Many Broncos fans in Colorado may already be somewhat familiar with second-round pick Ty Sambrailo, but for those who aren't, here is a visual history of his collegiate career at Colorado State.
Broncos 2015 draft picks: LB (Round 1) | OL Ty Sambrailo (Round 2) | TE (Round 3)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.-- In the second round of the NFL Draft, the Broncos took a local star, drafting Colorado State tackle Ty Sambrailo with the 59th overall pick.
Sambrailo played in 48 career games for the Rams, starting 42 of those. Despite missing two games because of a knee injury, he was an All-Mountain West selection as a redshirt senior while starting 11 games at left tackle.
As a junior, Sambrailo started all 14 games at left tackle and even had an 11-yard carry on a trick play. He played four of the five positions along the offensive line during his sophomore season.
Sambrailo is the fourth member of the Broncos' roster who attended Colorado State, with all four joining the Broncos within the last calendar year. Running back Kapri Bibbs and Shaquil Barrett signed with Denver as undrafted free agents after the 2014 draft and former Ram Shelley Smith signed with the Broncos earlier this offseason.