In day three of the 2015 NFL Draft the Broncos once again stayed home at their original position to select center, Max Garcia from the University of Florida.

It is widely known that Broncos are building a deep roster of offensive linemen in pursuit of revamping the line in front of Peyton Manning. Saturday morning the team added to list with the selection of Garcia at No. 133 overall.

Garcia, a 6’4” 307 pound lineman, played center the entire 2014 season with the Gators, also played guard in his sophomore season. In 2014 he was selected to the All-SEC second team and played in the 2015 Senior Bowl.

After transferring from the University if Maryland, Garcia was the only Gator to play in ever game of the final two seasons. He is built as a run blocker and his size and speed will fit the zone-blocking scheme of Gary Kubiak and Rick Dennison.

His versatility is also a theme that has been prevalent in the Broncos 2015 offseason. Garcia played tackle at Maryland before playing guard then center at Florida.

Once again the Broncos drafted based on need and according to many mock drafts Garcia would have been available in the fifth to sixth rounds of the draft. There is no reason to like that he won’t compete for the starting job at left guard and center at camp.

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