The Denver Broncos have a big draft coming up. Denver has slipped the past few years, with three straight seasons missing the playoffs after a long run of success. They have a new coaching staff led by Vic Fangio, and are armed with the 10th overall pick.
Most Broncos talk has centered around their first pick and whether they’ll use it to draft a quarterback like Drew Lock, but Denver has several other needs to fill. To that end, they’ve been digging around some of the top defensive prospects.
On the last day to host prospects on pre-draft visits, the Broncos are bringing in Notre Dame defensive tackle Jerry Tillery, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Tillery has been busy making the rounds during this process, and many teams are high on him.