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I see it's now giving the Colts two 7th rounders...

Yep. The trade for Cam Johnson was originally thought to be this year's 7th round pick, but now is thought to be next year's seventh round pick, so we get an extra 7th round pick. Our other one was from the Ravens. This hasn't been confirmed yet, but a lot of people/draft sites are taking it as real.

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My latest attempt:

59
CB E.J. GAINES
MISSOURI

He appears to have all the physical tools and can even make tackles.  His biggest weakness appears to be tackling technique, which I think can be refined.

90
DT KELCY QUARLES
SOUTH CAROLINA

Analysis given in a previous mock

 

154
S HAKEEM SMITH
LOUISVILLE

I believe I gave the analysis for this pick in another mock as well, but in case I didn't, I think safety depth is very important for us.  He is a reliable tackler and improved his pass defense in the last year.

 

187
DT RYAN CARRETHERS
ARKANSAS STATE

Analysis given in previous mock

 

209
G TRAI TURNER
LSU

Very good run blocker, but pass blocking needs work

 

218
CB AARON COLVIN
OKLAHOMA

Physical and aggressive corner.

 

UFA
-CB RICARDO ALLEN
PURDUE
-WR CODY HOFFMAN
BYU

Analysis for both given in previous mocks

 

I wanted to try to get Denicos Allen again because I'm really starting to like him, but he was taken by the 49ers a few picks after I took Colvin

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A lot of people as getting Chris Boyd! He is going to be a good solid player in the NFL! Was very good for Vandy until his dismissal from the team before last season.. First time be has ever gotten into any trouble.

Search his in YouTube! Has some good hands, and great size.. Lacks some speed though but is going to be wayyyy overlooked

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My picks were

 

Pick 59:  WR Jordan Matthews  Vanderbilt

Pick 90:  CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste  Nebraska

Pick 154:  DT DeAndre Coleman  California

Pick 187:  DT Ryan Carrethers  Arkansas State

Pick 209:  S  Sean Parker  Washington

Pick 218:  CB Ricardo Allen  Purdue

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I did this draft assuming we sign a C in FA, so I went defense heavy. First time I've done it for a while.

59. CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE - NEBRASKA - 6'3 220lbs

Huge corner, experience playing man to man with playmaking ability, good against the run. Experience playing Safety in college so can cover in case of injury.

90. DE MARCUS SMITH - LOUISVILLE - 6'3 250-255lbs

Pass rusher on the outside maybe an understudy for Mathis whilst Walden and Werner hold down the strong side. Listed at 6'3 250-255lbs

154. RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS - OREGON - 5'10 175-180lbs

Only offensive player in my draft. Best player available. Gives us a Darren Sproles-like weapon out of the backfield. Could help plug a hole as the teams scat back if we don't resign DB (which is quite likely IMO). Also a great returner.

187. DT JAY BROMLEY - SYRACUSE - 6'3 300-310lbs

Good value fortification for the DL. Good size. Understudy for Cory Redding. Could rotate in on heavy packages.

209. CB AARON COLVIN - OKLAHOMA - 6'0 192lbs

Former first round prospect until he tore his ACL in a Senior Bowl practice. May have to sit a year, but a good prospect to take a flier on in the 7th. Low risk/high reward.

218. ILB PRESTON BROWN - LOUISVILLE - 6'2 260lbs

Heavy run stuffer to improve depth inside.

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DE CHRIS SMITH

ARKANSAS

Would be a perfect fit at OLB or could bulk up into a DE in the 3-4




90

 

WR JARED ABBREDERIS

WISCONSIN

The next Austin Collie. Minus the injuries




154

 

DT DEANDRE COLEMAN

CALIFORNIA

This guy is a run stopper. Consistently dominated Travis Swanson on Senior Day and had a great showing.  Could be the answer at the nose




187

 

CB CHRIS DAVIS

AUBURN

Not only would he be a solid nickel back his first year, he can easily take over the return duties for us. See Alabama-Auburn (2013)




209

 

JON HALAPIO

FLORIDA

Solid guard that has shown he can be a solid contributor to an offensive line. Played through a torn pectoral at UF, that is toughness




218

 

RB DARRIN REEVES

UAB

He's a little scatback that could fill the void at #3 on the depth chart. Has good speed for a back


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First try

 

R2

CB JASON VERRETT
TCU

 

R3
ILB YAWIN SMALLWOOD
UCONN
R5
S KENNY LADLER
VANDERBILT
R6
C GABE IKARD
OKLAHOMA
R7
CB AARON COLVIN
OKLAHOMA

 

 

Verrett and Smallwood would be great picks. I wanted Bucannon or Jimmy Ward, and then a CB though.

