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2020 NFL Draft: Best Day 3 Remaining Potential Broncos

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There’s still talent to be had.

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Akeem Davis-Gaither is a small school guy who could provide a big school impact.
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The Broncos have made five top 100 selections in the NFL Draft, but still have five selections to go mining for talent. Perhaps it’s the lack of Pro Days and medicals, but more than most years, there appears to be some talent slipping through the cracks.

There’s a clear BPA for the Broncos.

43. Akeem Davis-Gaither - LB4/DX3

Fit: Depth player at linebacker, sub package, and special teams contributor.

53. Bryce Hall - CB10/DB17

Fit: If healthy, day one competition at boundary corner.

54. K.J. Hill - WR12

Fit: Day one competition for slot receiver.

57. Leki Fotu - DL8

Fit: Rotational nose tackle and interior rusher on passing downs.

58. Prince Tega-Wanogho - OT7

Fit: Tackle depth.

61. Malik Harrison- LB7

Fit: Linebacker depth, potential starter post-Davis.

62. Troy Dye - LB8

Fit: Depth linebacker and potential rotational player in sub package.

63. Ben Bartch - OT9

Fit: Offensive line depth.

65. Darnay Holmes - CB11/DB18

Fit: Depth corner who competes for snaps as a returner and contributes on special teams.

66. Troy Pride - CB12/DB19

Fit: Depth corner who can compete for playing time in sub packages.

70. Donovan Peoples-Jones - WR13

Fit: Depth receiver who can factor into punt return and special teams duties.

72. Bradlee Anae - ED5

Fit: Rotational edge player behind Miller and Chubb.

74. K’Von Wallace - S8/DB20

Fit: Day one competition for nickel corner.

76. Amik Robertson - CB13/DB21

Fit: Day one competition for nickel corner.

79. Tyler Biadasz - iOL7

Fit: Day one competition for starting center.

83. John Simpson - iOL8

Fit: Day one competition at right guard.

84. Gabriel Davis - WR16

Fit: Depth receiver, vertical threat (slot fade guy)

84. John Hightower - WR17

Fit: Depth receiver, vertical threat (slot fade guy)

85. Josiah Scott- CB15/DB23

Fit: Early competition for nickel corner, special teams contributor.

87. Curtis Weaver- ED6

Fit: Rotational edge player behind Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.

88. Isaiah Coulter - WR18

Fit: Depth receiver, vertical threat (slot fade guy)

91. Shane Lemieux - iOL9

Fit: Day one competition at right guard.

96. Jack Driscoll - OT11

Fit: Depth lineman who could fill in at multiple spots.

97. Hakeem Adeniji - OT12

Fit: Depth lineman with 43 games at left tackle at Kansas.

99. Antonio Gandy-Golden WR20

Fit: Depth receiver who can contribute on special teams

100. Markus Bailey - LB9

Fit: Depth linebacker who can contribute on special teams.

101. Michael Onwenu

Fit: Early competition at right guard

103. James Lynch

Fit: Depth player along the defensive line and special teams contributor.

104. Ben Bredeson

Fit: Early competition at right guard

105. Quintez Cephus

Fit: Depth receiver

109. Logan Stenberg

Fit: Depth along the interior.

111. Collin Johnson

Fit: Depth receiver who can contribute on special teams and in the red zone.

112. Isaiah Hodgins

Fit: Depth receiver who can contribute on special teams and in the red zone.

114. Kevin Dotson

Fit: Backup lineman who could step into a starting job in a real pinch.

115. Harrison Hand

Fit: Depth corner who can play on the boundary.

Later round fliers

Some are high ceiling/low floor, some are potential backups, others offer special teams value. They aren’t necessarily in order. At this point in the draft Elway will be throwing darts, and I simply believe these are players that have a decent shot to stick to stick to the Broncos roster.

Parnell Motley

Fit: Depth corner who can contribute on special teams.

Joe Bachie

Fit: Backup linebacker and special teams contributor.

Rashard Lawrence

Fit: Depth lineman who could soak up a few snaps early.

Essang Bassey

Fit: Backup cornerback and special teams contributor.

Evan Weaver

Fit: Backup backer who can play on special teams

Anthony McFarland

Fit: Backup running back who adds explosiveness

Bravvion Roy

Fit: Backup nose tackle.

Kyle Murphy

Fit: Developmental interior lineman.

Jon Runyan

Fit: Developmental lineman.

James Proche

Fit: Slot receiver you can win in spite of.

Quez Watkins

Fit: Developmental receiver

Binjimen Victor

Fit: Depth receiver.

Mykal Walker

Fit: Depth linebacker and special teams contributor

Justin Strnad

Fit: Depth linebacker and special teams contributor.

Charlie Heck

Fit: Developmental tackle who offers swing upside.

Colton McKivitz

Fit: Developmental lineman with utility upside.

Alex Taylor

Fit: Project tackle

Quartney Davis

Fit: Depth receiver who can contribute on special teams.

Keith Ismael

Fit: Backup center.

Zach Shackelford

Fit: Developmental interior lineman.

Dane Jackson

Fit: Depth corner who has athleticism, mentality, and click and close to survive in a pinch.

Thaddeus Moss

Fit: Backup tight end who can play on special teams.

Jauan Jennings

Fit: Depth receiver who can contribute on special teams.

Tremayne Anchrum

Fit: Backup lineman

Kindle Vildor

Fit: Backup DB who can contribute on special teams.

Josiah Coatney

Fit: Depth lineman who can help on passing downs.

Michael Warren

Fit: Backup running back who can tote the rock in a pinch