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Broncos' mock draft roundup: March 7, 2018

Posted Mar 7, 2018

One name rose above the rest this week in the mock drafts that were released following the 2018 NFL Combine.

Todd McShay, ESPN: G Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
“Nelson had a terrific combine and is a plug-and-play, high-level starter. He's a guard, not a tackle, but he's also currently my second-ranked prospect in this class.”

Chris Burke, The Athletic: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA (Rd. 1); OT Kolton Miller, UCLA (Rd. 2); LB Shaquem Griffin, UCF (Rd. 3); RB Nyheim Hines, N.C. State (Rd. 3)
Wherever Griffin lands, it will make for big news.

Colin Cowherd, FOX Sports: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
I think Elway sees a little bit of himself … Remember, John Elway coming out of Stanford didn’t have massive numbers either. Rosen is talented, didn’t win a ton of football games. 

Nate Davis, USA Today: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
Few teams appear as poised to win immediately as Denver, home to a championship-caliber defense and a pair of Pro Bowl wideouts — if GM John Elway can solve the quarterback dilemma that has existed since Peyton Manning retired two years ago.

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com: QB Josh Allen, Wyoming
If the Broncos fail to land Kirk Cousins, they could opt for a full rebuild.

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: QB Josh Allen, Wyoming
Josh Allen's draft stock continues to solidify thanks to his improved mechanics and better showings at the Senior Bowl and combine over the last month.

WalterFootball.com: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
If the Broncos lose out on Cousins, they'll almost be forced into choosing a quarterback at this juncture.

Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
Rosen put together three strong years of grading at UCLA, finishing last season as the top-graded quarterback on intermediate throws.

Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: QB Sam Darnold, USC
They have to get help at that spot in the worst way. If they lose out on Cousins, this would be the guy to do it.

Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
Rosen has terrific mechanics and completed 63 percent of his passes last season even though he was victimized by 31 drops.