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My first try:

 

                                        

 

59
WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
VANDERBILT

 

90
CB KYLE FULLER
VIRGINIA TECH
154
ILB PRESTON BROWN
LOUISVILLE
187
DE AARON LYNCH
USF
209
CB NEVIN LAWSON
UTAH STATE
218
S SEAN PARKER
WASHINGTON

 

YOUR PICKS
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I went all defense with this mock, figured our C & G will come from FA

 

59   CB Loucheiz Purifoy Florida

90   DE Jackson Jeffcoat Texas

154 DT Deandre Coleman California

187 DE Aaron Lynch South Florida

209 CB Aaron Colvin Oklahoma

218  S Nickoe Whitley Mississippi State

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From first-pick. I'd be surprised (and pumped) if some of these guys dropped this low.

 

Your Picks:
Round 2 Pick 27: David Yankey, OG, Stanford (A)
Round 3 Pick 26: Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut (A)
Round 5 Pick 26: Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida (A)
Round 6 Pick 27: Deandre Coleman, DT, California (B+)
Round 7 Pick 16: Cody Hoffman, WR, Brigham Young (A)

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DT DAQUAN JONES
PENN STATE

 

90
S JIMMIE WARD
NORTHERN ILLINOIS
154
ILB ANDREW JACKSON
WESTERN KENTUCKY
187
CB AARON COLVIN
OKLAHOMA
209
WR CODY HOFFMAN
BYU
218
CB BENE BENWIKERE
SAN JOSE STATE

 

I figured that a bunch of teams would have the same idea that because of the ACL tear, they can get Colvin in the 7th. So I took him in the 6th. And I think Andrew Jackson is a sleeper pick at ILB. I watched some tape against Alabama in 2012 and he may have had like 8 solo tackles and 2 tackles for loss. And that OL was no joke.

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CB BRADLEY ROBY

OHIO STATE




90


DE MICHAEL SAM

MISSOURI




154


DT DEANDRE COLEMAN

CALIFORNIA




187


C RUSSELL BODINE

NORTH CAROLINA




209


G MICHAEL SCHOFIELD

MICHIGAN




218


RB GEORGE ATKINSON III

NOTRE DAME

 

 

Here was my thinking.  Roby joins Davis, Butler, and Gordy as our corners.  This will give us some freedom with Toler.  I don't like the idea of the media circus that is going to accompany Sam but I dont feel it would be a major distraction with our locker room.  I see him as a pure rush linebacker.  It would be nice to let learn from one of the best.  Coleman would be a very good addition to our DE rotation.  I could see him taking over Redding after next season.  Bodine could push Holmes for the starting job (assuming Satale is cut) or at least be a very good back up.  Schofield provides depth at guard.  Atkinson III immediately takes over return duties.


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59

 

CYRIL RICHARDSON

BAYLOR

big g. i think could start 




90

 

CB KEITH MCGILL

UTAH

big tall press coverage corner fits what we do




15

 

HAKEEM SMITH

LOUISVILLE

good saftey could start




18

 

ILB ANDREW JACKSON

WESTERN KENTUCKY

possibly the biggest sleeper great lber just look at tape of alabama game of 12




20

 

JAMES STONE

TENNESSEE

probably top 10 center in this years draft




20

 

DT SHAMAR STEPHEN

UCONN

depth behind rjf 


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Latest attempt:

59
S ED REYNOLDS
STANFORD

Big (6'2") safety who is very smart and instinctive.  Drafting him could save us the money some people would want us to use on Byrd.

 

90
C WESTON RICHBURG
COLORADO STATE

Rated by some as the 2nd best C in the draft.  Another intelligent player.  Signing him could give us a good option at C and would save us the money of going after Alex Mack.

 

154
CB VICTOR HAMPTON
SOUTH CAROLINA

Scouting reports say he is very physical and isn't afraid to tackle (which I love to see).  He has great physical tools, but his play needs a little refining as he tends to be a little grabby with WRs and that could translate to holding and PI penalties.

