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    and where to watch your favorite team either screw themselves over for years to come or land franchise-changing players that will lead to Super Bowls.”WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos 2019 DraftHow to watch the 2019 NFL Draft: TV schedule DeMarcus Ware Jersey , online stream, draft order and more New,9commentsHere’s when the 2019 NFL Draft stats and where to watch your favorite team either screw themselves over for years to come or land franchise-changing players that will lead to Super Bowls. How to watch the 2019 NFL Draft: TV schedule, online stream, draft order and more The date has finally arrived for the 2019 NFL Draft. In 24 hours there will be no more mocks, no more supposition, no more debate. There will be action and results. After tonight,l we will finally know who the Denver Broncos had on their board with the tenth overall pick.This year, the NFL Draft will take place at First and Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee. Let’s get into the nuts and bolts of the next three days of the NFL’s annual draft extravaganza. When is the 2019 NFL Draft?Day 1: Round 1When: Thursday April 25th at 6 p.m. Mile High timeTime per pick: 10 minutesTV channels: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN DeportesStreaming:, FuboTVDay 2: Rounds 2 & 3When: Friday April 26th at 5 p.m. Mile High timeTime per pick: 7 minutes for round 2; 5 minutes for round 3TV channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, ESPN DeportesStreaming:, FuboTVDay 3: Rounds 4 through 7When: Saturday April 27th at 10 a.m. Mile High timeTime per pick: 5 minutes for rounds 4-6; 4 minutes for round 7TV channels: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN DeportesStreaming:, FuboTVWhat time do the Broncos pick in Round 1?For the Broncos, you should expect a pick, or (gasp!) a trade back, at around 7:15 p.m. Mile High time if the first nine picks average around 8-9 minutes per pick. You’ll want to tune in then at the very latest to see what John Elway and the Broncos do with that tenth overall pick of the draft.Broncos draft picksRound 1: 10th-overall pickRound 2: 41st-overall pickRound 3: 71st-overall pickRound 4: 125th-overall pick (from Houston)Round 5: 148th-overall pickRound 5: 156th-overall pick (from Minnesota)Round 6: 182nd-overall pickRound 7: 237th-overall pick (from Houston)Which players are attending NFL Draft?A total of 23 college players have confirmed they will be attending the NFL Draft. Many will go in the first round. Here is a full list of those who have confirmed: Josh Allen, LB, KentuckyDeAndre Baker, DB, GeorgiaNick Bosa, DE, Ohio StateMarquise Brown, WR, OklahomaBrian Burns, DE, Florida StateDevin Bush, LB, MichiganAndre Dillard, T, Washington StateNoah Fant, TE, IowaCody Ford, T, OklahomaT.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaJosh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaDaniel Jones, QB, DukeDrew Lock, QB, MissouriD.K. Metcalf, WR, MississippiKyler Murray, QB, OklahomaEd Oliver Shannon Sharpe Jersey , DT, HoustonMontez Sweat, DE, Mississippi StateJawaan Taylor, T, FloridaDevin White, LB, Louisiana StateChristian Wilkins, DT, ClemsonGreedy Williams, CB, Louisiana StateJonah Williams, T, AlabamaQuinnen Williams, DT, Alabama2019 NFL Draft order – Round 11. Arizona Cardinals2. San Francisco 49ers3. New York Jets4. Oakland Raiders5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers6. New York Giants7. Jacksonville Jaguars8. Detroit Lions9. Buffalo Bills10. Denver Broncos11. Cincinnati Bengals12. Green Bay Packers13. Miami Dolphins14. Atlanta Falcons15. Washington Redskins16. Carolina Panthers17. New York Giants (from Cleveland)18. Minnesota Vikings19. Tennessee Titans20. Pittsburgh Steelers21. Seattle Seahawks22. Baltimore Ravens23 Houston Texans24. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)25. Philadelphia Eagles26. Indianapolis Colts27. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)28. Los Angeles Chargers29. Kansas City Chiefs30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans)31. Los Angeles Rams32. New England Patriots Devin White is the consensus LB1, but how does Devin Bush stack up?”WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos FilmDenver Broncos 2019 DraftGIF Horse – Devin Bush vs Devin WhiteNew,36commentsDevin White is the consensus LB1, but how does Devin Bush stack up? GIF Horse – Devin Bush vs Devin WhiteCould Bush don the blue and orange?Brad Mills-USA TODAY SportsBy now it’s common knowledge that Vic Fangio cut his teeth coaching linebackers. It’s also no secret that some of the best linebacker corps in NFL history found their greatest success with him calling the shots. From there, it’s simple math for fans to surmise that the Broncos will need to add talent to the current group headlined by Todd Davis and Josey Jewell. Unfortunately, this may not be the best draft to chase after an impact ‘backer. In fact, The Draft Network only lists two players among the 50 best prospects.If the Broncos want someone to step in from day one, they may need to zero in on Devin White or Devin Bush immediately. But who’s the better option? InstinctsI’ve gone back and forth on this one so much I have