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The former Bama tight end would be an excellent

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"One prospect the Denver Broncos have already shown interest in and could draft during day two of the 2019 NFL Draft is former Alabama tight end Von Miller Jersey , Irv Smith Jr. He’s a 6’2”, 242lb tight end who is considered one of better ones in this draft class. Smith Jr. is ranked as the third-best tight end in the 2019 NFL Draft according to The Draft Network and is ranked as the 33rd best player in the entire draft.According to NFL Network’s draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah. Smith Jr. is ranked as the 27th best player in the 2019 NFL Draft. Irv Smith Jr. played a total of two seasons at Alabama and put up some decent numbers while not being a focal point in their offense. During Smith Jr.’s two-year career at Alabama, he totaled 58 receptions for 838 yards, and 10 touchdowns. This past year, he had a breakout campaign and totaled 44 receptions for 710 yards and 7 touchdown receptions. Some of Irv Smith Jr.’s accolades include being named to the Second-Team All-SEC in 2018, a CFP national champion in 2017 and a two-time SEC Champion in 2016 and 2018. Irv Smith Jr. Tight end | Junior | AlabamaHeight: 6’2” | Weight: 242lbs | 40-time: 4.63 secondsArm length: 31 1/2” | Hands: 9 1/2”Bench Press: 19 reps | Vertical Jump: 32.5 inches | Broad Jump: 110.0 inches3-Cone Drill: 7.32 seconds | 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.33 seconds | 60-Yard Shuttle: 12.44 secondsFilm Room:Scouting Report:Strengths:Like most Alabama tight ends, he’s an elite run blockerGood, not great athleteStrong playerGood run route runner who finds the open zones in a defenseHas an extensive route treeA good YAC guy who is tough to bring downShowcases soft and reliable handsWIll run through you and battles/holds his own in the trenchesH-Back potential Versatile player who can play in-line, in the slow, and in the backfield Overall a very polished and well prepared player like most Alabama prospectsComing off a very productive year in the SEC Weaknesses:A tad undersized for a tight endSmaller arms gives you a smaller catch radius May need to bulk up some to continue being an elite blocker in the NFLWhile being a good athlete, he lacks that explosive second gear that some prospects in this draft class haveA one-year wonder who is a little bit inexperienced Mockdraftable spider graph:Quotable:NFL Network’s draft analyst Lance Zierlein on Alabama tight end, Irv Smith Jr. “Smith is still green in terms of overall experience, which shows up in run-blocking and route-running, but he has plenty of talent and is likely to get much better in both areas. He has combination tight end talent but really flashes as a move blocker at fullback or wingback spots. His buildup speed sets him apart as a big, field-stretching option and once he gets rolling after the catch. O.J. Howard was bigger, and a better athlete DeMarcus Ware Jersey , but like Howard, Smith offers Pro Bowl potential as a well-rounded tight end prospect.”Does Irv Smith Jr. make sense for the Denver Broncos?:He fits well.He is a little undersized. Not very tall, shorter arms, and a little light for a tight end, but he plays much bigger than what he’s listed. He’s not an explosive athlete like say a Noah Fant, but he’s good enough to be a weapon for an NFL offense. What I like most about this fit is his run blocking prowess. The Broncos figure to run the ball often in 2019 and will be in 11 personnel a good amount of time. So a run blocking tight end like Smith Jr. makes a ton of sense. His route running ability and athleticism should make him a weapon on play action plays which often feature the tight end in the passing game. I personally see the Broncos targeting a bigger tight end with more traditional height/arm length measurements, but certainly wouldn’t be upset with Smith Jr. If he’s in play and still on the board at 41, I think he’ll be hard for the Broncos to pass up. Denver Broncos second-round pick, Drew Lock, could be the future at quarterback for the franchise." Denver Broncos 2019 DraftScouting Broncos quarterback Drew LockNew,279commentsDenver Broncos second-round pick, Drew Lock, could be the future at quarterback for the franchise. MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Scouting Broncos quarterback Drew LockTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe Denver Broncos traded up with the Cincinnati Bengals in the second-round of the 2019 NFL Draft to select Missouri quarterback, Drew Lock. Lock played four seasons at Missouri and was a four-year starter for them