What scenario would work for the Denver Broncos to bring in Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins in the 2019 NFL Draft? Let’s take a look.
The Denver Broncos are close to hiring a new head coach. Whether the new head coach is Vic Fangio or Mike Munchak, the fact that this team needs a quarterback of the future is undeniable.
How are the Broncos going to get a new quarterback? It’s not likely to be through free agency. The Broncos could try and make a blockbuster trade with the Eagles for Carson Wentz, but that’s more of a pipe dream than anything realistic (unless Nick Foles wins a second straight title).
The more realistic scenario for the Broncos involves making a move in the 2019 NFL Draft, perhaps an aggressive one. We’ve explored mock draft scenarios involving the Broncos getting Drew Lock of Missouri and also Daniel Jones of Duke, an underrated but very intriguing candidate.
We will continue to explore the options as we progress forward into the offseason, especially when we know for sure who will be coaching the Broncos’ offense (it seems likely to be Gary Kubiak). Right now, however, we’re going to take a very specific approach to a new mock draft for the Broncos.
We’re going to put together this mock draft with the thought that as the acting brain trust of the Denver Broncos, our primary goal is to get Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Haskins recently declared for the 2019 NFL Draft and could be the top quarterback on the board.
What if the Broncos make him their primary target? Here’s what they might have to do to get him and how the rest of their draft could go as a result.