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for the Denver Broncos on Day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft? Christopher Hart updates his remaining Big Board and shares his thoughts."It’s never a dull moment covering the 2019 NFL Draft and the Denver Broncos made several moves on the first day that had all of Broncos Country at the edge of their seat. To start off their evening Jeff Heuerman Jersey , they acquired an extra second-round selection (#52 overall) and a future third round selection from the Pittsburgh Steelers, who traded up for Michigan linebacker Devin Bush. After dropping own to the twentieth overall selection, the franchise selected high-profile tight end Noah Fant, giving them a dynamic weapon at the position they haven’t had in half a decade. (ICYMI — here is my scouting report on Fant.)After the first round was in the books, twenty-three prospects in my top thirty-two went in the first round. Six others who ended up going on the first day were ranked thirty-three through forty-two respectively, with only three players outside the the top fifty going in the first. So who are the best players from my board that still remain and which of them could be favorites to land with the Broncos tomorrow evening? Let’s take a look.Hart’s Best Players Available for Day 219. Jawaan Taylor, OT — FloridaThe reason Taylor is still available is simple — there are medical concerns with his knee according to various reports. I’m not big on taking prospects with injury risks high in the draft, so I’d hope the Broncos would pass on him given that issue.21. Byron Murphy, CB — WashingtonIf the Broncos somehow ended up with Murphy in the second round I’d be absolutely elated. He is a tremendous fit for Vic Fangio’s defense and is one of the ‘stickiest’ corners in the draft. When you factor in the Chris Harris Jr. situation — it’s quite clear Denver needs to find themselves another cornerback.23. Drew Lock, QB — MissouriI’m not too surprised that Lock slid out of the first round. His mechanics are a mess (especially his footwork) which has a negative impact on his overall accuracy. However, his potential and talent may be too good for the Broncos to pass up if he is on the clock at #41 overall. Kevin Hogan and Garrett Grayson aren’t quality back-up material and they aren’t guys you want starting at any point ever.24. Greedy Williams, CB — LSUWilliams isn’t the best fit for the Broncos’ defense, but you he has traits you can’t teach and if he puts it all together and improves upon his tackling he could be a quality boundary corner in the National Football League. Those are two big ifs but in the second round the risk is worth the reward.26. Dalton Risner, OL — Kansas StateThe Broncos like Risner and if available he would be an obvious choice for the franchise considering they have significant needs long-term on the interior. His ability to play four spots (everything but left tackle) only adds to his value. Don’t be surprised if he is one of the prospects Denver selects on Day 2.28. Nasir Adderley, S — DelawareWill Parks and Justin Simmons are both free agents after the end of next season. While I envision one of them receiving a contract extension, I’m not sure both do. Adderley is a ball-hawking defensive back who forces a lot of turnovers. He would be a dark horse pick for sure but a great value selection nevertheless.29. D.K. Metcalf, WR — Ole MissThe Broncos drafted Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton in last year’s draft and added a dynamic tight end in Fant to their roster yesterday evening. Could you imagine the Broncos’ offense with Metcalf added into the mix? Good luck to opposing secondaries if that happens.30. Cody Ford, OT — OklahomaMike Munchak is one of the best in the business at coaching up offensive lineman and Ford has a tremendous amount of athleticism for a man his size. His best fit might be at offensive guard and the Broncos do have a need there.32. Rock Ya-Sin, CB — TempleThe aforementioned Murphy and Williams are still available, but Ya-Sin is a rock solid corner who can compete for snaps immediately. His physicality and strong tackling line up with the aggressive attitude of Fangio’s defense.The Remainder of Hart’s Top 10035. Irv Smith Jr., TE — Alabama39. A.J. Brown, WR — Ole Miss40. