With their second round selection, the 51st overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos grabbed defensive end DeMarcus Walker out of Florida State.
- 6’4″, 280 lbs
- 67 tackles, 19. 5tackles for loss, 16 sacks in 13 games played in 2016 season
- 25 sacks in 2015 and 2016 seasons combined
- @livinglegend_44 on Twitter
Denver then selected wide receiver Carlos Henderson out of Louisiana Tech in the third round, with the 82nd overall pick. Henderson looks like he can fit right into the Broncos as a much needed slot receiver.
- 5’11”, 199 lbs
- Conference USA’s Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year in 2016
- Led all of NCAA with 19 touchdown receptions
- @CHenderson_2 on Twitter
Later in the third round, with the 101st overall selection the Broncos took Lamar cornerback Brendan Langley.
- 6’0″, 201 lbs
- Southland Conference First-team All-Conference
- Six interceptions, two punt return touchdowns in 2016 season.
- @1kinglang on Twitter
After some trades on Saturday morning, the Broncos have five picks in rounds 4-7 on Saturday afternoon, we will have more on those picks later in the day.