The Denver Post has posted a story touting the expected affect the addition of Brenham’s Courtland Sutton will have on the Broncos.
The article, written by columnist Mark Kiszla calls the former Cub and SMU Mustang, “The best catch by the Broncos in the NFL Draft since Von Miller.”
Kiszla say that Sutton’s routs, “…are as coarse as unrefined sugar. But he also delivers bigger-and-badder athleticism that most NFL cornerbacks won’t be able to handle.”
Broncos’ Coach Vance Joseph compares Sutton favorably to Texans’ Pro-Bowl wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
Kiszla mentions that in one week of workouts, Sutton has, “…made enough jaw-dropping catches to fill Sports Centers Top-10 plays.”
Sutton is quoted in the article with a simple explanation, “Everytime the ball’s in the air my job is the same: I come down with the ball in my hands, no matter what.”
The story projects that Pro Bowl receiver Emmanuel Sanders, a Bellville native, is likely to become the team’s number-three receiver behind, Damaryius Thomas and Sutton.
The Broncos’ pre-season opener is Saturday night when they host Minnesota at 8:00 p.m. on the NFL Network.
Sutton’s former Brenham Cub teammate Austin Schlottmann is also in the Broncos’ camp, trying to make the team as a free agent offensive lineman.
Kiszla’s complete article on Courtland Sutton can be read at: