The Broncos have discussed moving Bradley Roby to safety, so perhaps they'll be in the market for a cornerback next offseason. They took a chance on Shane Ray, so perhaps they'll do the same with KeiVarae Russell, who returned to Notre Dame's squad this week from suspension.
Rd. 2, Pk. 22
Anthony Zettel, DT/3-4DE, Penn State
The Broncos have a nice pair of starting defensive ends in Derek Wolfe and Malik Jackson, but both will be free agents after the 2015 season. It'll be difficult to retain both.
The Broncos' offensive line looks like it has the potential to be a huge weakness this season. Orlando Franklin signed with San Diego, while Ryan Clady is out for the year. With an aging statue at quarterback. Denver will need to upgrade its line next offseason.
Conklin is a well-balanced blocker who is effective at protecting the passer and opening holes in the ground game. He turned in an impressive 2014 season as the blind-side protector for Connor Cook. The 6-foot-6, 303-pound Conklin could use a little more power for the NFL, but the redshirt sophomore should add that in an NFL strength and conditioning program.
Pick change; previously Jaylon Smith, LB
Rd. 2, Pk. 18
Spencer Drango, OT, Baylor
The Broncos continue to build an offensive line that could be a serious weakness in 2015.
Drango (6-5, 315) is entering his fourth-straight season as the starter at left tackle for Baylor. He is a quality run-blocker who has steadily improved his pass protection. Drango may fit best as a right tackle or guard in the NFL. Before being injured in 2013, Drango was playing at a really high level as a pass-protector for Bryce Petty. Baylor really missed him when he went out for the season with a ruptured disc in his back in mid-November.