ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- It's fairly easy to look at the work the Denver Broncos have done in free agency to this point and see the rather significant, and glaring, need that still remains on the depth chart.
They've signed two offensive linemen, two defensive linemen and an outside linebacker. But they still don't have a player you could point at and say he is the unquestioned left tackle.
And executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway knows it.
"We're not done yet," Elway said this week. "Last time I heard, we don't go to camp until July. We don't have that fixed just yet. But we'll figure out how to get that done."
And it's likely why, for the second time in his mock drafts in recent weeks, ESPN's Todd McShay projected that as the need the Broncos try to fill in the first round of the draft.
In his third mock draft of the pre-draft season, McShay has the Broncos selecting Utah tackle Garett Bolles at No. 20 overall. In a thin tackle crop overall, Bolles is considered by many teams to be one of just a few tackles who could potentially start at left tackle as NFL rookies.
In his latest mock McShay also made Bolles the first offensive tackle off the board and the second lineman overall, after Western Kentucky guard Forrest Lamp.