In the end, not even the Broncos know what they’re going to do with their first-round pick and won’t know until they’re on the clock. But what we do know, thanks to the Combine, is Denver believes there are worthy receivers on every day of the draft, which eases the pressure on them having to grab one in the first round.
The on-field work is crucial, but the medical examinations are usually the most important part of the Combine. This quintet of players at key positions for the Broncos will be under the microscope.
It starts with LSU QB Joe Burrow, but six wide receivers go in the first round in Mase's first mock draft. Do the Broncos bite on one?
Wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. is headed to the NFL.
The Colorado Buffaloes' star receiver announced on Twitter Tuesday afternoon that'd he will forego his senior year of college eligiblity in favor of declaring for the NFL Draft.
The decision came as no surprise, as Shenault will likely be chosen in the first round of the draft. DNVR's draft guru Andre Simone has Shenault ranked as the 15th-best prospect in the draft and the fourth-best wide receiver.
Most mock drafts have Shenault falling to the bottowm of the first round, primarily due to the injuries he sustained throughout the 2019 season. However, a strong showing in the pre-draft process—namely his pro day and the NFL Combine—seems likely given his athletic abilities and Shenault could climb back up draft boards.
Here's where Shenault would fit best in the NFL:
BOULDER — The Colorado Buffaloes beat the Stanford Cardinal 16-13 Saturday afternoon at Folsom Field.
The win stops the bleeding of a five-game losing streak. Prior to Saturday, Colorado gave up at least 30 points in 14 consecutive games.
Here's what we know:
Allie Monroy and Henry Chisholm discuss the Buffs upcoming game against the Oregon Ducks and more! https://youtu.be/FA8-KuzWCiw
BOULDER — This week marked some up-and-down games across the board for the Colorado Buffaloes, as they had some struggles against conference competition. Here’s the recap: Football The Buffs’ football team dropped to 3-2 on Saturday evening as they could not hold on against Arizona, losing 35-30. With Laviska Shenault, Jr. still out, it took the Buffs a bit of time…...
BOULDER, Colo. – The major theme across campus this week was important victories at a critical time, as most sports are either just finishing non-conference play or just beginning to compete with Pac-12 teams. With that in mind, varsity sports had some great finishes to give them an edge heading into a pivotal time in the season. Here’s what happened:…...
The Colorado Buffaloes are on the road to Tempe, Ariz. to take on the No. 24 Arizona State Sun Devils. Here's what we will learn this Saturday.
How will the Huskers defend Laviska Shenault? Is Alex Fontenot for real? How much red will we see at Folsom? These are the storylines you need to know about.
The Colorado Buffaloes beat the Colorado State Rams 52-31 Friday Night at Broncos Stadium. Here's what you need to know.
DENVER, Colo. — Close, but no cigar. In the final Denver edition of the Rocky Mountain Showdown, Colorado State football looked nothing like the team that went 3-9 in 2018 and lost to their bitter rivals by 32. CSU went blow for blow with the Colorado Buffaloes for most of the game Friday night, matching the PAC-12 program with each…...
Allie Monroy and Henry Chisholm break down the final Rocky Mountain Showdown in Denver, what the Buffs need to do to come out with a win, and more. https://youtu.be/wTfJVJIvOC0
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — When Colorado State takes the field Friday night, Mike Bobo believes this team will be playing with a chip on their shoulders — so long as the team stays within themselves, the fifth-year head coach of the Rams is okay with that. “I’m ready to go compete,” Bobo said. Following Tuesday’s practice, Bobo explained…...