ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Every Friday leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft, we'll take a look around the Internet at the players analysts believe could be headed to Denver with the 31st pick in the draft.
Not every outlout has updated its mock drafts since last Friday.
Picks and descriptions that remained the same since last week include predictions by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke and Doug Farrar, NFL.com's Chase Goodbread, Matt Smith and Bucky Brooks, CBS Sports' Rob Rang and Dane Brugler and Fox Sports' Peter Schrager.
Take a look back at those analysts' selections -- which include linebackers, defensive ends, defensive tackles a safety and a wide receiver -- in Watching the Mocks: 1.0.
Now let's get to the updated picks and the analysts' reasoning.
DenverBroncos.com Independent Analyst Andrew Mason: Wisconsin LB Chris Borland
A trade-down is a possibility if Derek Carr is still on the board and teams at the top of the second round get antsy. The
Sports Illustrated's Don Banks: UCLA G Xavier Su'a-Filo
With the defense getting waves of reinforcements in free agency -- see
NFL.com's Charles Davis: TCU CB Jason Verrett
People are afraid of his lack of size. They should embrace his coverage and tackling skills.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier
Shazier ran a sub-4.40 40-yard dash at 237 pounds during Ohio State's pro day. He is an outstanding blitzer and he has the athleticism to mirror tight ends all over the field.
CBS Sports' Pete Prisco: Shazier
They need to get help at linebacker, one of the positions they have addressed.
CBS Sports' Pat Kirwan: Alabama LB C.J. Mosley
Wesly Woodyard is gone and Mosley can stay on the field in all down-and-distance situations.
CBS Sports' Will Brinson: Su'a-Filo
Zane Beadles is headed to Jacksonville and if the Broncos learned anything from their last game of 2013 it's that protecting