The Broncos boosted their secondary with a talented mid-major cornerback, drafting Tulane corner Lorenzo Doss with the 28th pick of the fifth round.
Doss is a speedy corner-- 4.4-type speed-- with a nose for the ball. His best season was likely in 2013, when he earned first-team all-Conference USA honors. He's been described as a feast-or-famine type cornerback who relies a bit too much on his athleticism and can try too hard for the big play, but he'll have time to develop in Denver, and his work ethic has been praised at every level of play.
At any rate, the Broncos got themselves a potential playmaker in the secondary in the late rounds of the draft, which is about as much as you can ask for.