Draft Day is finally here!!! These are the guys we should draft!

Good morning fellow Bronco fanatics!!! These are the guys I would pick, not necessarily the guys I think we're going to pick. For this mock I am using PFF's Top 200 Board to pick players who would realistically be in our draft range.

With the 67th overall pick in the 3rd Round our beloved Denver Broncos select: Matthew Bergeron, OT, Syracuse


Ranked 65th overall by PFF. Cliches like "games are won and lost in the trenches" become cliches for a reason, they're usually spot on. We need quality depth at offensive tackle, I'd use this pick on the best guy available.

With the 68th overall pick in the 3rd Round our beloved Denver Broncos select: Darius Rush, CB, South Carolina


Ranked 70th overall by PFF. Another cliche I happen to really agree with is "you can never have enough cornerbacks". The modern NFL is a passing league, if you don't have a stable of healthy cornerbacks, you're in deep trouble. Darius Rush has the size and speed to be a great starting caliber cornerback in the NFL.

With the 108th overall pick in the 4th Round our beloved Denver Broncos select: Yaya Diaby, 3-4 OLB, Louisville


Ranked 118th overall by PFF. I know Randy Gregory is a very talented edge rusher, but I just don't trust him to stay healthy. Yaya Diaby is a very powerful pass rusher who could step in if needed.

With the 139th overall pick in the 5th Round our beloved Denver Broncos select: Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina


Ranked 147th overall by PFF. Keaton Mitchell is lightning fast and very dangerous as a pass catcher. He would be our Isaiah Pacheco. To quote Mandalorian, "This is the way".

With the 195th overall pick in the 6th Round our beloved Denver Broncos select: Payne Durham, TE, Purdue


Ranked 174th overall by PFF. Greg Dulcich is our vertical threat at tight end, but apparently there is buzz we are kicking tires on more traditional blocking tight ends. Payne Durham would fit that role.

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