Tristan Wirfs to the Broncos? Bleacher Report’s NFL mock draft has tackle coming to Denver.

Matthew Holst, Getty ImagesOffensive lineman Tristan Wirfs (74) of the Iowa Hawkeyes celebrates with teammates after their match-up against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Nov. 23, 2018 at Kinnick Stadium, in Iowa City, Iowa.

Tell me if you’ve heard this before: Another mock draft, another different pick for the Broncos.

Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox has Denver selecting Iowa offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs with the 15th overall pick.

Wirfs, 20, is a 6-foot-5, 322-pound junior who has seen his stock steadily rise on a number of draft boards. ESPN’s Mel Kiper has him as the second-best offensive tackle (behind Georgia’s Andrew Thomas) and the 20th overall prospect in the draft.

“Wirfs, a former high school wrestling champion, plays right tackle for the Hawkeyes — though he has had a few series on the left side — and he just mauls defenders,” Kiper writes. “Dominates them. He has incredible strength and power … and he can also move his feet.”

It’s been a hodgepodge of Broncos picks in other mock drafts. CBS Sports had Denver going for Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs III. ESPN’s Todd McShay has LSU safety Grant Delpit Broncos-bound. And USA Today has the team selecting South Carolina defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw.

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