6 Undrafted Denver Broncos Players Who Could Prove to Be Gems

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6 Undrafted Denver Broncos Players Who Could Prove to Be Gems
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The Denver Broncos have an eye for talent. They have a quality scouting department led by general manager John Elway, director of player personnel Matt Russell and director of pro personnel Tom Heckert. Under Elway’s guidance, the team has made several quality picks in free agency and the draft.

The Broncos have also found real gems among the college free agents after the draft.

Players like cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (2011), strong safety Duke Ihenacho (2012), linebacker Steven Johnson (2012) and running back C.J. Anderson (2013) were all added as undrafted free agents. Harris and Ihenacho have both started for the Broncos, while Johnson and Anderson are fine depth players with starter’s upside.

This year after the draft, the Broncos may have added their best class of college free agents yet. They acquired multiple players with varying levels of talent and upside. Some of the players could become good role players, but a few could be much more.

Here’s a look at six of the undrafted Broncos players added this year who could prove to be gems in the future.

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