ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Denver Broncos signed nine undrafted free agents after Saturday’s draft. Here’s a closer look at each player:
LB Zaire Anderson: Led the Nebraska defense in tackles this past season with 103. Was 5-foot-10 ¾, 228 pounds on his pro day and ran a 4.81 40-yard dash. Slightly undersized for the Broncos’ 3-4, but was productive.
G Kalon Davis: Broncos will take a look at the massive 6-5, 325-pounder from Clemson. He did have back surgery earlier this year, so he did not work out at Clemson's pro day. He played in 49 games -- 21 starts -- in his career with Tigers.
C/G Dillon Day: Started 46 games -- played in 51 total -- in four seasons at Mississippi State. He was team captain this past season and many scouts believe he could play at guard as well. He measured in at 6-3 3/8 and 301 pounds at each of his two pro-day workouts.
WR Matt Miller: Miller has plenty of size at 6-2 7/8, 220 pounds, but he played in just five games this past season for Boise State before missing the remainder of the year with an ankle injury. Miller did set a school record with 88 receptions as a junior in 2013, though.
NT Chuka Ndulue: Played in 45 games at Oklahoma, starting 32 in his career and closing things out with 3.5 sacks and 49 tackles in 2014. Was 6-1 ¾, 281 pounds at the Sooners' pro day, so he’s slightly undersized for the nose tackle spot in the Broncos defense, but ran a 5.19 40-yard dash.
T Connor Rains: Started at right tackle for Wyoming. A big-framed player (6-6 ¼, 328 pounds) who could have some practice squad potential if he shows the Broncos something in minicamps as well as training camp.
T Kyle Roberts: Started 13 games at right tackle for Nevada this past season to go with 11 starts in 2013. He is another big-framed tackle -- 6-6 ¼, 303 pounds -- and he also has practice squad potential at a position group where the Broncos will use some of their practice-squad slots.
WR Jordan Taylor: Taylor had three 50-catch seasons at Rice -- 57 in 2012, 55 in 2013 and 54 in 2014 -- and finished his career with 20 touchdowns. The 6-4 3/8, 209-pounder is a former high school quarterback and he ran a 4.52 40 at his pro day.
DE Josh Watson: Played in 44 games at Clemson with 19 starts in his career. He finished out 2014 with 47 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Likely projects as a defensive end in the Broncos’ 3-4 look at 6-4 1/8, 298 pounds. He showed good athleticism at his pro day with a 5.03 40-yard dash and 32 ½-inch vertical jump. He also bench pressed 225 pounds 37 times.