The Broncos' top three priorities have been addressed in the NFL draft: running back (Montee Ball), cornerback (Kayvon Webster) and defensive line (Sylvester Williams).
The Broncos have three more picks to fill needs of pass-rushing defensive end, No. 4 wide receiver, backup offensive tackle and maybe safety and inside linebacker.
The Broncos thought about drafting Texas A&M defensive end Damonte Moore in the second round Friday, but decided a running back (Ball) was a greater priority.
Moore went in the third round to the New York Giants.
A pass rusher probably moves to the top of the Broncos' list for day No. 3 of the draft Saturday. The Broncos have picks in the fourth, fifth and seventh rounds.
Garland moving to guard. Former Air Force star Ben Garland, a defensive tackle by trade, has been shifted to guard by the Broncos.
Garland, 25, was signed by the Broncos as an undrafted rookie after the 2010 draft.
After going to training camp with the Broncos that year, Garland left the team to fulfill his two-year military commitment. He returned to spend last season on the Broncos' practice squad.
Many QBs passed over. Two days into the draft, only three quarterbacks are off the board. Florida State's E.J. Manuel went in the first round Thursday night. West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith and North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon were drafted Friday.
Four quarterbacks were selected among the first 22 picks in the 2012 draft.
Among the high-profile quarterbacks still available are Southern California's Matt Barkley, Syracuse's Ryan Nassib and Oklahoma's Landry Jones.
Loveland's Collin Klein, who was a Heisman Trophy finalist as a Kansas State senior last season, also is waiting to hear his name called.
The Broncos will consider drafting a quarterback in the closing rounds. Zac Dysert of Miami (Ohio) and Arizona's Matt Scott were brought in for predraft visits with the Broncos.