NFL.com gives Broncos’ draft class a B+ grade

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NFL.com’s Gennaro Filice and Dan Parr published their NFL draft class rankings last week, with the Denver Broncos ranking No. 10 out of 32 teams with a B+ grade.

Headlined by edge rusher Nik Bonitto (drafted 64th overall), the Broncos draft class, orchestrated by GM George Paton, didn’t include their original first- and second-round picks because of the Russell Wilson trade. All good, according to the football cognoscenti.

On the Broncos’ draft class, Parr wrote: “Using NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah’s Top 150 prospects as a guide, Bonitto (ranked 44th, picked 64th), Dulcich (ranked 60th, picked 80th) and Mathis (ranked 99th, picked 115th) netted a value of +56. Dulcich was NFL.com analyst Bucky BrooksNo. 2 tight end in the draft and he fills a major void at the position for Denver after it traded Noah Fant to Seattle in the Wilson swap.”

To check out the full class rankings, click here.

Elsewhere in Broncos rookies news, TE Greg Dulcich is ready to make plays in Year 1. A third-round selection, he was the team’s second of nine draft picks. With the NFL draft in the rear-view mirror, and free-agent signings now not affecting the comp pick formula, check out the offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams.

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