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2017 NFL Draft: Will Forrest Lamp Be Another Colts’ First-Round Offensive Line Pick?

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Intro: In his latest mock draft, ESPN’s Todd McShay projects the Indianapolis Colts will select Western Kentucky guard Forrest Lamp with the No. 15-overall pick. What does Lamp bring to the table?

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