In the first round, the Broncos added a defensive tackle (Sylvester Williams, 28th overall). In the second round, the team landed a NCAA-recording-breaking running back (Montee Ball, 58th overall) and in third round, the team selected a little-known cornerback with a lot of upside (Kayvon, Webster 90th overall).
That arguably leaves defensive end, wide receiver, backup quarterback and middle linebacker as the top four remaining positions of need. But the Broncos have a lot of wiggle room—there is no need for the team to reach for a need because as it currently stands, the roster needs few revisions.
And there aren't expected to be many "reach" picks as we enter the fourth round and beyond; the talent level will begin to drop off considerably from the top rounds.
Let's take a look a four potential targets for Denver on Day 3.