BREAKING NEWS: Patrick Surtain II Denver Broncos cornerback Just Announced His Departure Due to…

Patrick Surtain II Denver Broncos cornerback Just Announced His Departure


Though it’s probably too soon to anticipate the 2025 NFL draft, Denver Broncos supporters can always hope.

For Denver to become relevant again, the team needs to develop around franchise cornerstones like cornerback Patrick Surtain II. According to one draft expert, the Broncos plan to choose defensive players in the next draft.

Pro Football Network’s James Fragoza made fun of Michigan CB Will Johnson for going to Denver to help the All-Pro in the 2025 draft.

In his May 11 mock draft, Fragoza stated, “Will Johnson could have played in the NFL as a true sophomore last season.” “He possesses the length, athleticism, and size (6’2”, 200 pounds) of a CB1. Imagine him now as Pat Surtain II’s CB2—the No Fly Zone 2.0.

In his fictitious exercise, Fragoza had Johnson arrive in Mile High City with the fourth overall selection. The Wolverines defeated the Washington Huskies to win the 2024 College Football Playoff National Championship with the aid of the junior defender.

Johnson Ascended to CB1 Status Rapidly Alongside the Wolverines
Johnson was a four-star prospect out of Michigan’s Grosse Pointe South High School, according to 247Sports. He was a member of the recruiting class of 2022 and made his commitment to the Wolverines in February 2021.

As soon as Johnson got to Ann Arbor, he left his mark. Selected to the Freshman All-American team, he became a CB1 very quickly.

Johnson’s two interceptions of Purdue quarterback Aidan O’Connell to secure Michigan’s victory in the 2022 Big Ten Championship were the high point of his rookie campaign.

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