Who Will the Broncos Keep on the Defensive Front Seven?

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Aug 7, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos defensive tackle Marvin Austin (76) during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos won 21-16. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Defensive Tackle

mockdraft order=”98″ firstname=”Terrance” lastname=”Knighton” position=”” from=”” league=”” teamlogo=””]Pot Roast is primed for another big year with the Broncos after his breakout campaign in 2013. He’s one of the leaders on the defense and brings an awesome personality to Denver’s line.[/mockdraft]

mockdraft order=”92″ firstname=”Sylvester” lastname=”Williams” position=”” from=”” league=”” teamlogo=””]Quickness and power are the two traits of Williams’ game that stand out the most. He’s going to be wrecking things for opposing offenses this year after getting the hang of the speed of the NFL game in 2013 as a rookie.[/mockdraft]

mockdraft order=”76″ firstname=”Marvin” lastname=”Austin” position=”” from=”” league=”” teamlogo=””]Austin has come back from major injuries to his back to be one of the Broncos’ best players at training camp. Every time I’ve watched him, he’s just physically dominant. They may have gotten the version of Austin that was once considered a top five prospect out of North Carolina.[/mockdraft]

mockdraft order=”99″ firstname=”Kevin” lastname=”Vickerson” position=”” from=”” league=”” teamlogo=””]Kevin Vickerson missed some time last season with an injury, but he’s still going to be one of the primary backups at DT I think. He’s battling it out with Mitch Unrein at this point, I would say for that last DT spot.[/mockdraft]