Third Round, 94th Pick: Miles Killebrew
If Drago or Rocky ever had a son, he would be Miles Killebrew. Killebrew is an old school hard nose safety that would give the Broncos safety position security in case Darian Stewart leaves in free agency next year. Added with the loss of David Bruton and Omar Bolden, it makes this pick intriguing. Bruton played with power and offered the Broncos gems game after game on special teams. Killebrew had three blocked kicks on special teams. He has gems on his resume.
Killebrew could make his presence felt on special teams and very well could start in a year or two. The thumping power of Killebrew gives other players on offense uncomfortable. Killebrew has the cover skills and quick hips to react as a safety in changing directions.
The inconsistent tackling technique of Killebrew can get him beat at times, but the instincts of Killebrew to see ball, hit ball make up for plenty of his tackling ability with great coaching. Killebrew is a Wade Phillips toy; Killebrew could be a tweener with the Broncos at linebacker or safety depending on how they use him. Broncos could look to not add a tweener like Killebrew, since they have Zaire Anderson on the roster who they are high on.
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