When you’re the Super Bowl champions, you get used to waiting around on draft day. With the last pick in most every round, the Denver Broncos and their fans have had to watch a lot of players fall off their draft board before jumping on the clock themselves.

So far, though, they’ve done quite the job of finding value later in the round.

Trading up to grab Paxton Lynch, Denver got their quarterback of the future, and in the second and third rounds, John Elway filled two positions of need with Adam Gotsis and Justin Simmons.

With their first pick of Round 4, the Denver Broncos added Devontae Booker, running back out of Utah.

Here are five things you need to know about him:

The Broncos got a steal

By almost every account, Booker was expected to go much, much earlier  in the draft. In fact, according to CBS Sports, Booker was the third-best back in the draft and expected to go in the second or third round.

Grabbing him at the end of Round 4 is a steal.

He’s the perfect Gary Kubiak running back

When it comes to running backs, Gary Kubiak wants his to put one foot in the ground and go. He’s not looking for dancing; he’s looking for a guy who’s going to get down field, fast.

That’s Booker to a T. He’s the perfect zone-blocking running back, and he’ll likely be able to contribute quickly in Denver.

He’s coming off an injury

Booker tore his meniscus last season, bringing his senior year to an early end, but he told the media today that he’s close to being back to full health.

He’s a factor in the passing game

In Booker’s 23 games at Utah, he averaged nearly 3.5 receptions a game. In the NFL, that would translate to over 55 receptions a season.

Having that kind of weapon out of the backfield will be huge for whoever is playing quarterback.

He’s quick, not fast

Much like the man he’ll be joining in Denver’s backfield, C.J. Anderson, Booker isn’t going to beat many running backs in a 40-yard dash, but when he needs to make a move, he’s as quick as they come.