Earlier today, the Denver Broncos put Carlos Henderson on the “Reserve-Did Not Report” list, and it seems they’ve already filled his void.

According to David William Naylor of TSN, the Broncos will be filling Henderson’s roster spot with the No. 1 overall Canadian Football League pick, Mark Chapman.

Chapman was the first overall pick by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats this year and didn’t immediately sign with the team. Now, the Broncos have come in and swooped him up. Although, there’s been no official word by the Broncos at this point.

Chapman is 6′ and 180 pounds, and ran a 4.69 40-yard dash in the CFL Scouting Combine according to CFL.ca. Chapman played four years at Central Michigan University, enjoying his best production in his senior season, with 54 receptions for 805 yards and five touchdowns last year.

The Broncos have found recent depth at receiver after drafting two possible diamonds in the rough in DaeSean Hamilton and Courtland Sutton. They’ll likely be the Nos. 3 and 4 receivers behind Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas. There’s also Jordan “Sunshine” Taylor, Isaiah McKenzie, River Cracraft and others jockeying for positioning.

On the positive side for Chapman, he’ll soon be officially a part of an NFL franchise — a definite step up from the CFL — and he’ll be signed before training camp begins. That means the young wideout will be able to impress coaches and learn the offense from the get-go.

Broncos training camp opens on Saturday and their first preseason game is set for Aug. 11 as Denver hosts the Minnesota Vikings at 7 p.m. MST.