Denver Broncos: All-legacy players 2020 7-round mock draft
Jon Runyan was once a Pro Bowl and All-Pro offensive tackle in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles before getting into the political world. A fourth-round pick in the 1996 NFL Draft out of Michigan, Runyan’s son is now poised to carry his father’s torch into the NFL.
He may not be a highly touted prospect, but Runyan has a chance to carve out a solid career in the NFL as a guard if he can successfully move inside to guard or center.
Charlie Heck would be an interesting pick at the tackle position for the Broncos, a 6-foot-8 beast at the position who can move.
Heck’s father Andy was once an All-American at Notre Dame before being picked in the first-round of the 1989 NFL Draft.
Now, Charlie has potential as a future starter in the NFL as a tackle who can play on either the right or left side with some time to develop.
The last pick of the mock draft is another Denver Broncos legacy prospect. Luke Juriga was a four-year starter at Western Michigan and had a very productive career with honorable mention All-American honors in the 2019 season.
Luke’s father Jim was a starter on the Denver Broncos’ offensive line in the 80s including for Super Bowl XXIV.