Broncos should have these 3 prospects on their board after Senior Bowl
There were some strong performances throughout the week leading up to the Senior Bowl, and the Denver Broncos should have been taking note of three of these prospects.
The National team defeated the America team 20-10 in Saturday’s Senior Bowl, but the result of these All-Star games is always secondary to the evaluation process of the future pro prospects that are on the field.
The Senior Bowl is one of the key tools in the process leading up to the draft each year and it isn’t just the game, it’s the week of practice that NFL scouts look at just as much, if not even more.
For the Broncos, a team with needs at several positions, there are a few players that should have stood out in this game and should be squarely on George Paton’s draft board.
Though the team should have been keeping tabs on some of the quarterbacks in this game, none of the prospects on this list are going to be quarterbacks.
Desmond Ridder, Malik Willis look strong in Senior Bowl, but the Broncos should look at other positions in the draft
Cincinnati’s Desmond Ridder and Liberty’s Malik Willis did nothing to hurt their draft stock in the Senior Bowl as each made some impressive plays. In addition, Kenny Pickett, the No. 1 quarterback on draft analyst’s boards, when 6-for-6 passing in the game.
But the Broncos have other glaring needs in which they need to find players with a chance to be key contributors and three of those potential players had strong weeks down in Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl.