The Broncos still need offensive line depth, and two of my favorite players in this class in the middle rounds right now are Kansas tackle Hakeem Adeniji and Auburn tackle Jack Driscoll.
Driscoll was a transfer to Auburn from UMass where he also played tackle, and he’s one of the more underrated players in a loaded tackle class if you ask me.
I like his athleticism at the position and movement skills in pass protection.
He’s physical in the running game and does a good job getting out to the second level. Because the Broncos don’t currently have an ‘immediate’ need for a starting offensive tackle, I think they can afford to wait until this point in the draft to take one if they want.
If they are able to secure a starting center and guard in free agency, they may wait until the third round or later to address the offensive line entirely.
What if they re-sign Connor McGovern and sign a free agent like BJ Finney of the Steelers?
I think there are scenarios where players like Driscoll or Adeniji or other players like that make the most sense for the Broncos if they address those spots with free agency coming up.
Either way, a player like Driscoll gives you depth and starting upside at the tackle position.