The 2023 NFL Draft is complete and the Denver Broncos made a total of five picks.
After finishing in last place in the AFC West in 2022 after coming into the season with high expectations, they’ll hope their draft picks help turn around a team hoping to keep pace in an extremely tough division.
The 33rd Team Scouting Dept. graded every pick in this year’s draft, here’s how the Broncos fared:
Dallas Cowboys 2023 NFL Draft Grades
63. Marvin Mims Jr., WR, Oklahoma
Marvin Mims Jr. (scouting report) does not have a top-level trait to hang his hat on. He lacks size and needs to add strength. He has a tight lower body, and his play speed is average. He is a better tester than player, but he does have good hands and overall ball skills.
67. Drew Sanders, LB, Arkansas
83. Riley Moss, CB, Iowa
Riley Moss (scouting report) is a good player, but giving up a third-round pick in 2024 to come up to get him is rich. Moss is athletic, instinctive and productive. He can stay in phase vertically and track the ball. He doesn’t have ideal length, and he may lose some battles at the catch point