 

187
DT RYAN CARRETHERS
ARKANSAS STATE

Analysis given in previous mocks

 

209
G BRANDON LINDER
MIAMI

A big guard who should be able to contribute as a backup to Thornton or Thomas

 

218
CB AARON COLVIN
OKLAHOMA

Another physical corner who is very aggressive (in good and bad ways).  He can tackle, but can get beat by play actions.  He's physical with receivers, but could get into PI and holding trouble.

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CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE
NEBRASKA

 

90
DT DAQUAN JONES
PENN STATE
154
RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS
OREGON
187
ILB PRESTON BROWN
LOUISVILLE
209
WR CODY HOFFMAN
BYU
218
P KIRBY VAN DER KAMP
IOWA STATE

 

Depending on who is more of a scheme fit, you could substitute the first pick with Keith McGill. But Preston Brown is a sleeper. Good speed and  makes a lot of tackles. DAT can be the new scat back and PR, possibly KR too. Van Der Kamp is for the future, since we don't know what's going on with Mcafee.

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I'd be pretty happy with these guys.

 

 

59 

GABE JACKSON

MISSISSIPPI STATE

90 

DT DAQUAN JONES

PENN STATE

154 

ILB JORDAN ZUMWALT

UCLA

187 

OLB DEVON KENNARD

USC

209 

CB NEVIN LAWSON

UTAH STATE

218 

JAMES STONE

TENNESSEE

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My Draft went as Follows not the greatest but servicable i guess, some decent projects and possible contributors here Thoughts?

 

59
 
ILB SHAYNE SKOV
STANFORD
90
 
WESTON RICHBURG
COLORADO STATE
154
 
CB SHAQUILLE RICHARDSON
ARIZONA
187
 
TY ZIMMERMAN
KANSAS STATE
209
 
TRAI TURNER
LSU
218
 
DE CASSIUS MARSH
UCLA

 

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I like visiting on Tuesday's because they say they updated their rankings on Tuesdays.....

 

OK....

 

So,  today I got a set of results that are ridiculously good....

 

The chances of most of this happening are pretty close to zero...   maybe one or two of the picks...   but certainly not all of them...  I think we all stand a better chance of winning the Power Ball Lottery....    check this out....

 

 

 

59
DE STEPHON TUITT
NOTRE DAME
 
90
ILB YAWIN SMALLWOOD
UCONN
 
154
S KENNY LADLER
VANDERBILT
 
187
WR TEVIN REESE
BAYLOR
 
209
G MICHAEL SCHOFIELD
MICHIGAN

 

 

If that happens in the real draft in early May,  I'll think I've died and gone to Colt's Heaven!!    :thmup:

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My first try. I went all defense except for one. I know im not even close, but the simulator is cool...

 

 

 

DT WILL SUTTON  59

ARIZONA STATE




 


CB JAYLEN WATKINS  90

FLORIDA




 


WR CODY LATIMER  154

INDIANA




 


S VINNIE SUNSERI  187

ALABAMA




 


DE AARON LYNCH   209

USF




 


ILB PRESTON BROWN  218

LOUISVILLE


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59

ILB CHRISTIAN JONES

FLORIDA STATE

Starting quality ILB who can cover next to Freeman.

90

DT EGO FERGUSON

LSU

DE to replace Redding long term and swap snaps with RJF straight away.

DE

154

DE JOSH MAURO

STANFORD

Doubled up on DE's because run stopping is a big problem and two big bodies to add to the roster.

187

S VINNIE SUNSERI

ALABAMA

Depth safety, possible starter long term.

209

ILB PRESTON BROWN

LOUISVILLE

Run stopping ILB to replace Connor in the ILB depth. Freeman, Jones, McNary and Brown will be young, cheap and quality.

218

CB AARON COLVIN

OKLAHOMA

Injured CB who can play man coverage, can't see him slipping this far but took him because he was there.

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I did this thinking Aikens could make the switch to safety
 
59
 
ILB SHAYNE SKOV
STANFORD
90
 
WESTON RICHBURG
COLORADO STATE
154
 
DE TAYLOR HART
OREGON
187
 
CB WALT AIKENS
LIBERTY
209
 
CB NEVIN LAWSON
UTAH STATE
218
 
DT SHAMAR STEPHEN
UCONN
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I did one as a goof using Cleveland's picks *drool*

 

4
 
ILB C.J. MOSLEY
ALABAMA
26 
DT LOUIS NIX III
NOTRE DAME
35 
XAVIER SU’A-FILO
UCLA
71 
CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE
NEBRASKA
83 
WESTON RICHBURG
COLORADO STATE
102 
JIMMIE WARD
NORTHERN ILLINOIS
123 
WR JOSH HUFF
OREGON
133 
DT DANIEL MCCULLERS
TENNESSEE
164 
RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS
OREGON
195
OLB RON POWELL
FLORIDA
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Screw the score, lol.  I think this is a pretty solid draft.

