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I was asked to be the Colts gm for this Mock draft. This is my second year doing it and its been fun. Heres what Ive done so far.

General Manager: @is3jay

Pick Overall Choice Notes 1.01 1 Andrew Luck, QB

from Stanford Autopick 2.07 39 Alameda Ta, DT

from Washington True NT's are hard to find and Alameda will be the first piece of Chuck Paganos defense. 3.01 65 Jayron Hosley, CB

from Virginia Tech Versatile ballhawk who will play opposite of Powers. He is also a very dangerous return man something we've been trying to find for years now. 4.02 97 5.01 128 6.01 160 6.02 161 7.01 191

Trade Details Pick 2.07 #MockOne: from Rams for pick(s): 2.02 6.01 #MockOne: from Rams for pick(s): 2.02

http://www.mockone.net/MockDraft/MockDraft.php

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Crap sorry it got all weird after I posted it >_< I dont feel like fixing it. Just click on the link and it will show up in its proper format.

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I like it, I don't mind Ta'amu in the early second the more I think about it even though I'd prefer Jean-Babtiste in the fourth...but there are no guarantees. nice job so far.

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^ I was trying to trade down again to get more picks but couldnt. Atleast I got an extra 6th for moving down just a few spots.

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So I swapped my 4th and traded a 6th for another 4th in the deal. I drafted Marvin Mcnutt WR out of Iowa Hes a big target for Andrew Luck.

Through 4 rounds I have

1.01 Andrew Luck QB

2.39 Alameda Ta'amu NT

3.65 Jayron Hosley CB

4.117 Marvin McNutt WR

With pick 4.124, 5.128 , 6.160, and 7.190. I think Im done dealing but it I can acquire more picks and still get value Ill do so.

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So I swapped my 4th and traded a 6th for another 4th in the deal. I drafted Marvin Mcnutt WR out of Iowa Hes a big target for Andrew Luck.

Through 4 rounds I have

1.01 Andrew Luck QB

2.39 Alameda Ta'amu NT

3.65 Jayron Hosley CB

4.117 Marvin McNutt WR

With pick 4.124, 5.128 , 6.160, and 7.190. I think Im done dealing but it I can acquire more picks and still get value Ill do so.

Nice one. Try and get Ladarius Green now!

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^Hes already gone =/ I will however look at the remaining TEs check the film out on them and see who I can take later on.

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Very nice pick in Mcnutt...really like it so far.

I like James Hanna and Evan Rodriguez as late round TEs.

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MCnutt gave Dennard a real hard time...don't know if it's because he's good or Dennard sux....but Mcnutt couldn't catch anything on Jamal Flemming.

Biggest problem I have with McNutt is his last name.

Imagine

"Hey, whose the best players on yall'z team"

"Angerer, Luck and McNutt"

"LOLOLOLOLOL...naw but seriously"

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Dennard over Kirkpatrick and Jenkins?? Everyone is entitled to their opinion but I can't say I agree with you there if that is the case. I'm not that high on Gilmore, but personally, I'd rather have Gilmore over Dennard at the 34 spot.

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^ From a pure talent aspect Kirkpatrick and Jenkins are better but all the off the field stuff drops them for me. I gave Kirkpatrick a second round grade and Jenkins became undraftable.

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I ended up drafting Bernard Pierce at 124 with Addai gone, a lackluster Donald Brown, and Delone Carter who fumbled a bit last season. I felt the need to add a rb and he was BPA at this point at a position of need.

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With my 5th round pick I took Nigel Bradham linebacker out of FSU. With Gary Brackett and Phillip Wheeler no longer on the team. Were in need of some Linebackers especially when switching over to the 3-4. I think Nigel has the physical tools to play OLB or ILB. Pagano will put him to good use.

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With my 6th round pick I took TE Evan Rodriguez Temple this guys gonna be a stud. He was a Mackey award candidate and just watching film hes all over the place. He can block very well and is a smooth athlete he runs some nice routes.

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Have I said that I like this draft? No? Well after the Bradham and Rodriguez picks I love it. However I don't know much about Pierce and maybe would prefer an OG there personally, but It all depends on who was available.

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I don't see Jayron Hosley dropping to the 3rd Round though. Other than that i would be OK with this draft.

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go colts all the other gms are mostly writers and scouts we try to simulate realism. Its very possible that Jayron can be had there I mean theres soo many good players this draft some guys are bound to drop.

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Have I said that I like this draft? No? Well after the Bradham and Rodriguez picks I love it. However I don't know much about Pierce and maybe would prefer an OG there personally, but It all depends on who was available.

surprising if youve seen tape on Rodriguez Im sure youve seen some of Pierce without noticing. Go look at him the guy is a very hard runner with + vision

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surprising if youve seen tape on Rodriguez Im sure youve seen some of Pierce without noticing. Go look at him the guy is a very hard runner with + vision

Yea I tend to zone in on the guy who is the reason I'm watching the game tape for haha. I went back and saw a tape of Pierce and from what I saw I liked him. He has good size and as you said nice vision...I'll try and watch some more tape on him soon and see if I still like him as much.

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With my last pick I took a playmaker. Mike Harris cb from FSU is just that at corner and probably FS in the NFL.

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Draft grades courtesy of Evan Silva (Sr. NFL Editor of rotoworld.com)

The name of the game for Indianapolis' draft was getting good football players. After the Polian era, they don't have many left on the roster. The Colts drafted seven guys and they all can play.

The draft grader believes Robert Griffin III is a better quarterback prospect than Luck, but the difference is too negligible to dock Indianapolis' draft grade. Luck projects as a franchise quarterback, and the Colts seem to have determined that he's more ready to play than RG3.

Hosley is a top-50 talent in this draft, and Ta'amu will be a day-one starter at nose tackle. They are both value picks. McNutt is a straight-line receiver with size, but buildup speed. He was still well worth a pick after the midpoint of round four. Pierce lacks burst, but is a one-cut runner and the Colts will likely use plenty of zone-blocking concepts under Bruce Arians. Bradham was great value in the fifth. Rodriguez can cover kicks on special teams, and Harris holds his own in the slot.

The Colts improved in this draft, although adding a better receiver than McNutt would have been preferable, and the roster still has plenty of holes. With a B+ grade, though, it's a nice first step.

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It was an autopick I missed the start of the draft.

Now what kind of GM misses the start of the draft when he has the #1 pick overall? haha

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Theres a lot of moving parts involved and I simply wasnt advised on the time

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