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One of the first positions the Broncos need to square away will be corner back.
Both Champ Bailey and Andrew Goodman aren't getting any younger and replacements need to come in. The Broncos should be keeping eyes on Janoris Jenkins.
Despite some off-field issues, Jenkins has emerged as 27th-ranked overall pick, fourth in his position. Jenkins earned recognition early after being the second Gator ever to start his first collegiate game and would go on to start 37-of-40 games.
In his first season at Florida, Jenkins compiled 39 tackles, 11 broken passes and three interceptions his first year. Jenkins earned Freshman All-SEC accolades that year.
Since his freshman year, Janoris has impressed the masses with his exceptional ability to catch a glimpse of the backfield and anticipate the routes very well. He has good physicality to keep up on man coverage, but his eyes make him equally as effective in zone coverage. He's quick and agile. Jenkins' abilties to combine these qualities make him an extreme threat against confident passers.
With the passing game dominating the league, cornerbacks are crucial to teams and in high demand in this year's draft. The Broncos will need to be quick on the draw to pick up such an energetic and athletic player.