So all in favor of trading down for a couple additional 2nds
I'd gladly settle for Roth/Pollack/Tuck, Bullocks, and Henry/Jackson/Matt Jones. The 2nd round is where the talent lies in this draft. IMO you're looking at guys like Erasmus James, Dan Cody, and Shaun Cody in the first at 25..... the drop off by moving down 10-15 spots and grabbing an additional 2nd is completely nullified b/c of the talent rich pool in picks 30-100!
If we keep #25 I'm still hoping it's for Mark Clayton. We can address the Dline at 56 by drafting a Luis Castillo or Justin Tuck. Castillo is currently climbing.... Tuck's stock not moving up or down at the moment.
Before everyone comes back screaming for an OG in the first couple rounds tell me when has Denver ever drafted an OG in the first couple rounds. It's been a long long time! WR, Safety, LB, and CB are all in there.
With our 3rd round picks. Look for Colquitt if he falls. Guaranteed. I still prefer Payne from BYU but the Broncos Brass could easily decide that there is little lost if Dustin doesn't pan out being that these picks (atleast one of them) were give me's.
Also look for a mobile QB. McPherson if he falls that far which I think he will due to a poor 40 time at the combine. Yes, I know a 4.7 isn't exactly poor for a QB, but teams were putting him in the 3rd-4th round range based on the reports of him running in the 4.4 range. He is still very nimble and has a cannon for an arm. Another pick where the Broncos could sit back and say we need a back up and he's worth the risk especially considering we didn't have these picks a month ago! I doubt too many people would be disappointed with Adrian McPherson and Dustin Colquitt as our two 3rd round comp picks!