10 potential Broncos whose stock rose at the 2021 Senior Bowl
Potential Broncos whose stock rose at 2021 Senior Bowl
6. Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
The offensive line took a huge leap forward for the Denver Broncos throughout the 2020 season. If the entire group is healthy, there are legitimately no fewer than six full-time starting-caliber players but the Broncos’ depth has been getting tested in recent years.
The right tackle position has been a revolving door. The right guard position has also been a bit shaky, though 2020 free agent pickup Graham Glasgow will be expected to play there at a high level.
Dillon Radunz might be more of a fit for full-time zone-blocking teams but he has the ability to be a starting tackle or guard in the NFL, and the Broncos could consider him for their “right tackle of the future” selection, whenever that winds up happening.
7. Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest
The Broncos obviously liked what they saw out of the Wake Forest program in the 2019 campaign, using a fifth-round pick on linebacker Justin Strnad and then signing slot corner Essang Bassey and slot receiver Kendall Hinton all in the 2020 class.
If the team spent enough time watching Wake Forest’s 2019 tape, they undoubtedly have a good beat on Carlos Basham Jr., one of the most productive edge players in this class.
Basham has excellent versatility and athleticism. He can play all over the defensive front and even though he has more of the look of a powerful defensive end, he could be a very good edge player in Vic Fangio’s defense.