Denver Broncos mock draft: Kyler Murray a wild card option
Third round: Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
The Broncos drafted Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton in 2018, and both players look like they have a chance to be stars in the coming years.
With that said, the position could use another playmaker to go along with the young talent already in place.
Emmanuel Sanders could be with the team for at least one more season, but that’s not a guarantee. If Sanders isn’t with the Broncos or his health is a question heading into the 2018 season, the Broncos are going to need to find another receiver.
Tim Patrick emerged as a solid option in the rotation this year but it remains to be seen whether or not he can develop into a full-time player in the NFL.
Sutton and Hamilton seem headed toward being the team’s top two receivers but Hall’s speed would put this unit over the top.
He forces defensive backs to play off coverage because of his ability to separate with deep speed and at 6-foot-3, he also has the length to be able to win contested catch situations.