The 2014 NFL Draft is finally over for the Denver Broncos, with the ever-exciting undrafted free agent period remaining. The Broncos made six selections in all, with a balanced three offensive and three defensive players.
The them on offense was size, and the theme on defense was speed. Here’s a full recap of the Broncos’ six selections
First Round, 31st overall: Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State
Speedy, athletic, cornerback prospect with toughness who will contribute immediately to a now stacked Denver secondary.
Second Round, 56th overall: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
Big wide receiver with speed, blocking ability, and phenomenal ball skills. Will be a playmaker in the NFL.
Third Round, 95th overall: Michael Schofield, OL, Michigan
Versatile OT/OG who the Broncos feel can be a starter with added weight at either position.
Fifth Round, 156th overall: Lamin Barrow, LB, LSU
Speed. Athletic linebacker with a nose for making plays. Led LSU in tackles this past season and is a STs player also.
Sixth Round, 207th overall: Matt Paradis, C, Boise State
Gritty overachiever on the offensive line who some believe has starting potential as an NFL center.
Seventh Round, 242nd overall: Corey Nelson, LB, Oklahoma
Fully recovered from torn pectoral injury in 2013. Great speed. Athletic defensive playmaker.