Denver Broncos Undrafted Free Agents: Need-to-Know Info for Every Signee
The Denver Broncos wrapped up their 2014 draft and then turned their attention to signing priority free agents after the draft. The team has been very successful in finding undrafted free agents who can make the final roster. Over the last three years the team has found Chris Harris Jr. (2011), Duke Ihenacho (2012) and C.J. Anderson (2013)—among others—after the draft was over.
This year the Broncos found more talent from the ranks of the undrafted. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see a few of these guys make the final roster this year. It also wouldn’t be a shock to see one or more turn into key contributors for the team.
General manager John Elway has a keen eye for talent, and this priority free-agent class is full of potential.
Make sure to keep checking back as this list will be updated as the Broncos add more UDFAs to the roster.
Here’s the full list of UDFAs added so far by the Broncos, per Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
Bryn Renner, QB North Carolina
Shaquil Barrett, OLB Colorado State
Bennie Fowler, WR Michigan State
Isaiah Burse, WR Fresno State
Kapri Bibbs, RB Colorado State
Greg Hardin, WR North Dakota State
Mister Cobble, DT Kentucky
Juwan Thompson, RB Duke
Brennan Clay, RB Oklahoma
Kenny Anunike, DE Duke
Steven Clark, P Auburn
Greg Latta, DE Purdue
Aslam Sterling, T Kansas
Jordan Sullen, CB Tulane
Louis Young, CB Georgia Tech
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Bryn Renner, QB, North Carolina
The Broncos were going to add a quarterback to the roster through this year’s draft class. The team adds Bryn Renner to compete with last year’s seventh-round pick Zac Dysert for the team’s third-string job. Find Renner’s full bio here.
Weight: 225 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.82 seconds
He’s smart, has a strong arm and does a good job of distributing the ball evenly. Renner was impressive at the Manning Passing Academy last year, and it’s not a shock that he finds his way to the Broncos.
Kapri Bibbs, RB, Colorado State
The Broncos were in need of running back depth, and they decided to wait until priority free agency to add just that. Kapri Bibbs played up the road in Ft. Collins at Colorado State, so the Broncos should be quite familiar with his game. Find his complete bio here.
Weight: 203 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.5
Bibbs is not the biggest back, nor is he the fastest. However, he’s an efficient runner who wastes little motion with the ball in his hands. He’s not afraid to run between the tackles, and Bibbs has a nose for the end zone.
Shaquil Barrett, OLB, Colorado State
Weight: 250 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.73
Barrett is arguably the most likely UDFA to make the final roster. He’s a tackling machine, he’s smart and he has a nose for the ball. Barrett is a player to watch as rookie minicamp kicks off next week.
Brennan Clay, RB, Oklahoma
Kapri Bibbs wasn’t the only back the Broncos added to the roster after the draft. They first picked up Brennan Clay from Oklahoma at the position. Read Clay’s full bio here.
Weight: 201 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.54
Clay is not overly fast or physical, but he’s a productive and consistent runner who can also contribute as a receiver out of the backfield.
Juwan Thompson, RB, Duke
The third and final running back the Broncos added as a priority free agent was Juwan Thompson from Duke. Find his full bio here.
Weight: 225 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.6 seconds
Thompson is a big back who can grind down an opponent. The team needed more size at the position, and Thompson gives them just that.
Bennie Fowler, WR, Michigan State
The Broncos added more wide receiver talent when they added Bennie Fowler as a priority free agent. Find his complete bio here.
40-Yard Dash: 4.49
The Broncos want more competition for reserve or practice squad spots. Fowler has speed and strength at the point of the catch. He needs to work on consistently catching the ball and concentration if he wants to play up to his potential.
Isaiah Burse, WR, Fresno State
The Broncos picked up a productive player when they added Isaiah Burse. He's got the speed to pick up chunks of yards. He's also quick and elusive in the open field. See his full bio here.
Weight: 188 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 4.58
Burse is the type of player who can score any time he touches the ball. He can help out the Broncos as a return man if he makes the final roster.
Greg Hardin, WR, North Dakota State
The Denver Broncos kept adding to their wide receiver depth when they signed Greg Hardin. He’s a small-school prospect with upside. Read his full bio here.
Weight: 177 pounds
Hardin will have to get used to the speed of the game. He was incredibly productive in college, compiling 216 catches during his college career. We should see him at least earn a spot on the practice squad for the Broncos.
Mister Cobble, DT, Kentucky
The Broncos got some beef on their defensive line with the addition of Cobble. See his full bio here.
Weight: 338 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 5.5 seconds
Cobble can eat up space in the middle of the line. He’s surprisingly nimble for a big man, and Cobble will get some interior pressure as a rotational player. Cobble is also tough to move due to his size and anchoring ability.
Kenny Anunike, DE, Duke
Here is another addition to the defensive line, this time on the outside at defensive end with Kenny Anunike. Read his full profile here.
Weight: 260 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 4.82 seconds
Anunike knows how to get after the quarterback. He was Duke’s sack-leader each of the last three seasons, and he has a nice closing burst to get to the passer. Anunike could land on the practice squad if he impresses in practice.
Steven Clark, P, Auburn
The Broncos add another leg for practice here. Clark’s full bio can be read here.
Weight: 231 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 5.81 seconds
Clark is not going to beat out Britton Colquitt for the starting job. However, with his size he could attract some attention around the league if he shows well with the Broncos as an extra leg in camp.
Greg Latta, DE, Purdue
The Broncos added another edge-setter with Greg Latta from Purdue. You can read his full bio here.
Weight: 260 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 4.81 seconds
We’ll see Latta try to impress in practice. He’s a long shot to make the practice squad, but he should turn heads with his hard-nosed playing style and strong work ethic.
Aslam Sterling, OT, Kansas
The Broncos get another player from Kansas here. They’ve had success with Jayhawks who are undrafted free agents. Starting cornerback Chris Harris and reserve linebacker Steven Johnson were both added after the draft after playing their college ball at Kansas. You can read his full bio here.
40-Yard Dash: 5.27 seconds
The Broncos have a tackle-heavy roster, so finding a spot for Sterling on the active roster could prove difficult.
Jordan Sullen, CB, Tulane
A football team can never have too many cornerbacks. Sullen is an athletic player in the secondary with position versatility. Read his full bio here.
40-Yard Dash: 4.64
It’s unlikely that Sullen makes the roster as a cornerback. He can line up to play free safety, and he may earn a spot on the practice squad there.
Louis Young, CB, Georgia Tech
Like with Jordan Sullen, the addition of Louis Young is to help establish better cornerback depth. Young is faster than Sullen, and he can play more than one position in the secondary. Read his full bio here.
Weight: 209 pounds
40-Yard Dash: 4.48 seconds
Also like Sullen, Young is unlikely to make the final roster. His position versatility and ability to play special teams could earn him a job on the practice squad.
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