The Denver Broncos would be smart to grab a quarterback here. That is, of course, if one of the top two — Dwayne Haskins or Kyler Murray — falls to them at No. 10 overall.
Why? Well, it sure looks as if veteran quarterback Case Keenum’s 2017 magic from the Minnesota Vikings didn’t carry over to Denver, and he looked more like the perennial backup he was before his magical run two seasons ago.
The problem, however, is there just isn’t the value for the next quarterback on this list, Drew Lock. Sure, quarterback stock levels always rise between now and the NFL Draft. But Lock will have to enjoy one of the better NFL Scouting Combines to make that happen.
For now, general manager John Elway passes on Lock and instead grabs Keenum a much-needed offensive playmaker, Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry.
At 6-foot-4 and 213 pounds, Harry’s frame alone makes him an intriguing target. The production is also there, too, and Harry should be the perfect complementary piece to fellow Broncos wideout Emmanuel Sanders.
If these two targets don’t improve Keenum’s game moving forward, few things will.