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Another good week to look ahead to next year’s draft class. For this week’s 3 & Out I spoke with Benjamin Solak of The Draft Network to get an outside view on what Denver needs come Draft Day. If you haven’t started looking at The Draft Network for Mock drafts they do a series every Monday that I highly recommend. They’re also the best resource on the net with their 2019 player (FR: joueur) database. As always , this interview was lightly interviewed for clarity. 1st and 10Most of the season I’ve seen The Draft Network mock a quarterback to the Broncos. two weeks ago you gave them Jarret Stidham from Auburn, (will link the profile) and last (FR: un dernier joueur) Monday Brad Kelly gave them Will Grier from West Virginia. It seems like everyone’s sold on Justin Herbert but leery of the rest of this class, which made your mock even more interesting because you had Herbert staying at Oregon. So I guess if that were to happen, or Denver can’t get into realistic contention for him, why should they go after Grier, Stidham or even Drew Lock?Why should they? I suppose because they really need a quarterback, and teams that need a quarterback are pretty dead in the water in terms of deep playoff aspirations.Stidham isn’t a player (FR: joueur) I want to hang my hat on at all, as he’s struggled this season with his decision-making and accuracy. But because he’s a big-bodied SEC passer whose teams have been relatively successful, he’ll hit a lot of boxes for an evaluator like Elway. Grier is likely the best player (FR: joueur) of the three Youth Royce Freeman Jersey , but he’s a hot-and-cold passer who needs strong pass-catchers around him to be successful. Lock is a project quarterback with nice size and physical traits, but you’ll need a good bit of time to get him comfortable with the playbook.2nd and 8Outside of the QB position what do you see as the biggest needs of this Broncos team? They seem better than their record, but at the same time lost in blowout fashion to a rebuilding Jets team.Building in the trenches is always a great idea, especially when you need to nurse a young quarterback (eventually). Even when you don’t have a strong QB back there, a good offensive line helps power the running game. I could see them making a move at offensive tackle to upgrade on Jared Veldheer, in which case a player (FR: joueur) like West Virginia’s Yodny Cajuste or Wisconsin’s David Edwards makes a lot of sense. If they want to get a guy with tackle/guard versatility to really subscribe to a ‘best five’ mindset, look for Alabama’s Jonah Williams and Kansas State’s Dalton Risner.Interior defensive line is also probably a need -- that DeMarcus Walker pick was always a bad one. It’s a super strong class there: Alabama’s got two strong players in Quinnen Williams and Raekwon Davis, and Mississippi State’s Jeffery Simmons is a world-beater if you feel clear with his off-field history. 3rd and 5Since they have all these other needs, would it be better for them to chase after a different position where there seems to be a deep pool of talent and try to hold out for the QB crop of 2020? Fans are already calling for Tua Tagovailoa. It’s tough to plan for the 2020 draft because you never really know what’s coming. The mostly likely top quarterback to come off the board in 2020 right now isn’t even Tua -- it’s Justin Herbert Cheap Derek Wolfe Jersey , who may very well go back to school. Who knows if Tua comes out? What if he has a late injury and decides to go back to school instead of entering the Draft hurt? You never want to go reaching for lower talent just because you have need -- Denver shouldn’t feel the need to force quarterback -- but for every week that you start a quarterback who simply doesn’t give you a chance to be a division champion and playoff team, your team’s star players become less and less patient. That’s a tough thing to deal with in the locker room. Would Broncos Country possibly wait ‘til 2021 for their franchise QB? Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports4th and 3Everyone talks about the defensive line class and how great it looks, but what are the other strengths of this class? What are the weakest positions? Strong: Interior Defensive Line, EDGE, Wide Receiver, Interior Offensive LineWeak: Safety, Offensive Tackle, Running Back, QuarterbackDT Jerry Tillery has been an absolute menace for the Fighting Irish this season -- his frame and power remind me of Leonard Williams out of USC. Denver likely won’t be starving for EDGE play Youth Garett Bolles Jersey , but OLB Chase Winovich from Michigan may be available on Day 3, and he’s a polished rusher who should be a good special teamer. I love the Courtland Sutton/DaeSean Hamilton pairing for the Broncos -- I guess if you’re looking for a guy not necessarily in either of those two molds, then a Collin Johnson from Texas gives you downfield contested catch ability that neither Sutton or Hamilton bring. Interior guys? I’m falling hard for Chris Lindstrom, the guard out of Boston College -- big, powerful hands, clean footwork. He’s a people mover.What do you think Broncos Country? According to 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway and Director of player (FR: joueur) Personnel Matt Russell will be attending the Oregon vs. Washington game today in Eugene, Oregon. Klis goes on to state that the Broncos biggest needs “right now” are at offensive tackle and cornerback. He goes on to name multiple prospects off each team who fits that criteria. That’s great. However, John Elway doesn’t go to many games to watch a cornerback or offensive tackles. He has scouts and executives who do that. When Elway attends a game Youth Phillip Lindsay Jersey , he is going to watch one specific position, and that position is the quarterback position. Not even one year ago, Elway watched Josh Allen’s and Sam Darnold’s bowl games. He requested to have Baker Mayfield on their Senior Bowl roster and he met and worked all of them out at some point. So I am willing to bet that John Elway is there to see Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert up close and through his own eyes. Herbert is a 6’6”, 234lb quarterback with a big arm and plus athleticism. He fits the profile of an “Elway quarterback” and the Broncos have a need there. Currently, they have Case Keenum who has been a disappointment signed to a two-year deal and former seventh-round pick Chad Kelly as his backup. Keenum isn’t the future and may not even be back with the team next year and we have yet to see what Kelly can do in a regular season game(we will soon). So it makes sense for Elway to start looking at the top quarterback prospects in this year’s class. Washington’s Jake Browning is the other quarterback who they may be watching but Herbert has top 5 pick potential and is the notable prospect(right now at least) at the quarterback position. With the way the Broncos are likely trending, a top 5 or 10 pick isn’t out of the question again and Herbert makes a ton of sense. This could all be due diligence by the Broncos top decision makers, but anytime Elway goes out to watch one of the top quarterback prospects in the upcoming draft it is noteworthy.
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