Andre Simone and Henry Chisholm break down the AFC West’s draft classes, as well as the quarterbacks.


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Henry was born in Columbia Falls, Montana and graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 2015. He earned bachelor's degrees in journalism and economics from the University of Montana in 2019. Henry joined BSN Denver as a remote staff writer in 2017, providing support to BSN's Broncos beat reporters. He interned at BSN headquarters in the summer of 2018 and accepted a full-time position after graduating from UM.

  • Hey guys, who do you guys suggest that we watch out in this next season of college football that will be a possibility for the broncos in the 2021 draft? Especially in their projected areas of need, like OT,LB,CB,IDL and S imo. Would like to start watching this guys live next season because a lot of the games do not became available in youtube afterwards. Thanks as always for the hard work, love the draft podcast.

  • Hi Boys, thanks for the amazing content. Living in the UK, I have never watched a season of college football before. My question is, assuming the season goes ahead, how do you decide which games to watch, as there is so much choice each week? Any tips for exciting teams to look out for, perhaps some under the radar players/teams that most won’t be watching but could be a lot of fun. Keep up the great work.

  • Hey guys, before my question I just wanted to thank you both for all the hard work you put into this years draft. You two are the unsung heroes of DNVR and your draft content is as knowledgeable, balanced, and engaging as any of the big media analysts out there! The draft is my favorite time of year and you guys make it all the more exciting. Out of the broncos last 3 draft hauls, who do you think is the best overall value pick? Also, if you could swap one pick of the last three years, who would it be and what player would you replace them with? Mine would be swapping Royce with Fed Warner! Thanks guys!

  • You guys are really doing the Lord’s work with Breckenridge. I am perhaps a little biased because I sell it but just chiming in on my top three; *feel free to skip over my long winded explanations*
    1. Strawberry Sky (it’s not close)
    2. Mountain Beaches (new one that’s really climbing my top ranks)
    3. I’m cheating and calling it a three way tie between Vanilla Porter, Avalanche, and Autumn Ale. The first two are just perfect representations of classic brews with key Notes highlighted to perfection, and the auto mail just slaps.

  • Hey guys. First and foremost great job on the three days of live draft coverage. I was able to follow along and get filled in on all the prospects that I really had no idea about! The knowledge you guys have about the prospects all the way down to Mr irrelevant was really inspiring and I dont know how you keep all of those names and tape straight!

    As I followed along with the later rounds of the draft I noticed KJ hill going to the chargers in the 7th round. Do you guys think that if the broncos would not have taken hammler in the second a nice consolation prize/ pick would have been hill? I just feel like hill is going to be a thorn in the side for the broncos for years to come. Super undervalued in my opinion. Also, WR always seems to be the position group you find late round gems that consistently contribute in the NFL.
    As always keep up the great work boys! Go Broncos!

  • Hey Guys, I think you heard it like 100 times, but I also want to say thank you for all the love you put into the draft preparation, I have learned so much on evaluating players from you, it’s incredible. One question: which film-material do you guys use if you want to evaluate college players? Do you use Youtube, du you have exclusive rights for some game tapes or do you have some games recorded? I usually use Youtube, but sometimes I only can find like 3 full games of one prospect, so it can be difficult to evaluate some players. Keep the nice work up guys, you are amazing!

  • I’ve recently been constructing a draft value system (similar to draft value trade chart) wherein players are assigned points based my big board rankings and the descending points
    Assigned are somewhat exponential. Therefore if you get a player ranked, say 6th overall at pick 17 you get a major cache of value points. If that same player feel to the 2nd rd, you would even get bonus points. If, like the Seahawks you went the other direction you get major points subtracted.

    Have you ever considered a value rating system like this ?
    Not based just on how many spots you gained, but on a set of assigned points for each slot.

    The Count

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