Offense part 3
Beau Benszchawel, OL, Wisconsin
The Broncos seem to be doing a very good job of developing late-round, UDFA linemen lately. They love Big Ten players and Benszchawel is one of the best interior linemen on the board as of the end of the draft.
Shaq Calhoun, IOL, Mississippi State
Not as good as his teammate Elgton Jenkins, but Calhoun has starting qualities as an interior offensive lineman.
Mitch Hyatt, OL, Clemson
Longtime starter for the Tigers program, Hyatt has not been in the good graces of draft twitter for quite some time. However, he was beloved by the coaches at Clemson and may be a swing tackle/guard option to replace Billy Turner.
Alex Bars, OL, Notre Dame
A knee injury derailed his final season for the Irish, but Bars was considered a day two player at guard/center before the injury.