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Denver Broncos draft needs: 5 small schoolers who can turn the Broncos around

Phillip Lindsay the Broncos running back was a force last season, and if John Elway and his staff can add these small schoolers they could be a team to reckon with in the AFC!

The Denver Broncos struggled a bit last year and this year if they want to come out swinging they better find themselves a quarterback. Case Keenum was not the answer and they found a solid running game via the draft. If they can hit on these small school players they will be in good condition in 2019. Here are their team needs: Quarterback, Offensive Tackle, Defensive Line, Wide Receiver, and Tight End.

Devlin Hodges, QB, Samford – The Broncos are likely going to draft a quarterback high, but it would be smart to sign one as an undrafted free agent and Hodges is a guy that may not go draft who can sling the ball. He broke Steve McNair’s passing record and is a true gunslinger. This would be a great signing for the Broncos after the draft.

Chidi Okeke, OT, Tennessee State – Chidi is a big boy with a mean streak. The offensive line coach at Tennessee State is one of the best in all of college football. He seems to send at least one O-Lineman to the NFL every year. Chidi is his next work of art, and Chidi could make a team spend a late round pick on him. The Broncos land a stud who can protect their new quarterback.

Khalen Saunders, DL, Western Illinois – If the Broncos are serious they will want to sure up their defensive line with an amazing pass rusher already in Von Miller. Saunders is a freak of a man at 6020 and 310 pounds. He tore up the Senior Bowl and is a draft pick. The Broncos will need to spend a draft pick on him but he will bless them year in and year out.

Jason Moore, WR. University of Findlay – Jason Moore is a guy that really has solid size and speed. He was a participant of the NFLPA All-Star game and I heard some teams really loved what they saw. I think Moore will go undrafted, and if he does the Broncos could be all over him. He has speed and size and the Broncos like that.

Marcus Ademilola, TE, Bucknell – Ademilola is a 6040 tight end with solid hands. I like the kid and he is what we would call a super sleeper, or diamond in the rough. I think he has the smarts to be taught how to become a tight end in the Broncos system. He has the intangibles and you cannot teach that!

Damond Talbot

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at

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