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  1. I'd take those with a bit of salt. He's missing quite possibly the best OT in the class - Texas Connor Williams(6'6", 320)... Look no further than him and the Texas O-line for Donta Foreman's incredible season. Williams and others were opening HUGE lanes for Foreman to run through. He's also one of the better pass-protectors it seems. I think he's allowed just one sack in the last 2 seasons and it came on a QB scramble. He's already drawing Joe Thomas comparisons. But it's a good initial list for players to watch next season.
  2. Nicely done, Ballard! Nicely done! Everybody signed and ready to go months before training camp.
  3. Go go GROVER! GO GO!
  4. What's funny to me is when everybody ranks the Colts off-season among the top in the league and they all say how much the Colts have improved and then procede to rank them in the 20s in their power rankings(worse than we finished the previous season). Something has to give...
  5. That doesn't sound good. I was searching for news about him, but couldn't find anything.
  6. @SupermanWhat do you think about Brandon Boykin? He used to be a very good slot corner and is still just 26. He missed last year with injury but is still a free agent. I wonder why nobody is signing him?
  7. According to reports he clocked at 5.14. nfldraftscout lists him at that too. He also had a 1.73 10 yard split... Insane at 347lbs. He had better 3cone than 70 pounds lighter DeMarcus Walker, who was picked in the second. In his thread on the other sub-forum I posted a video of him running the 40. He looks amazing running. I would never guess he's 350 watching him run. He looks athletic for a 300 lbs athlete... now add 50lbs more... and keep the speed. FREAKY!
  8. Yeah, he was super hyped to play for the Colts. Too bad he didn't make it.
  9. He had a UDFA contract before. He made the cut. I think he's still in the 90.
  10. Colts just released the full list of signed and released players: http://www.colts.com/news/article-1/Colts-Make-Several-Roster-Moves-Following-Rookie-Minicamp/6d6a7d92-ee6e-4147-9318-ffbe596b67ec Signed: free agent OG-Blake Muir four undrafted free agents: CB-Danté Blackmon, S-Tyson Graham, WR-Al-Damion Riles OT-Andrew Wylie. Released/waived: C/G-Austin Blythe (2016 seventh-round pick) CB-Franke Williams (Purdue). WR-Jerome Lane, CB-Chris Lyles and G-Chris Muller.
  11. I don't know how they count it. That's the numbers they stated in the podcast.
  12. Seems like we've signed a second of the tryout guys - Kennesaw State CB Dante' Blackmon. He is 5'10.4" 193lbs cornerback. Here are his measurables from his pro-day: Dates: 03/17/17 Height: 5104 Weight: 193 40 Yrd Dash: 4.53 20 Yrd Dash: 2.67 10 Yrd Dash: 1.64 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 16 Vertical Jump: 35 1/2 Broad Jump: 09'11" 20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.40 3-Cone Drill: 6.72 He had 8 interceptions(1 returned for TD) and 17 passes defended over the last 2 years in Kennesaw State.
  13. He was part of the tryout group. It's still uncertain who lost his place in the Colts 90. He played 20 games for South Dakota, recording 131 total tackles (69 solo), eight passes defended, four interceptions and 6.5 tackles for loss. Here are his measurables from his pro-day: http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=123187&draftyear=2017&genpos=SS Heigth: 6'1.25" Weight: 208 lbs Dates: 03/29/17 Height: 6012 Weight: 208 40 Yrd Dash: 4.56 20 Yrd Dash: 2.60 10 Yrd Dash: 1.63 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 17 Vertical Jump: 31 1/2 Broad Jump: 10'02" 20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.30 3-Cone Drill: 7.21
  14. If we get to the middle of the pack that would feel like the best D in the league.
  15. I love the potential of Grover. He probably gets red-shirted this year while he learns technique and the intricacies of the game, but I think he can be a big contributor in the future.

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