Duke CB Breon Borders on Denver Broncos Draft Radar?
With the departure of Kayvon Webster, the Denver Broncos could look to add a corner back in the draft. Could the answer be in Duke’s Breon Borders?
The NFL Draft is a little over a month away. The Denver Broncos might not be done in free agency, but it will be key to look towards the draft.
With the departure of Kayvon Webster, the Broncos will likely look into the draft prospects at cornerback to fill the hole left by the special team ace.
There could be one player that the Denver Broncos might have their eye on.
According to Aaron Wilson, Duke Blue Devils cornerback Breon Borders has a few private workouts scheduled.
According to Zack Kelberman, it is unclear if the Broncos are one of the three teams. But the Broncos have apparently expressed interest in him.
The projection is that he will go undrafted. However, do not rule out the possibility of the Broncos picking him up after the draft.
As we all know from year’s past, the Broncos tend to find some “diamond in the rough” players through the pool of undrafted free agents.
We have seen C.J. Anderson, Juwan Thompson, Chris Harris Jr., and others who have started their careers with the Broncos as undrafted free agents.
Borders was a four year player at Duke. He recorded 148 tackles, seven sacks, and 12 interceptions in his four years.
Looking at his highlight tape, he could be a great fit for the Denver Broncos “No Fly Zone.” He never gives up on the play. And he has a nose for the football. Not to mention he is very fast.
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I would not mind seeing Breon Borders in orange and blue in 2017.
With the need for a cornerback, it will be interesting to see where the Denver Broncos go. But perhaps they can find their next diamond in the rough with Breon Borders.