9. Denver Broncos: Will Grier, QB West Virginia
Case Keenum was signed in the offseason to give the Broncos a chance for one more run at a Super Bowl. Unfortunately for Denver, it hasn’t worked out that way and the team is clearly entering rebuilding mode. The team traded away it’s number one receiver and I would not be surprised if head coach Vance Joseph loses his job. The rebuilding process can be started with the selection of a franchise quarterback. Grier looks very comfortable and polished throwing from the pocket and can make things happen on the move. He could sit and learn from Keenum and take over when the coaches believe he is ready.
10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Deandre Baker, CB Georgia
Deandre Baker could be a steal at the back end of the top ten by the time it is all set and done. He has tremendous instincts and ball skills and could be a dominant player in the NFL. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of the worst secondaries in the NFL and need to upgrade any way they can. Baker would represent a major upgrade.