Sixth round: Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State
Though Brown’s stock could eventually rise much higher than this, he would be a nice pickup for the Broncos on day three of the Draft.
A former wide receiver, Brown has soft hands and natural ball skills to go along with outstanding athleticism.
He ran a 4.51 at the combine with a 39.5-inch vertical jump. He has the quickness and speed to close on the ball as well as stick with receivers deep downfield.
Though Brown is not as physical as you would like, he has a lot to work with and would be an ace special teams player right away in the NFL.
If the Broncos sign a starting corner in free agency, they can take a flier on someone like this later in the draft with a chance to develop them into a starter.