8. Luke Rhodes, LB, William & Mary
Rhodes is a small-school tackling machine who would immediately contribute on special teams if needed. Athletic, very productive, and could be a candidate for the practice squad if the Broncos are convinced of their depth at LB going into the season.
High upside pick.
9. Curt Maggitt, EDGE, Tennessee
Incredibly productive edge player when healthy, Maggitt is another health concern that could get pushed to the bottom of the draft. If healthy, the Broncos are getting a steal here. He’s a very good pass rusher and was one of the best kept secrets in the SEC.
10. Jeff Driskel, QB, Louisiana Tech
Former Florida quarterback who was wildly productive as a senior at Louisiana Tech after transferring. Driskel has the ability to be a stash player for the Broncos, who would work on his mechanics and have one of the most athletic QBs in the draft to mold into a good passer.