WR, Horned Frogs
With Emmanuel Sanders set to hit free agency this offseason, wide receiver is another potential position of need for the Denver Broncos in the 2020 NFL Draft. With Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton, the Broncos do have some interesting players out wide, but it would certainly not hurt to get Lock another gifted receiver to work with.
The 2020 NFL draft class is absolutely loaded with talented at wide receiver, allowing the Broncos to find an exciting player at the position in the second round. TCU’s Jalen Reagor is an extremely explosive athlete who can take it to the house from anywhere on the field.
Reagor is a smooth receiver who shows fantastic start-and-stop quickness and explosive speed in the open field. He is a crafty route runner who understands how to manipulate defensive backs and consistently finds open space. His combination of high-level route running and speed allows Reagor to get open most of the time.
Reagor is also an impressive player with the ball in his hands, showing good elusiveness in the open field and the speed to outrun any defender in space. Simply put, he is an explosive playmaker who has massive upside at the next level. The Denver Broncos landing him in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft would be an ideal scenario for the team.