The Denver Broncos will have two fourth-round draft picks in the 2012 NFL Draft due to trading Tim Tebow to the New York Jets. The Broncos picked up the 108th overall pick in the draft to go along with their own 120th overall pick. Wes Bunting over at National Football Post is projecting each round of the draft and has the Broncos going offense and defense in this round.
With the 108th overall pick, the Broncos grab Michigan Wolverines center David Molk because he can play in a zone scheme, according to Bunting. Then at No. 120 the Broncos nab Arizona St. Sun Devils cornerback Omar Bolden:
The skill set is there for this guy to be a starter in the NFL. Needs to play a little stronger and has to clean up his footwork in order to stick, but gives you some versatility to play inside and out on a defense.
Even with Champ Bailey and Tracy Porter playing corner this season, the Broncos certainly learned last season that they need more depth at the position. A corner like Jonathan Wilhite (since departed) won't cut it long-term. Chris Harris might not be more than a nickel back due to his size.
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