Fourth Round, 136th Pick: Graham Glasgow
The Broncos upgraded the left and right side of their offensive line with the signing of Russell Okung and Donald Stephenson. Even though the team is high on Max Garcia at guard and center Matt Paradis the Broncos will still add depth on the line.
Graham Glasgow, number 61 in the picture from USA Today, from the University of Michigan would give the Broncos a physical blocker at the snap. He has great hand placement with an ability to move a pile. Glasgow has been on the rise, as a prospect, since he produced well at the Senior Bowl and a strong 2015 season under new coach Jim Harbaugh. Harbaugh has always instituted a pro style offense with a strong running offense and pass protection. The Broncos will get a good offensive lineman if Glasgow is there in the fourth round. Due to his rise, he may not make it that far.
Taller than most centers, Glasgow can still be capable of utilizing his physical tools. This would not be the first time the Broncos would maybe draft a player with headaches attached to him. Glasgow has had off-the-field issues such as 12-month probation for a DUI, but is a prospect worth taking a look at if the Broncos want competition with Garcia and Paradis.
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