With Sean Payton and George Paton’s third pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected defensive back Riley Moss out of Iowa. Payton stated after the draft that Moss will play corner in Vance Joseph’s defense. Is that the right call? Where does Moss fit in with the Broncos cornerback room this year? Can he compete with Damarri Mathis for the team’s starting cornerback role opposite Pat Surtain II? What about his long-term future with the team? Do the Broncos deserve an A grade for drafting the talented and productive defensive back?

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Zac Stevens was born and raised in Denver, went to the University of Denver and now covers the Denver Broncos. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from DU in 2014, Zac worked for the Cleveland Browns as a remote scout. He then jumped straight into the journalism industry at the beginning of 2016 covering the reigning world-champion Broncos and joined DNVR soon after. Catch him on Twitter @ZacStevensDNVR and daily on the DNVR Broncos podcast as the co-host.