A look at 5 oft-mentioned candidates for the Broncos to take with the 20th pick

Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin

He seems to be the most popular pick for the Broncos by most experts, as they desperately need a tackle that is athletic enough to play the left side. Ramczyk seems to have the tools.

At 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds, he has proven to be athletic enough to stay in front of some very good pass rushers. While at Wisconsin, he squared off against Michigan’s Taco Charlton, LSU’s Arden Key, and Ohio State’s Sam Hubbard, and held his own against each of them. He underwent arthroscopic hip surgery following Wisconsin’s bowl game, and missed the combine, so the Broncos will have to depend on game film from just a single season of high level collegiate games.

Final verdict: He might be the safest offensive tackle on the board, as he is an intelligent player that should be capable of eventually taking over at left tackle. Is this too high for a player that isn’t a sure thing?