. Effective taking up two blockers and flashes some quickness outside on twists. Explosion: Combination of size and strength has not yet been harnessed. Inconsistent off the snap, more often last one to move than the first. Does not knock back better linemen. Fatigue becomes an issue later in game, losing his explosiveness off the ball and hustle. Strength: Rarely dominates his man at the point. Capable of shedding with strong hands and tossing aside guards if their heads are down, but could do so more regularly." To me, he seems like a weak NT prospect who will need two years of grooming before he can make it into the rotation. He doesn't offer a consistent enough pass rush to warrant taking him over someone like Fletcher Cox, assuming he will still be on the board. I believe Cox is a better fit at UT in a 4-3 defense than a DE in the 3-4, making him a very attractive fit for the Broncos. And a NT prospect such as Josh Chapman or Alameda Ta'amu can still be had in the 3rd round.