News: The Broncos drafted Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King at No. 161 in the fifth round Saturday. King, 6-1, 200, made 136 catches for 2,602 yards during his college career an impressive 19.1 yards per catch. He has been clocked electronically at 4.47 seconds in the 40-yard dash and has the ability to shift into a higher gear and gain separation from cornerbacks, according to the Denver Post. "Tavarres has great deep speed," vice president John Elway said. "We think he has a lot of upside." During his teleconference with Broncos media Saturday, King sounded showed no lack of confidence. "(At Georgia), I did a lot of different things," King said of his responsibilities as a receiver. "My game is very polished. I'll be a weapon for the Broncos."
Analysis: King will provide depth for the Broncos at receiver with the team loaded with Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker. He has minimal Fantasy value in seasonal leagues and is worth just a mid-round pick in rookie-only formats.