ESPN's Todd McShay has released a full seven-round mock draft (Insider required). Who does he have going to the Broncos? At No. 2, McShay is in the Von Miller-to-the-Broncos camp, but he seems to be a bit hesitant about the selection because of Miller's size as a 4-3 defensive end.
In Round 2, he projects Georgia DE/LB Justin Houston and Notre Dame TE Kyle Rudolph for Denver. Given reports of a failed drug test by Houston, the Broncos may want to stay away from him. And the team could look for a defensive tackle with their first second round pick. Kyle Rudolph makes sense as the tight end position is a void for the Broncos. Richard Quinn and Dan Gronkowski aren't starter-quality and Daniel Graham was released.
In the third round, Temple safety Jaiquawn Jarrett is the call, followed by Kentucky RB Derrick Locke and Citadel CB Cortez Allen in the sixth and Delaware QB Pat Devlin in the seventh. The secondary could use a new cornerback and safety with the aging Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins still here. Outside of those two, injuries and other issues affect the other members of the secondary. Locke is known for his speed and would take some of the pressure off of Knowshon Moreno, who has yet to live up to the No. 12 overall billing. Devlin could develop into a quality backup.