Broncos hopefuls from Sunday’s NFL Combine workouts

So, without further ado, lets dive into which players stole the show and who the Denver Broncos could potentially target in next month's draft. Sitting with the 22nd overall pick, Baltimore still has plenty of players to consider.

He checked in bigger (close to 6'2, a surprise to some, and well over 230 pounds) than expected and ran a 4.62-second 40-yard dash, backing up the game speed that marked his tenure at Kentucky. His 39.5-inch vertical was also second among linebackers.

Two other former Seminoles are participating at the Combine - defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas and wide receiver Nyqwan Murray.

Receivers Parris Campbell and Andy Isabella each completed the 40-yard dash in 4.31 seconds to post the fastest times Saturday at the NFL's annual scouting combine. Beckham, for one, noticed Sweat's time.

Williams wasn't quite as fast as Montez Sweat, the freakishly fast edge rusher who grabbed headlines Sunday. Is edge or defensive line a top priority for Denver? No.

This isn't the end of the world for Lawrence, but he pulled out of most of the day after suffering a leg injury in the early going. That is, if you consider Josh Allen as a defensive lineman.

Sweat blazed to a 4.41 official time, beating previous records of a 4.44 time set by Isaac Hilton in 2004 and Manny Lawson in 2006, according to the NFL.

The Raiders have holes to fill on both sides of the football, but the defense will likely (and should) be a point of emphasis for Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock come draft night. With a need at linebacker, either one of White or Bush could be a plug-and-paly starter from day one for the Broncos.

  • Rosalie Stanley