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Ryan Katz, QB
87. Ryan Doerr, Punter: Doerr spent his college career kicking for Kansas State University, and he played well there, averaging 41.0 yards per punt in his four seasons with the Wildcats.
He will have a very tough time unseating Britton Colquitt to be the team's starting punter, but he will have the chance to catch the eye of other teams around the league and have a shot at being signed elsewhere.
86. Lanston Tanyi, Defensive End: At Colorado State, Tanyi had 77 tackles his senior season, the second-highest total for a defensive lineman at the school since 1988.
Tanyi will get his shot to show his athleticism as a pass-rusher off the edge, but there are a lot of players in front of him.
85. Lamaar Thomas, Wide Receiver: Thomas is an incredibly fast player, having run a 4.40 second 40-yard dash, but is behind a bunch of players trying to make the team as a wide receiver.
Thomas may be best served to show what he can do on special teams.
84. Ryan Katz, Quarterback: Katz began his college playing career at Oregon State but transferred to San Diego State for his senior season after being benched.
He will battle Zac Dysert for a backup quarterback position, but there is no guarantee Denver will keep either of them.
83. Justin Boren, Offensive Lineman: Boren is a backup lineman who can play the center or guard position. He has spent time in the NFL as a member of the practice squad for the Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions.
In Denver, his best bet may be to make the practice squad.
82. John Youboty, Defensive End: Youboty started every game as a senior for Temple and was named to the All-Big East Second Team.
Denver is looking for someone to step up and help replace the void left by Elvis Dumervil's departure and Youboty may be a player to watch.
81. Damien Holmes, Linebacker: After bringing in Holmes for a tryout, the Broncos liked him enough to release Doug Rippy, another college free agent who played linebacker at Colorado.
Holmes had seven tackles and two and a half sacks for UCLA in a game against Colorado last season. With the inconsistency that Denver experienced at middle linebacker last season, Holmes is the kind of player that could turn some heads.
80. Ross Rasner, Safety: Rasner played linebacker and safety in college for Arkansas, but he projects as a safety for Denver.
As a senior, he led the Razorbacks with 92 tackles and flies all over the field. He could start his career by making a name for himself on special teams, the same way David Bruton did.