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Colts are signing former Ravens DT Arthur Jones to a deal around $6 million per season, per sources

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Colts 2017 Mock Draft 2.0

Round 1  EDGE DEREK BARNETT TENNESSEE Round 2  LB JABRILL PEPPERS MICHIGAN Round 3  EDGE TACO CHARLTON MICHIGAN Round 4  WR MALACHI DUPRE LSU Round 4  RB JOE MIXON OKLAHOMA Round 5  EDGE DAESHON HALL TEXAS A&M Round 6  EDGE Bryan Cox Jr. FLORIDA 

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Colts 2017 Mock Draft 1.0

Round 1   EDGE TIM WILLIAMS ALABAMA Round 2   LB REUBEN FOSTER ALABAMA Round 3   RB WAYNE GALLMAN CLEMSON Round 4   DL JOEY IVIE FLORIDA Round 4   CB MARQUEZ WHITE FLORIDA STATE Round 5   EDGE BRYAN COX JR. FLORIDA Round 6   G KYLE KALLS MICHIGAN

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Khaled Holmes starting center?

I don't know why people are so against Khaled Holmes being our starting center. I watched 4 of his college game tapes the Utah, Georgia Tech, Oregon, and Notre Dame. I really liked what I saw. He makes the line calls, good run and pass blocker, and he finishes all of his blocks but he does have some weaknesses, the biggest one I noticed was that he tends to over extend sometimes, and plus he handled Domata Peko really well when came in for Samson Satele in the Cincinnati game. But overall I really like him and I think he will be a solid center for us this season.

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Safety Wise who should the Colts draft Brooks or Loston?

TERRENCE BROOKS FLORIDA ST. Measurements Height: 5'11"
Weight: 198 lbs.
Arm Length: 31"
Hands: 9"
Combine Results 40 yard dash: 4.42 sec
bench press 225lbs: 10 reps
vertical jump: 38.0 inches
broad jump: 119.0 inches
3 cone drill: 7.35 sec.
ANALYSIS OVERVIEW 2013: Second-team All-ACC selection. Played and started in 13 games, missing one game due to concussion. 2012: Started all 14 games. 2011: Played 12 games. Made an interception in the end zone to clinch a bowl game win over Notre Dame. 2010: Played in 10 games, mostly on special teams. STRENGTHS Fluid and flexible. Pedals and transitions smoothly. Good play speed and range. Patrols zones with awareness and anticipation to react to threats. Keys quickly, trusts his eyes and does not hesitate. Aggressive in run support -- swoops down with urgency, runs the alley and plays with abandon. Confident and energetic. Tough and durable. Profiles as a core special-teams player. Solid personal and football character. WEAKNESSES Inconsistent tackler -- arrives out of control, does not always see what he hits and will miss some tackles seeking the knockout blow. Is built like a cornerback, sustained a concussion as a senior and durability could be an issue given his aggressive playing style. Minimal production on the ball -- was not a playmaker. Has average hands and leaves some INTs on the field. Could stand to add some body armor and get stronger. DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 4-5 BOTTOM LINE Lean, athletic, long-limbed hybrid safety with an appealing combination of fluidity, range and physicality. Versatile defender who can be deployed over the top as a “robber” or in the box. Has starter-caliber ability if he if he’s able to shore up his tackling and become a more productive on-the-ball defender, but at worst should be a solid backup and core special-teams player. CRAIG LOSTON LSU Measurements Height: 5'11"
Weight: 217 lbs.
Arm Length:30 3/4"
Hands: 9 3/4"
Combine Results 40 yard dash: 4.65 SEC
Bench Press 225lbs.:12 REPS
Vertical Jump: 32.5 INCH
Broad Jump: 119.0 INCH
3 Cone Drill: 7.15 SEC
OVERVIEW 2013: Honorable mention All-SEC pick after playing and starting in 10 games. Had an interception in bowl game against Iowa. 2012: Played in and started 12 games. 2011: Played in 10 games with no starts. 2010: Played in all 13 games with two starts. 2009: Played in two games on special teams before suffering a wrist injury. Received a medical redshirt. High school: Was the No. 1-ranked safety by Rivals.com. Was a first-team all-state pick while playing defensive back and wide receiver. ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Very well-distributed weight -- packs it well. Good eyes and anticipation. Is aggressive playing the ball in front of him in zone coverage and buzzes quickly to the flat. Good route recognition. Can carry receivers deep and match up with tight ends in man coverage. Steps downhill and can secure open-field tackles. Is tough, sacrifices his body and will deliver some jarring hits. Helps line up the defense and make adjustments. Is noticeably the vocal leader of the secondary (very animated communicator). Versatile with good interchangeability. Gunner and jammer on special teams. Has NFL pedigree. Smart, hardworking and accountable. Very good football intelligence. WEAKNESSES Has short arms. Shows some hip tightness that restricts transitional quickness. Tends to rise in his pedal. Gives up separation in man coverage vs. receivers. Will seek the kill shot and can be overaggressive running the alley supporting the run. Can do a better job of driving through contact (not lunging and leaving his feet). Has a spotted injury history and has regularly missed time most years (though he is quick to rehabilitate). DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 2-3 BOTTOM LINE A big, hard-hitting, vocal secondary leader who showed better as a junior lining up along a more talented secondary next to Eric Reid than he did as a senior. However, still possesses starter-caliber traits as an interchangeable safety most ideally suited playing in the box.

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