What to expect from Denver’s rookie class in 2018

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Don’t sugar coat it; last year was forgettable for the Denver Broncos organization for countless reasons.

One of the most prominent reasons was their rookie class, or more specifically, the lack of an impact their rookie class had. This year, however, truly does look to be different.

Instead of one regular positive contributor like last year, Garett Bolles, the Broncos could look for a dramatic difference from this year’s class.

“I think between the draft evaluation and watching those guys in Phase 2 and Phase 3 [of the offseason conditioning program], it’s what we thought with most guys,” head coach Vance Joseph said about the new rookie class on the team’s final day of the offseason.

“Obviously with the offensive line and running backs, it’s hard to tell without pads, but our skill guys, our evaluation was right on those guys. We’ve got a bunch of young guys that should help us this year.”

Here’s the impact the 2018 draft class could realistically have this season.

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