The Denver Broncos announced the signing of third-round pick OL Michael Schofield on Tuesday.
Third-round pick @SchoBlue75 has officially signed with the Broncos: http://t.co/V0V1lKx66dpic.twitter.com/qEdL7Ez57a
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) June 3, 2014
Denver now has all of their draft picks under contract except for first-round pick CB Bradley Roby.
The Denver Broncos selected Michael Schofield, a tackle out of Michigan, with their 95th pick in the third round.
He’s a versatile lineman, and huge, at 6’6″ and 300 pounds.
Here’s his highlight video against Michigan State in 2013:
Schofield looks like a strong young man with a very stable base, especially when defenders try to attack him with a power rush. Of course, we...
The Denver Broncos made their third-round selection on Thursday night, taking Michael Schofield out of Michigan University. Soon enough, there will be plenty of coverage of the No. 95 pick. But in the meantime, here are five things to know about the offensive lineman:
1. He’s versatile. While Schofield was the starting right tackle for the Wolverines, he was moved inside to play...
Michael Schofield never had a problem finding a source for motivation.
His brother, Andrew, was 18 months younger, so everything between them was a competition.
But as the Michigan offensive tackle prepared for the NFL draft this year, some unfortunate news became his driving force.
Shortly before the Senior Bowl in January, his aunt, Jane Caliendo, was diagnosed with colon cancer...
Three-year letterman for the Michigan Wolverines, Michael Schofield appeared in 52 games on the offensive line and on special teams, making 36 starts (26 at right tackle and 10 at left guard).Schofield started all 13 games at right tackle, in 2013. He also contributed on special teams. Showed versatility at Penn State playing snaps at left tackle after Taylor Lewan left the game with an...
MOBILE, ALABAMA - An update with Michigan offensive lineman Michael Schofield from the Senior Bowl...
DraftSeason: What are your plans in the coming months leading up to the NFL Draft?
Michael Schofield: I will be going down to Miami to train with Pete Bommarito, there I will be getting ready for the Senior Bowl game along with the combine and my pro day.
DraftSeason: What do you feel you need to improve on the most as an offensive lineman?
Michael Schofield: There is always something...
Michigan 5th year senior right tackle Michael Schofield talks to the media about the development of Frank Clark, his evaluation of the offensive line, how the OL needs to improve, Jack Miller’s added leadership, stressing pass protection, the competition in the interior line, and more. ***Watch Full Video***
Michigan redshirt junior right tackle Michael Schofield is back to his natural position after spending 2011 as a guard for the Wolverines. Schofield talks about his comfort level, getting the tailbacks going, and the offensive line as a whole.
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Offensive tackle Michael Schofield is back to his natural position and ready to help the Wolverines get to the Big Ten Championship game. He spoke at Media Day about his transition to the right side and more.