Quenton Bundrage- Iowa State University
Devon Cajuste- Stanford University
Joe Hansley- Colorado State University
Max McCaffrey- Duke University
Malcom Mitchell- Georgia University
Hunter Sharp- Utah State University
Tajae Sharpe- University of Massachusetts
Sterling Shepard- University of Oklahoma
Nelson Spruce- University of Colorado
Quite a bit of prospects for the Denver Broncos at the wide out position. The team is pretty solid at the wide receiver spot with Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders leading the pack.
With Andre Caldwell gone via free agency, the team could be looking to add an extra player to the wide out corps. The biggest names that I am familiar with on this list are Max McCaffrey and Sterling Shepard.
Max is the son of former Denver Broncos wide out Ed McCaffrey, so it would be pretty cool to have the name continue for the Broncos. He is projected to be a late round or undrafted free agent, so if the team is interested, look for the sixth or seventh round for the Broncos to add him.
I’ve followed Sterling Shepard due to watching Oklahoma Sooner football and this guy has some great skill sets. His strong hands and quick cuts makes him one of the biggest wide out prospects in the draft.
It could be difficult for the Broncos to draft him since he is a projected Second Round draft pick, but he could be a solid option for the Broncos.
Some other names to look out for are Colorado college prospects Joe Hansley and Nelson Spruce.
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