Kyle Fuller has seen his draft stock skyrocket, and it's now unlikely that he'll be available when the Broncos pick.
But unlike other top players, such as Kony Ealy, he still has a realistic chance of ending up in Denver. According to The Denver Post, Fuller will visit the Broncos. This shows Denver’s evident interest in Fuller.
If he is available, it would be incredible for the Broncos. Fuller played in just seven games last year, but he did a great job in his limited action. He intercepted two passes and had 10 passes defensed, showing that he, like Verrett, can force turnovers and make plays.
However, unlike Verrett, he possesses ideal size for a cornerback.
He is 6'0", but he also runs quickly. His 4.49 40-yard dash complements his height and terrific physicality, making him a remarkable all-around prospect.
The Broncos, along with many other teams, have noticed. He also will visit with many other teams picking ahead of the Broncos, but there's still a chance that he falls to Denver. If the Broncos like him enough, they could even move up for him.
If Fuller slips to the Broncos, though, it would definitely change the team's defensive fortunes. A secondary with Talib, Fuller and Harris would definitely allow the Broncos to improve their fortunes against the pass. Last year, they ranked 27th in pass defense.
With Fuller, that certainly wouldn't happen again.
It's unlikely that Fuller is available for the Broncos, but if he is, the Broncos must select him. He would fill a need, and he would do it better than anyone else within the Broncos' reach.