For 10 years in a row, I have taken what I’ve dubbed the “all-star road trip.” Each year in January, I kick the draft season off by traveling to college all-star games in order to scout the incoming talent to the NFL. I’ve already gone to Florida to scout the prospects at the East-West Shrine Game, and now I’ve gone to Alabama for the biggest all-star game of the draft season.
This week, I’ve been in Mobile, Alabama, for the 2016 Reese’s Senior Bowl.
According to the Senior Bowl’s official website, about 30 percent of the NFL has played in the Senior Bowl. This is a huge event and regularly features some of the best talent available for the draft. In 2011, the most unstoppable player during the week of practice for the Senior Bowl was none other than linebacker Von Miller.
It’s always fun to dig into which prospects could be the best from each roster. It’s also fun to decipher which players would be a good addition for the Denver Broncos.
Here are some prospects from the 2016 Reese’s Senior Bowl the Broncos should have interest in.