The Denver Broncos nearly drafted Devin Bush in 2019 and then tried to pull off a trade to get into the first round for Patrick Queen in 2020.
This team is going to take a linebacker high very soon, and with Todd Davis hitting free agency in 2021 along with Justin Strnad’s recent season-ending wrist injury (not to mention Alexander Johnson turning 29 this year), linebacker will be high on the Broncos’ 2021 offseason wish list.
Dylan Moses missed all of last season with a knee injury, but he’s as explosive as they come at the linebacker position and one of the most physical players in college football.
His three-down ability will be coveted by Vic Fangio.
If Garett Bolles hits free agency in 2021, the Broncos will need a new left tackle.
John Elway might prefer a veteran option, but they could do worse for a developmental player than Jackson Carman, whose 2020 season could push him into the first-round conversation.
His current job is protecting the blind side of Trevor Lawrence.