In the midst of free agency, the Denver Broncos scouting department and staff have been busy visiting Pro Days at many colleges across the country to help with their NFL Draft preparation.
Good morning, Broncos Country.
The Denver Broncos made a splash this free agency by signing a handful of players during the first few days of festivities. Additions to the offensive and defensive lines have been made, which have addressed the team's two biggest needs heading into the offseason.
All 32 @nfl teams were in Boulder today for the @cubuffs' Pro Day— Broncos TV (@BroncosTV) March 9, 2017
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That doesn't mean their work to improve the team is anywhere near done and amidst all the chaos of free agency, the team has been active sending scouts across the nation to attend Pro Days in continuation of their preparation for the 2017 NFL Draft that will be held in April.
Finally, #Bears, #Chargers, #Seahawks, #Cowboys, #Broncos, & #Jaguars scouts are in attendance here at Temple's Pro Day.— Jovan Alford (@Jovan10) March 8, 2017
Since I'm a huge fan of the NFL Draft, I took it upon myself to search all over in order to find which of these events the Broncos have attended in order to get a more comprehensive look at who they might be targeting this April.
According to Twitter and various other outlets, Broncos scouts have been confirmed at the Pro Days of the following universities: Wyoming, Marshall, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Colorado, Colorado State, Alabama, Temple, Washington and Auburn.
Obviously the Broncos cannot be at every Pro Day, but that is a lot of schools for the team to have representatives at, especially so early in the Pro Day process. These events will continue through the course of March and into early April. If you are interested into finding more about these Pro Days, when they are and how the prospects worked out at them, feel free to check out this article.
And by all means, if you have information about any Pro Days that the Broncos have attended that aren't on the list above, feel free to share it in the comments section. Additionally, based on the schools above, which prospects are you hoping the Broncos are getting a closer look at?
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