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  1. Round 2a - #34 A Jalen Reagor, WR TCU B Tee Higgins, WR Clemson C Brandon Aiyuk WR Arizona St Round 2b - #44 A Ezra Cleveland, OT Boise St B Jacob Eason, QB Washington C JK Dobbins, RB Ohio St Round 3 - #75 A Adam Trautman, TE Dayton B Tyler Biadasz, C Wisconsin C Jonathan Greenard, Edge Florida Round 4 - #122 A Anfernee Jennings, Edge Alabama B Gabriel Davis, WR UCF C Willie Gay Jr, LB Mississippi St Round 5 - #160 A Joe Reed, WR Virginia B Hakeem Adeniji, G Kans
  2. I'm not sure there's a site/source collecting that info (I haven't found one yet, but you'd think someone is gathering that info), but there is a great one for NFL teams at https://www.sharpfootballstats.com/snap-rates--shotgun-v-under-center--off-.html. I wasn't surprised to see how widespread the shotgun formation is these days - it's all kids are doing from the earliest levels, and "traditional" under center QBs are nearly non-existent at the college level. Only 5 NFL teams had the majority of their snaps from under center in 2019 - SF, Minnesota, Tenn, LA Rams, an
  3. Most teams aren't built to support a rookie QB. I think the Colts are built about as well as we could hope to bring in a rookie. The OL hasn't been this good in a decade or more, the RBs, TY, and Doyle at the least provide versatility and play making as well as a veteran presence, they've got an offensive-minded HC for support, and a D that usually keeps the team in games. And that doesn't get into how much cap space the Colts have next year to fill in blanks and provide even more toys. I think we've all seen what JB is, what he's capable of doing. And since JB is under contra
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