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Colts mid season re mock

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1. Andrew luck

2 Janoris Jenkins Cb

3 Dwayne Allen

3. T.Y. Hilton

5. Taylor Thompson TE

5. Vick Ballard

6. Lavon Brazill

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You mean if we could go back and do it again?

1. Andrew Luck

2. Derek Wolfe

3. Dwayne Allen

3. Chris Givens

5. Josh Chapman

5. Alfred Morris

6. LaVon Brazil

7. Alfonzo Dennard

7. Cam Johnson

7. Chandler Harnish

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If we could do it again

1.Andrew Luck

2.CourtneyUpshaw

3.Brandon Boykin

4.Ladarius Green

5.Josh Chapman

5.Marvin Jones

6.James Hanna

7.Audie Cole

7.Alfonzo Dennard

7.Junior Hemingway

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i would leave it the same. although one could make a case for cordy glenn over fleener.

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If we could do it again

1.Andrew Luck

2.CourtneyUpshaw...explain

3.Brandon Boykin

4.Ladarius Green...again, explain

5.Josh Chapman

5.Marvin Jones

6.James Hanna

7.Audie Cole

7.Alfonzo Dennard

7.Junior Hemingway

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1.Upshaw is an actual 3-4 OLB and a good one at that.

2.Ladarius Green-Not considered the best Tight End in the draft, But has plenty of speed and good hands, He is very athletic, Its not that I dont like Fleener, I do, I simply dont think he was by far the best player on the board at a position of need, The best Tight End? Sure but Green would have been a good Tight End to with Luck as QB, Right now he was drafted by San Diego

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The only things I'd probably change is Janoris Jenkins in the 2nd, and Dennard in the 7th. However, I think Fleener still has plenty of time to prove his worth.

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Dennard for Fugger, Josh Gordon for Anderson, Fleener pick is still up in the air IMO

nvm... Gordon wasn't draft eligible, I think... he def. wasn't

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