When the curtain closes on an NFL Draft, teams are far from done collecting talent and bringing rookies onto the roster. The Broncos, per reports, have added several college free agents following the 2017 NFL Draft who will join the team for its offseason programs and training camp.

DISCLAIMER: This list is only based on reports and will not be official until announced by the team.

Here’s a quick look at the players the Broncos have reportedly agreed to terms with:

Erik Austell, OT, Charleston Southern

Austell could have easily been selected in the 7th round of the draft. Conditioning at an NFL level is a concern, but posses elite athleticism an OT.

Josh Banderas, ILB, Nebraska

The Nebraska native lead the team in tackles in 2016 with 93. A three-time Academic All-Big Ten and 2016 team captain shows his intelligence as well as ability to lead on defense.

Dante Barnett, S, Kansas State

Described as a “forceful run defender,” Barnett finished seventh in school history in career unassisted tackles (182) and ninth in career interception-return yards (160).

Jamal Carter, S, Miami

Has the typical height, weight and speed that teams look for in a defensive back. Though he may not posses elite ball skills, he has the athletic ability to cover opposing tight ends.

Ken Ekanem, DE, Virginia Tech

Plays with heart and uses his hand extremely well to get off of blocks and disrupt a play. His size may call for him to play outside linebacker in the NFL.

Jerrol Garcia-Williams, OLB, Hawai’i

A native of Las Vegas, playing outside linebacker for the Warriors, Garcia-Williams comes into the NFL with good size and ability.

Deon Hollins, OLB, UCLA

Possesses good pass rushing ability and quickness off the ball. However, many scout see him as too small to play defensive end in the NFL and struggled when playing outside linebacker for the Bruins.

Cameron Hunt, OL, Oregon

A four-year starter for the Ducks, Hunt owned a team high of 43 starts, 41 of which were at right guard and two at right tackle. He was awarded the Ed Moshofsky Trophy for the Team’s Outstanding Offensive Lineman and the Pancake Club Award for the Most Pancake Blocks.

Tyrique Jarrett, DT, Pittsburgh

Has great size to play on the defensive line for the Broncos defense, but injuries prevented him from making a significant impact while at Pitt.

Anthony Nash, WR, Duke

Brings a tremendous body to the Broncos at six-foot five-inches and 200 pounds. Nash may not have put up gaudy numbers in college, but his frame alone make him an intriguing prospect heading into the NFL.

Marcus Rios, CB, UCLA

Rios is best known for overcoming a life-threatening illness and returning to the Bruins’ defense in 2014. Rios has the makings of a solid sub-package contributor.

Kyle Sloter, QB, Northern Colorado

Posseses good arm strength and throws with good velocity. He can definitely make all of the throws, but is too inconsistent with pocket awareness and footwork. A raw talent that could develop solidly for the Broncos.

Shakir Soto, DE, Pittsburgh

Recently made the switch from defensive end to defensive tackle, but looks like more of a defensive end in the NFL. He had consistent production while at Pitt.

Orion Stewart, S, Baylor

Has great height and speed to play safety in the NFL, but will need to add some weight to fill out his frame. Scouts were concerned about his character leading up to the draft.

Dymonte Thomas, S, Michigan

Can play high safety or slot corner, but is not big enough to play combo safety. He’s excellent in coverage, but lacks big hit ability.

Players who go undrafted are free to sign with whichever team they please as undrafted free agents. Undrafted free agents can be valuable to a team, as the Broncos have seen former UFAs Chris Harris Jr. and C.J. Anderson contribute greatly to the team’s success.