2016 NFL Draft: The Denver Broncos have drafted Will Parks out of Arizona University. I take a look at some of his video highlights here.
The Denver Broncos added on to their secondary by drafting Will Parks, who is listed as a strong safety. The No Fly Zone family continues to grow with that addition.
To give a brief summary on the new safety, this adds depth to the secondary position. That is not a bad pick at all since the team lost both David Bruton Jr. and Omar Bolden. Parks could also factor in as a special teams player as well.
I can see this prospect taking a few snaps down the road on defense along with Justin Simmons. These two could be the big part of the No Fly Zone a few years down the road.
Let us take a look at some of his highlights, starting with his career highlights during his time as a Arizona Wildcat.
The first thing that jumps out at me is his ability to HIT! He can be a force for any receiver who catches a ball in the middle of the field. He can also blitz well and get to the running back. His coverage abilities are great too from the film.
Let us take a look at a specific game against the UTSA Miners.
The first play really impresses me as he closes in on the man in motion right away. And he is able to bring him down. He is an overall great player who could be a solid player in the NFL.
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