to call it a push. Initially, I loved White’s ability to react to the ball, especially against play action. In short yardage situations he has a preternatural feel for making the stop, such as the Ole Miss game. I do think Bush has been criticized a bit too much here. Yes, there are times you catch Bush guessing where the ball is going, but he’s in the right place at the right time far more often than not. He isn’t on White’s level against ball fakes, but the right coach will be able to hone his radar at the next level.Physicality This goes to Bush and it isn’t particularly close. White isn’t soft by any means, but Bush loves to hit and brings a level of violence to the position that sets a tone. Is it dirty to decleat a receiver away from the play if it isn’t flagged? Point of attackThis is also a clear win for the Michigan man. Bush looks far more comfortable attacking downhill and meeting blockers in the hole. Those that love him as the superior Devin will point to this as one reason why. He does the “linebacker things” really well.At the same time, there are times when he gets tangled up with blockers and doesn’t actively disengage. Because of this, he’s effectively blocked and left to chase down plays from behind. Some have this firmly down as an “undersized” problem you’ll get with Bush, but it’s probably something that will improve with coaching.There are times when White looks like he can sift through blockers like they’re little more than nuisances, but there’s also his Alabama and Georgia tape. In both games, the opposing teams ran right at him and found success. The Tide in particular really exposed him. At his best, Devin White looks unstoppable.TacklingThis also goes to Bush. White has improved in this area as 2018 went on, but Bush looks more natural wrapping up the ball-carrier. Multiple scouting reports suggest that Bush will struggle at times due to his length, but I personally believe that’s a bit overblown. White is all of 2 inches taller and his arms 1/8 of an inch longer.Bush saves the touchdown here. PursuitBoth Devin’s have the kind of athletic tools to suggest they will be sideline to sideline players in the NFL, but Devin White pops off the tape here. This is no slight at Bush, but one of the things that really excite about the Tiger is how darn twitchy he is.It’s pretty impressive when White gets on his horse to chase down plays. BlitzingThis is a strength of both players’ games, but Devin Bush is a special talent rushing the passer. He does a good job of disguising his intentions and finding a way to make himself felt when he’s coming. Michigan’s Defensive Coordinator Don Brown knew what he had and utilized Bush’s talents to full effect.Bush had top-five pass-rushing PFF grades among off-ball linebackers each of the past two seasons.I do think both will become weapons for the coordinators that inherit them, though. CoverageIt’s close, but White looks like the superior coverage player. He wasn’t challenged as often as Bush was, but his quick twitch athleticism really showed through on tape. Both players look more than capable of running with backs into the flats. They also have the athletic profile to suggest each has a ton of potential as coverage defenders.Meanwhile, the Michigan defensive scheme called on Bush to man up on receivers in space from time to time. He won some and lost some, but the fact that Michigan’s coordinator trusted him out wide says a lot. How they perform in this area as pros will have as much to do with the coaches they learn under as anything else. I suspect White will be a better coverage player from day 1, specifically against play action passes. They’ll both bite on the fake every now and then, but White is so quick to shift gears that it can go unnoticed. Bush may go through a bit of an adjustment in this regard, but he has the tools to become a dynamic coverage linebacker. He looks comfortable in all sorts of coverage assignments and has the kind of fluidity to find success in deep drops.Bush has experience roving the middle of the field, covering the flats, and manning up on receivers. Scheme fitBack when I first wrote about Devin White, I had this to say: That’s as true for Devin Bush as it is for White. The reality is the Broncos D would become awfully exciting with either. It’s a bit of a surprise that Denver did not speak with Bush at the Combine because he looks like such a clean projection of Fangio’s defense. In fact, the difference between the two most likely comes down to the mythical P-word: potential. We’re at that time of year where decision makers fall for guys who could potentially grow into whatever they dream of. That’s where White really benefits. He is so sudden that you can’t help but watch him and dream of the kind of 3 down stud all the best defenses in NFL history posses. Meanwhile, Bush is seen in some circles as the undersized guy because he’s an inch shorter and 3 pounds lighter than his counterpart. My hope is that Denver can overlook these physical qualities, because he’s every bit as exciting on tape and probably has the higher floor. This Bronco’s fan would be perfectly happy if either Devin dons the orange and blue for the next decade.

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