 

 

Your score is: 3150 (Drafting Ability: C, Player Quality B+, Future Draft Picks: N/A)

Your Picks:
Round 3 Pick 16 (NYJ): 
Keith McGill, CB, Utah (B)
Round 3 Pick 21 (G.B.): 
Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State (A)
Round 3 Pick 27 (N.O.): 
Marcus Martin, C, Southern California (A)
Round 4 Pick 15 (NYJ): 
Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin (A)
Round 4 Pick 26 (N.O.): 
Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU (A)
Round 5 Pick 26: 
Max Bullough, ILB, Michigan State (A)
Round 6 Pick 10 (TENN): 
Storm Johnson, RB, UCF (D+)
Round 6 Pick 27: 
Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman (D-)
Round 7 Pick 16: 
Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma (C-)

 

 

 

 

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Your score is: 3539 (Drafting Ability: C+, Player Quality A, Future Draft Picks: N/A) 

Your Picks:
Round 3 Pick 7 (CLE): Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech (A-)
Round 3 Pick 22 (PHI): Kelcy Quarles, DT, South Carolina (A)
Round 4 Pick 6 (CLE): Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss (A)
Round 4 Pick 21 (G.B.): Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (A)
Round 4 Pick 27 (CLE): Bryan Stork, C, Florida State (B+)
Round 4 Pick 28 (CAR): Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida (A)
Round 4 Pick 29 (S.F.): Kenny Ladler, FS, Vanderbilt (B+)
Round 5 Pick 26: Josh Mauro, DE, Stanford (A)
Round 6 Pick 27: Deandre Coleman, DT, California (C+)
Round 6 Pick 28 (CAR): Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt ©
Round 7 Pick 17: Kadeem Edwards, OG, Tennessee State (C+)

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Your score is: 3463 (Drafting Ability: C+, Player Quality A, Future Draft Picks: N/A)

Your Picks:
Round 3 Pick 8 (MINN): Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State (A)
Round 3 Pick 26: Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman (A)
Round 3 Pick 30 (S.F.): DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A)
Round 4 Pick 6 (CLE): Marcus Martin, C, Southern California (A)
Round 4 Pick 26 (N.O.): Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida (A)
Round 4 Pick 27 (CLE): Ahmad Dixon, SS, Baylor (A-)
Round 5 Pick 26: Morgan Breslin, OLB, Southern California (A)
Round 6 Pick 2 (WASH): Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty ©
Round 6 Pick 27: Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama (B-)
Round 7 Pick 16 (DAL): Max Bullough, ILB, Michigan State (D+)
Round 7 Pick 17: Tre Boston, FS, North Carolina (D+)

 

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R2
 
DE CHRIS SMITH
ARKANSAS
R3
 
ILB YAWIN SMALLWOOD
UCONN
R5
 
RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS
OREGON
R6
 
WR MATT HAZEL
COASTAL CAROLINA
R7
 
MARQUESTON HUFF
WYOMING

 

Would be really excited by this draft if we could actually land it. Still would need to address starters at C, CB and competition at G, NT in free agency. 

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My first try at this and I will explain why on each pick this seems to be an ideal draft for out colts

59

ILB CHRISTIAN JONES

FLORIDA STATE

I feel Jones is the best ilb prospect in this draft would be a steal if he feel to us

90

CB KEITH MCGILL

UTAH

If we pass on McGill not once but twice we better hope he dont go to the acc south he has the tools to be a great shut down man press corner

154

S KENNY LADLER

VANDERBILT

Great cover skills def a good value in rd5 and a great rd to pair with Landry to keep him in the box

187

CB AARON COLVIN

OKLAHOMA

I am all for spending a 6rd pick on a day 1/2 talent and this is what Colvin is without the injury

209

C GABE IKARD

OKLAHOMA

Jeff Saturday clone at best and depth on the online at worst not bad for a 7th round pick

218

RB DRI ARCHER

KENT STATE

Speed speed speed and a great vision in the ruturn game he is the mac's version of danthony Thomas abd could really bolster our return game

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