The Denver Broncos wide receiver room is suddenly deep with young talent, in large part due to the early emergence of the 2018 rookies, Courtland Sutton and Dasean Hamilton, but it doesn’t end there.
After years of Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders being backed up by a whole lot of nothing, there are suddenly lots of wideouts in contention for the 53-man roster as we approach the start of training camp.
Two intriguing but relatively unknown members of the Broncos receiver room are undrafted free agents—TCU’s John Diarse and Utah’s Tim Patrick. Both have stood out this offseason in OTAs and mini camp and could give 2017 draftees like Carlos Henderson and Isaiah McKenzie a run for there money this summer.
Diarse was playing college football last season in the Big 12, while Patrick’s been in the league for a year now, bouncing around a bit before he was picked up by Denver in 2017.
We went back to the tape to see what these two physically imposing wideouts bring to the table and how they could fit into the Broncos roster this season.