Broncos Mock Draft: Adding playmakers for Drew Lock

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Drew Lock

DENVER, CO – DECEMBER 29: Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after a 16-15 win over the Oakland Raiders at Empower Field at Mile High on December 29, 2019, in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

As the NFL is a few days away from the draft, I provide one final mock draft as the Denver Broncos will look to improve with their selections.

The NFL draft is just a few days away and the Broncos will be looking to fill out the final key needs for their roster. The team has done a solid job in free agency with the defensive side of the ball. All that is really left for defense is to find a cornerback and maybe an inside linebacker.

What will likely be the main focus for the Broncos in this draft will be on offense. And the biggest need will come at the wide receiver position. Courtland Sutton is unquestionably the number one receiver. DaeSean Hamilton would be number two, but he has yet to really break out. There is no doubt he records most of his stats toward the end of the season.

What Denver needs is a consistent number two receiver. The team traded Emmanuel Sanders last season and his absence was obviously noticed. If the opposing team is covering Sutton, it makes it challenging for the quarterback to find someone to throw to if the others are inconsistent.

Drew Lock is going to need some playmakers. And the Broncos are going to do what they can to provide him with that. I decided for the final time this offseason I would attempt to see how the board will fall for the Broncos.

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