Omar Bolden Makes 2012 NFL Draft ‘All Value Team’

Omar Bolden during the game against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks. (Rick Scuteri-US PRESSWIRE)

The Broncos took a small risk when they drafted CB Omar Bolden in the fourth round (101st overall), but the payout could be huge. Bolden missed the 2011 season with a torn ACL, but had he not sustained the injury, many agree that he would have been a first or second round draft pick.

DIRECTV and NFL Draft guru Michael Lombardi have come up with the 2012 NFL Draft “All Value Team,” and Bolden has made that list. Bolden could very well fill in as a dime back and take over Eddie Royal’s duties in the kick return game.

Here’s a list of other player’s that made the NFL Draft All Value Team.

Jeff Allen – OT/OG, Kansas CIty (44th)

Mike Adams – OT, Pittsburgh (56th)

Demario Davis – LB, New York Jets (77th)

Akiem Hicks – DE, New Orleans (89th)

Frank Alexander – DE, Carolina (103rd)

Tank Carder – LB, Buffalo (147th)

Jack Crawford – DE, Oakland (158th)

Vick Ballard – RB, Indianapolis (170th)

Billy Winn – DT, Cleveland (205th)

Caleb McSurdy – LB, Dallas (222nd)

Cam Johnson – DE, San Francisco (237th)

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Topics: Denver Broncos, Nfl Draft, Omar Bolden

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  • Backup Quarterback Blog

    Respectfully disagree.  We had Bolden as the 24th worst value pick in the draft.  STATS, Inc. rated him as a 53 out of 100; early in the 4th round, they should have gotten a 69.  Broncos came out 6th worst out of the 32 teams in our rankings: http://www.backupquarterbackblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/draft-from-best-bengals-to-worst.html

  • allbiznezz

    @PredomOrange 1/2bolden had k.o. rtrn td vs. wisc./made bdgrs look B1G/slow. hillman embarrassed mizzou @ columbia.