Sometimes, the sexy pick isn't the best pick.
If the Broncos were to draft Weston Richburg, it wouldn't excite casual fans. However, it could prove to be great for the Broncos. Richburg is attainable, and he has the potential to improve the offensive line.
Denver could trade back and secure Richburg early in the second round, or it could snatch him up if he's available at the end of the second round.
The latter is unlikely, but it could happen. If Richburg falls for whatever reason and is available when Denver selects, it's likely that it would take him. He might not be of much use in his first year, as the Broncos have their offensive line filled out.
However, he could be a nice long-term solution.
The offensive line isn't a big need, but Denver is in a position to upgrade it. Plus, the Broncos are in a luxury situation and can afford to draft the best player available. There's a good chance Richburg would fit that description if he's available at the end of the second round.
If the Broncos are willing to keep Orlando Franklin, who could move to guard, at tackle, Richburg would be a good fit. In this scenario, Richburg could compete with new guard Will Montgomery for a starting job in his first year and take over completely in 2015.
As Nawrocki notes, Richburg has upside as a developmental project. He benched 225 pounds 25 times at the combine and ran a 5.10 40-yard dash, showing his solid athleticism and strength.
Richburg almost certainly won't be picked in the first round, but he will be off the board in the second round barring a monumental slide. If he's there for the Broncos, look for them to choose him.