Taking a look at all of the Denver Broncos’ 2018 rookies and grading their performance so far in their first year of NFL action.
The performance of the Denver Broncos’ 2018 rookie class has been nothing short of incredible to witness.
Although the New Orleans Saints in 2017 experienced a near NFC Championship berth along with the emergence of their stellar rookie class (Marshon Lattimore, Ryan Ramczyk, Alvin Kamara, Marcus Williams), what the Broncos’ rookies have done so far this season should be getting recognized league-wide.
As much credit as John Elway deserves for poor draft classes leading up to 2018, he and his staff deserve a tremendous amount of credit for absolutely nailing this year’s draft class.
From top pick Bradley Chubb all the way to undrafted players like Phillip Lindsay and late additions like Alexander Johnson, the Broncos’ rookie class is going to be the foundation of the future of this team.
Unlike the 2017 class, this year’s group came into the league ready to contribute right away, and not only just contribute, but prove they belong.
Let’s take a look at the rookies from this year’s 2018 class, what each player has brought to the Broncos so far, and what we can expect from them heading into the future.