2. Joe Alt, OL, Notre Dame
A top prospect along the offensive line that goes to Notre Dame is usually a good sign. Joe Alt might be the best all-around OL prospect in this entire class, and he's still just 20-years-old. It's not that the Denver Broncos urgently need a left tackle, but Garett Bolles is no the wrong side of 30, so there's that.
Alt is also 6-foot-8 and over 300 pounds, so this is an absolute mountain of a grown man.
Alt would join another 6-foot-8 tackle from Notre Dame in Mike McGlinchey, which could be fun. Honestly, I think if a prospect of Alt's caliber were to fall to the Denver Broncos, they should jump on it. The team could probably easily trade Garett Bolles and save a bit of money along the offensive line. My personal opinion is not going with a left tackle in round one, but perhaps later in the draft.