Denver Broncos 7-Round Mock Draft

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Denver Broncos Mock Draft

Denver Broncos 7-Round Mock Draft


The Denver Broncos are all in on Sean Payton and Russell Wilson. They don’t have a pick for the first two rounds but do have picks 67, 68, 108, 139, and 195. It wouldn’t be surprising to see them trade down from one of the two back-to-back picks in order to recoup more draft capital. In this Denver Broncos Mock Draft, we have them holding onto all of their picks.

The Broncos have plenty of needs after free agency and will look to add help on the offensive and defensive line, cornerback, running back, and wide receiver. For this 7-round mock draft, I’ll be using Pro Football Focus’ mock draft simulator.

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Denver Broncos 7-round Mock Draft

Round 3 (No. 68 overall)

Pick: Garrett Williams, CB, Syracuse

The Broncos need depth at cornerback and Williams would be the perfect mid-round selection. He is currently rehabbing an ACL injury but could threaten to break into the top-5 of this cornerback class once healthy. Given the Broncos starting strength at cornerback, Williams could learn behind Patrick Surtain, Damarri Mathis, and K’Waun Williams, who each graded as above-average cornerbacks per PFF.

Round 3 (No. 69 overall)

Pick: Andre Carter II, EDGE, Army

Carter has the athletic potential to be a serious force when rushing the passer at 6’6, 256 pounds for the Broncos. He had 15 sacks in 2021 before opponents started scheming to take away Carter’s abilities. He could come in and be an instant contributor for a Broncos defensive line that needs help.

Round 4 (No. 109 overall)

Pick: Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane

Javonte Williams’ recovery may force him to miss game time. This would leave the Broncos with Samaje Perine as their primary starter.

Selecting a dynamic player like Spears would be a good fit. Spears racked up 1,586 yards in 2022 while averaging 6.7 yards per carry or more in every season with Tulane. He’s a great pass-catcher and dynamic in space. Spears could easily be gone by this point but in this 7-round mock draft for the Broncos, he’s still around.

Round 5 (No. 142 overall)

Pick: Keondre Coburn, DL, Texas

Coburn was extremely inconsistent but at 6’2, 332 pounds, could beef up this Broncos’ defensive line quickly. He is a good run-stuffer but also racked up 31 pressures in 2022 using his power.

Round 6 (No. 195 overall)

Pick: Juice Scruggs, C, Penn State

Scruggs tested well at the combine and could come in as a center or guard for the Broncos. The Broncos have two strong tackles and a good right guard but their current center, Lloyd Cushenberry, graded as the fourth-worst center in the league according to PFF last year.

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Author: Connor Allen

Connor Allen utilizes advanced analytics and his knowledge of football to create an edge in sports betting and fantasy leagues. He writes a weekly player prop article that's won over 57% of the time in each of the past two seasons. He placed first and 10th in the FFPC Divisional Round Playoff Contest along with fellow 4for4 writer, Joe Paeno. Connor currently resides in Chicago where he owns a small business and can be found on twitter @ConnorAllenNFL.