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S — Florida 41. Deebo Samuel, WR — South Carolina 43. Joejuan Williams, CB — Vanderbilt44. Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE — Louisiana Tech 45. Dre’Mont Jones, DT— Ohio State46. Hakeem Butler, WR — Iowa State47. Erik McCoy, C — Texas A&M 48. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR — Stanford49. Taylor Rapp Shane Ray Jersey , S — Washington50. Trysten Hill, DT — Central Florida51. Juan Thornhill, DB — Virginia Tech52. Riley Ridley, WR — Georgia53. Yodny Cajuste, OT — West Virgnia55. Justin Layne, CB — Michigan State56. Trayvon Mullen, CB — Clemson58. Greg Little, OT — Ole Miss59. Zach Allen, DE — Boston College60. Amani Hooker, S — Iowa 61. Chase Winovich, EDGE — Michigan62. Jahlani Tavai, LB — Hawaii63. Parris Campbell, WR — Ohio State 64. Kelvin Harmon, WR — NC State65. Jarrett Stidham, QB — Auburn66. Jachai Polite, EDGE — Florida67. Deionte Thompson, S — Alabama68. Amani Oruwariye, CB — Penn State69. Elgton Jenkins, C — Mississippi State70. Sean Bunting, CB — Central Michigan71. David Montgomery, RB Iowa State72. Terry McLaurin, WR — Ohio State73. Joe Jackson, DE — Miami74. Josh Oliver, TE — San Jose State75. Germaine Pratt, LB — NC State76. Anthony Nelson, DE — Iowa 77. Oshane Ximines, EDGE — Old Dominion78. Mack Wilson, LB - Alabama79. Khalen Saunders, DT — Western Illinois80. Isaiah Johnson, CB — Houston81. Andy Isabella Justin Simmons Jersey , WR — Massachusetts82. Dawson Knox, TE — Ole Miss 83. Nate Davis, OG — Charlotte84. Darrell Henderson, RB — Memphis85. Bobby Okereke, LB — Stanford86. Blake Cashman, LB — Minnesota87. Miles Sanders, RB — Penn State88. Damien Harris, RB — Alabama89. Drew Samia, OG — Oklahoma90. Ryan Finley, QB — North Carolina State91. Miles Boykin, WR - Notre Dame92. D’Andre Walker, EDGE — Georgia93. Max Scharping, OT — Northern Illinois94. Connor McGovern, OG — Penn State95. Ben Banogu, EDGE — TCU96. Isaiah Buggs, DE — Alabama97. Jace Sternberger, TE — Texas A&M 98. Mecole Hardman, WR — Georgia 99. Will Grier, QB — West Virginia 100. Devin Singletary, RB — Florida Atlantic This would be a popular pick."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Broncos Draft 2019Daniel Jeremiah mocks LSU linebacker Devin White to the Broncos in his latest mock draftNew,44commentsThis would be a popular pick. Daniel Jeremiah mocks LSU linebacker Devin White to the Broncos in his latest mock draftKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsNFL Network’s lead draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah released his latest mock draft on Tuesday and gave the Broncos former LSU linebacker, Devin White. Many assume and/or believe that White will be a top 5 pick in next week’s NFL Draft so this would be a surprising get, but a good one for the Broncos. Here is how Jeremiah believes the top 10 will go. Cardinals - QB Kyler Murray49ers - EDGE Nick BosaJets - DT Ed OliverRaiders - DT Quinnen WilliamsBuccaneers - EDGE Josh AllenGiants - QB Daniel JonesJaguars - OT Jawaan TaylorLions - G Jonah WilliamsBills - TE T.J. HockensonBroncos - ILB Devin WhiteLooking at how this board fell here for the Broncos, White would likely be the best available player on their board. Here is Jeremiah’s reasoning for the White selection. The inside linebacker position is a very important one for Vic Fangio’s defense and someone like White could step in and be an instant impact starter for them. He still needs some development and is a bit raw, but all the physical tools are there for him to be an All-Pro level middle linebacker down the road. Now, as I said earlier, I don’t think White makes it to 10th overall. There are reports/rumors/whispers that the Raiders like White and the Bucs interest in him has been well documented. However, it is the draft and stranger things have happened so this scenario isn’t out of question. This pick would make the fan base happy and likely make Head Coach Vic Fangio one happy sweat pant wearing man.
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