Denver Broncos 2020 mock draft: Filling in the remaining gaps
Just like I am starting to doubt if a player like Wills will be around when the Broncos are on the clock in the first round, I’m also doubting whether a player like Jalen Reagor will be there when they’re on the board in round two.
Reagor has dynamic speed and play strength, showing off excellent hands at the catch point and great vision after the catch.
I’m guessing he will run the 40-yard dash in the low 4.4, high 4.3 range, and ultimately his skill set could get him drafted in the top 32 picks. If he lasts beyond the first round, the Broncos might even have to move up a bit to get him.
One way or another, I think the Broncos have to use one of their top two picks on the wide receiver position. This offense is very clearly missing an element of speed deep downfield, and someone to take consistent pressure off of Courtland Sutton.
The addition of a player like Reagor in Denver’s offense would be bordering on catastrophic for opposing defenses with all of the weapons at Drew Lock’s disposal, especially if the Broncos are able to get a player like Jedrick Wills in the first round to play on the offensive line.