According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, The Denver Broncos are supposed to meet with one of the top offensive lineman this draft has to offer, La’el Collins of Louisiana State University.

Collins will be an excellent addition to any offensive line, especially the Broncos, whose line has lacked talent this past season. La’el Collins is a quarterback/running back’s dream lineman. Not only is he one of the best run blockers in this year’s draft, he can virtually play every position on the line from left tackle, guard, to even right tackle.

If Collins meets with Denver at the combine, it will not be his first time meeting up with the Orange Crush, the offensive lineman has already met with the Broncos at the Senior Bowl.

“I have talked to them. I talked to them at the Senior Bowl. And I will be talking to them this week as well. I think the system they are going to run is great. I feel like I can fit in any system. That’s just the type of player I am,”

Collins also hopes that his first year in the league will be as successful as other former LSU players and wants to have a similar impact on the league.

(Cincinnati’s) Jeremy Hill, (New York Giants’) Odell Beckham (the NFL Rookie of the    Year), (Miami’s) Jarvis Landry all made big impacts on their team, I feel like I am the next guy to make an impact, Collins said.

Like in most ideal draft situations, Collins wearing orange and blue will not be easy. He is expected to go with a team in the first 20 picks of the draft. He is the third ranked offensive tackle in the draft. If that is the case, the Broncos will have to trade up to select this outstanding talent.