Denver Broncos 2012 Draft
The Denver Broncos 2012 NFL Draft Class might go down as one of the best draft classes of the early GM John Elway era. The Broncos 2012 draft class included Derek Wolfe and Brock Osweiler in the second round, Ronnie Hillman in the third, Omar Bolden and Philip Blake in the fourth, Malik Jackson in the fifth, and Danny Trevathan in the sixth.
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2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Danny Trevathan, Linebacker 188th Overall
2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Malik Jackson, Defensive End, 137th Overall
2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Philip Blake, Baylor 108th Overall
2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Omar Bolden, Cornerback 101st Overall
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2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Ronnie Hillman, Running Back 67th Overall
2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Brock Osweiler, Quarterback 57th Overall
Although he may not have been projected high in most mock drafts, this is a kid that has some serious burst. In fact, Kirk Davis did a study on "explosion number" and found that Derek Wolfe had the second highest Production Value of any player in the draft.
2012 NFL Draft: Denver Broncos Select Derek Wolfe, Defensive Tackle 36th Overall
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