Which Player Gives The Denver Broncos The Best Value From The 2010 Draft

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Which Player Gives The Denver Broncos The Best Value From The 2010 Draft

As you can imagine, Gators fans are ecstatic about Tim Tebow landing on a team whose colors are orange and blue.

And as you can imagine, the Broncos no doubt received a steal for Tebow at the 25th selection according to Gators fans.

But some Broncos fans are skeptical.

Is Tebow worth one half of Brandon Marshall, one third of Jay Cutler and someone from everyone selected just after former Gators Aaron Hernandez was taken with the 113th selection in the 2010 NFL Draft?

Who knew the value of the 25th selection in the 2010 draft?

Then you have Georgia Tech's Wide Receiver Demaryius Thomas being picked three selections prior at the 22nd selection to consider.

The Broncos had to give up a fourth round selection in order to move up there. The player picked in the selection given was none other than Gators Aaron Hernandez himself.

Interestingly enough Florida Gator Percy Harvin, the Offensive Rookie of the Year, was picked at the 22nd selection in the 2009 NFL Draft.

It's never an easy task to try and determine how successful your draft class is, let alone which player possess the most value at the position he was drafted, but it has never stopped us before.

This is a much harder question than trying to determine what are the top ten questions that the Denver Broncos face heading into training camp. Especially with the issues the former rookie head coach is dealing with in his attempt to bring this team up to elite speed in this league.

So who is the man?

In this slide show we will attempt to answer that as I am looking forward to the discussion this ought to arouse.

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