The Denver Broncos closed out the NFL Draft on Saturday, selecting five more players in the final four rounds.
In all, the Broncos drafted ten players, six offensive and four defensive.
Leading up to the draft, Broncos President of Football Operations/GM John Elway said they wanted to build around young quarterback Drew Lock.
Elway thinks they did that.
"We feel like we added some explosiveness to the offensive side and some speed to the offensive side because that's where we've struggled the last three or four years, putting points on the board," Elway told KOA NewsRadio. "But again, they're very young. We have a lot of growing to do. It's a big step from college football to the NFL. Drew [Lock] is still a very young guy but the ability is there. We just have to put it together now."
A full recap of the Broncos draft class is HERE.
The 2020 Broncos draft class:
1st Round - 15th overall - WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
2nd Round - 46th overall - WR/Returner KJ Hamler, Penn. St.
3rd Round - 77th overall - CB Michael Ojemudia, Iowa
3rd Round - 83rd overall - C Lloyd Cushenberry, LSU
3rd Round - 95th overall - DT McTelvin Agim, Arkansas
4th Round - 118th overall - TE Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri
5th Round - 178th overall - LB Justin Strnad, Wake Forest
6th Round - 181st overall - G Netane Muti, Fresno St.
7th Round - 252nd overall - WR Tyrie Cleveland, Florida
7th Round - 254th overall - OLB/Edge Derreck Tuszka, North Dakota St.
Elway and head coach Vic Fangio spoke with KOA's Mike Rice and Brandon Krisztal. That interview with KOA is below, as is the video conference with Denver reporters.