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After ranking the top-200 prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft with our final big board, we’re also unveiling our position rankings. You’ll also find the grades for each position to assess which is the strongest group in 2020, for even more draft coverage check out the DNVR 2020 NFL Draft Guide. Let’s dig in. OFFENSE QUARTERBACKS Grade: B This is,…...

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As is tradition at DNVR, we’re releasing our annual top-200 NFL Draft prospects of 2020, with our graded tiers as a guide for where the best value lies for the Denver Broncos in this class. Enjoy! Note: for more in-depth breakdowns of all the top prospects and much more check out the DNVR 2020 NFL Draft Guide. TIER 1: ELITE…...

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The Denver Broncos picked Juwann Winfree, a wide receiver from Colorado, in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. Most analysts didn’t expect Winfree to be drafted, primarily due to his lack of college production, but John Elway saw enough potential in the well-traveled receiver to take a risk. Here are five things you might not know about Juwann Winfree:…...

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The Broncos picked Oregon linebacker Justin Hollins in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Hollins primarily played 3-4 outside linebacker in college, so Denver’s decision to bring him in makes sense given the departures of Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett. But the Broncos are also giving Hollins a look at inside linebacker, a surprise that comes in the…...

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The Denver Broncos selected Ohio State defensive lineman Dre’Mont Jones in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Jones played three seasons with the Buckeyes and left following his redshirt-junior season, when he was named first-team All-Big Ten. Here are five things you might not know about Dre’Mont Jones: He was sidelined by a freak injury Entering the 2019…...

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