Denver Broncos mock draft: Falling in love with Drew Lock
The Broncos have been looking closely at edge players this draft process with big time athletic skills but maybe not quite the production to match up.
Justin Hollins is one of those players who will be taking a pre-draft visit to Denver and he seems like a solid fit as a rotational rusher and someone who could make an impact year one in that regard.
The Broncos know as well as anyone that you can never have enough pass rushers. Just look at the 2015 unit that included Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, first rounder Shane Ray, and UDFA star Shaquil Barrett.
That unit is as good as you will ever see in the NFL with backups who would (or literally could this year) be starting for other NFL teams.
Hollins is another four-year player from Oregon (out of a conference the Broncos love) where the Broncos have scouted many games in person. He has the skills and athleticism to crack the rotation as a rookie.