during his college career there and he improved each and every season while there. During his four-year career at Missouri, Lock totaled 12,193 yards passing Shannon Sharpe Jersey , 99 touchdowns and 39 interceptions. He completed 56.9% of his passes and also rushed for 437 career yards and total 9 career rushing touchdowns. This past season for Missouri, Lock totaled 3,498 yards passing, 28 touchdowns, 8 interceptions and completed 62.9% of his passes. A pretty solid senior season for the potential first-round pick. Some of the accolades Lock has earned throughout his college career include(Via: Missouri’s player profile on Lock).2018 Team Bob Jeffries Kansas City Metro Player of the Year2018 Team Captain2018 Preseason All-SEC First Team (Media) 2018 Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List2018 Davey O’Brien Award Preseason Watch ListSEC/Mizzou Single-Season Record Holder for Passing TDs (44 in 2017)Nation’s Leader in TD Passes (44 in 2017)Mizzou Single-Season Passing Efficiency Record Holder (165.67 in 2017)2017 SEC Leader in Passing Efficiency, Passing Yards, Total Offense, Passing Yards per Game, Passing Yards per Completion (led nation), Points Responsible for2017 First-Team All-SEC (AP, Coaches)2017 Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (9/3/17)2017 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/5/17; 11/27/17)2017 Team Captain2016 Team CaptainDrew LockQuarterback, Senior, MissouriHeight: 6’4” | Weight: 228 lbs | 40 time: 4.69 secondsArm Length: 32 1/2” | Hands: 9” Vertical Jump: 31” | Broad Jump: 112.0 inches | 3-Cone Drill: 7:03 seconds20-Yard Shuttle: 4.12 secondsFilm Room:Scouting Report:Strengths:Prototypical size you look for in a quarterbackFour-year starter at Missouri and improved each year despite having new OC’s each yearNoted for his intelligence and ability to learn the playbookArm strength is evident he makes it look easyQuick release Plus athleticism and has a basketball background Has all the tools you look forFlashes high-end potential Good deep ball accuracyGunslinger mentalityHas good pocket awareness to avoid sacks Had a strong second half to his senior seasonComp % would be better if it weren’t for dropsAn excellent scheme fit for the BroncosWeaknesses:Your classic boom or bust prospectAccuracy is lacking, but did improve on it each year in collegeStruggles big time with pressureMechanics are inconsistent Needs to learn to throw with touchMechanics, footwork, and mental processing need developmentPlayed under four different offensive coordinators so he never had a chance to settle into a schemeIs a gunslinger for better or for worseQuotable:The Athletic’s Dane Brugler via his 2019 NFL Draft guide.SUMMARY: A four-year starter at Missouri Karl Mecklenburg Jersey , Lock was a natural fit in the Tigers’ shotgun, RPO-style offense with an emphasis on vertical option routes, spending two years (2016-17) under the tutelage of Josh Heupel and one season (2018) with offensive coordinator Derek Dooley. He finished his career second in SEC history in passing yards (12,193) and third in touchdown passes (99). Very similar to Derek Carr coming out of Fresno State, Lock is a classic arm thrower who stubbornly believes that every throw is there, but is still figuring out how to use his eyes and piece together his timing. He showed expanded vision as a senior and appeared to eliminate things quicker mid-read. Overall, Lock showcases a live arm and the makeup required to be an NFL starter, but he needs to continue developing his accuracy, mechanics and decision-making to live up to his intriguing potential.How Drew Lock fits with the Denver Broncos going forward:Lock fits in as the Broncos quarterback of the future behind veteran Joe Flacco who is fully entrenched as the starter. This will allow Lock to develop behind Flacco without the pressure of having to play right away.Broncos Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello will be one tasked with developing Lock. He’s best known for his development of Nick Mullens. Now he’ll have the high-upside cannon armed Drew Lock to develop. Here is what Lock had to say about his pre-draft interactions with Scangarello.With Scangarello developing Lock and likely developing an offensive system that fits his strengths, I think we could see some positive results quickly from him. Lock seems like he wants to be great, has the intelligence to do it, as well as the work ethic needed. I really like this marriage. Lock is the Broncos quarterback of the future, but he still needs plenty of work. We as fans need to be patient with him and trust Scangarello’s teachings.
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