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Several teams that sit in front of the Broncos in the draft such as San Diego, the Detroit Lions and the Cincinnati Bengals could all be looking for an offensive tackle in the first round.
That means Flowers could be off the board by the time Denver comes up at No. 28, causing the team to look in a different direction.
Jordan Phillips, a 6’5″ defensive tackle, has the potential to become an outstanding defensive lineman.
Due to his size, he usually gets the best of one-on-one matchups, and he is a great fit for a 3-4 scheme. He defends the run well, can pressure the quarterback and can get his long arms up to knock down passes at the line of scrimmage.
For the Broncos to get the most out of their outside pass rush, adding an effective interior lineman will be key. Phillips has all the tools to be that player.
However, the risk with a pick like that is the quality of offensive tackles begins to take a big drop after Round 1.
Ty Sambrailo is an offensive tackle from Colorado State who probably has a second-round grade, but he’s likely to go early in the round. To get him, the Broncos would have to hope he fell to the bottom of the second round or trade up.

Sambrailo is a versatile player who is good enough to eventually play left tackle due to his abilities in pass protection.
If the team took that route, it could select Josue Matias from Florida State in the third round.
Matias is a guard with quick hands and good reactionary skills. This makes him dependable in pass protection. He would need to improve his strength to be an effective run-blocker at the next level, though.
Under this scenario, the Broncos would get players to fill positions of need, but they’d also need to have to have a little luck on their side as well.
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