The Broncos chose to take a defensive tackle in the first round of the 2013 draft even though cornerback was arguably a bigger need.
As this season has progressed, it's become painfully obvious how much the team needs to upgrade its secondary.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has been solid, but between injuries and inconsistent play, the team finished the season ranked No. 27 against the pass.
Champ Bailey will be 36 years old in June, and he played in just five regular-season games.
Jason Verrett from TCU would be an excellent selection in the first round.
Verrett possesses great coverage and ball-hawking skills to go along with the fact that he is a solid tackler who is great in run support.
Pairing Verrett with Rogders-Cromartie next season would make for a very good combination. If he is still available in the late first round, Verrett is the pick to make.