As Denver Broncos fans, you may think it’s too early to start talking draft, but it’s never too early for the team to start setting itself up for multiple seasons like we’re having right now.
I guarantee you that the Broncos’ front office and personnel staff are thinking draft even with a 13-3 team heading straight to the divisional round of the playoffs. That’s why we’re going to jump ahead as well.
If the draft were today, the Broncos would have the last pick in the first round.
With the 32nd pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select:
32. Denver Broncos – Jesse Williams, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
Williams has a non-stop motor and would create a distraction in the middle of the Broncos defensive line that would take some attention off of Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil. If you can create an interior presence while freeing up your top pass rushers, it is an opportunity you need to jump on.- Josh Sanchez (FanSided)
Williams is from Australia and played at a junior college in Arizona before transferring to Alabama.
He can bench press 600 pounds, but what’s more is he’s agile and very gifted athletically, especially in getting around the edge.
In his first season with the Tide, Williams started all 13 games as a defensive end, with 24 tackles (4 tackles for a loss) and half a sack.
This is just food for thought. Let us know what you think? Which position/player should the Broncos go after in the first round of this year’s draft?
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