Bradley Roby played for Ohio State University throughout his college career. Now the cornerback has been drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos for the 2014 NFL Draft. Previously, Roby was an All-American corner in 2012 and named to the 2013 All-Big Ten team. He has received various accolades and recognitions throughout his college career.
During his junior season, Roby collected three interceptions, which tied for second on the team. He led the Buckeyes defense in various categories and managed 120 interception yards in 2013. That was good enough for the fifth-highest total in OSU history. Throughout his career, Roby was a starter in all 37 of his games. He missed two games in 2013 due to a suspension and then an injury.
The Broncos recently parted ways with Champ Baily and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, two highly touted cornerbacks. Currently, Aqib Talib is the only first-round cornerback with Denver. Denver's season begins on September 7, 2014. The Broncos will play at home against the Indianapolis Colts. After reaching the Super Bowl this past season, Denver is looking for slightly better results this time around. Their crushing defeat in that game still sits fresh in the players' minds.
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