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Official Colts Forum 2016 Mock Draft - Selection Thread (Make your picks here)

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Well in the last 3 drafts, we have selected Jarvis Jones, Ryan Shazier, and Bud Dupree.

So I think we are OK on LB's, a staple of our past teams.

Offensive line stocked with 1st rounders.

 

Problem is we cannot stop anyone from throwing. 29th in Pass defense giving up 272 yds. a game. Cortez Allen was terrible, and may be hurt. So I think you can see where I am going.

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Updated draft order:

 

1. 01. Tennessee -- Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

1. 02. Cleveland -- Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

1. 03. San Diego -- Myles Jack, UCLA

1. 04. Dallas -- Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

1. 05. Jacksonville Tampa bay (trade) -- Joey Bosa, Ohio State

1. 06. Baltimore Los Angeles (trade) -- Carson Wentz, North Dakota State

1. 07. San Francisco -- Jared Goff, California

1. 08. Philadelphia from Miami -- Jack Conklin, Michigan State

1. 09. Tampa Bay Jacksonville (trade) -- Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

1. 10. New York Giants -- Reggie Ragland, Alabama

1. 11. Chicago -- DeForest Buckner, Oregon

1. 12. New Orleans -- Shaq Lawson, Clemson

1. 13. Miami from Philadelphia (trade) Detroit -- Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

1. 14. Oakland (trade) San Diego -- A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

1. 15. Los Angeles Baltimore -- Darron Lee, Ohio State

1. 16. Detroit Miami (trade) Houston -- Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

1. 17. Atlanta -- Leonard Floyd, Georgia

1. 18. Indianapolis -- Keanu Neal, Florida

1. 19. Buffalo -- Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky

1. 20. New York Jets (trade) Minnesota -- Sheldon Rankins, Louisville

1. 21. Washington -- Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

1. 22. Houston (trade, see #16) Miami -- Jarran Reed, Alabama

1. 23. Minnesota (trade, see #20) New York Jets -- Taylor Decker, Ohio State

1. 24. Cincinnati -- Andrew Billings, Baylor

1. 25. Pittsburgh -- William Jackson III, Houston

1. 26. Seattle

1. 27. Green Bay

1. 28. Kansas City

1. 29. Arizona

1. 30. Carolina (trade) Tampa Bay -- 

1. 31. Denver

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1 OT  LAREMY TUNSIL - OLE MISS

2 CB  JALEN RAMSEY - FSU

3 OLB  MYLES JACK - UCLA

4 QB  JARED GOFF - CALIFORNIA

5 DE  JOEY BOSA - OHIO STATE

6 DE  DEFOREST BUCKNER - OREGON

7 RB  EZEKIEL ELLIOTT - OHIO STATE

8 CB  VERNON HARGREAVES III - FLORIDA

9 QB  CARSON WENTZ - NORTH DAKOTA STATE

10 OT  RONNIE STANLEY - NOTRE DAME

11 ILB  DARRON LEE - OHIO STATE

12 WR  LAQUON TREADWELL - OLE MISS

13 DE  NOAH SPENCE - EASTERN KENTUCKY

14 DT  SHELDON RANKINS - LOUISVILLE

15 DE  SHAQ LAWSON - CLEMSON

16 CB  MACKENSIE ALEXANDER - CLEMSON

17 DT  A'SHAWN ROBINSON - ALABAMA

18 OT  TAYLOR DECKER - OHIO STATE

19 DT  ANDREW BILLINGS - BAYLOR

20 OLB  LEONARD FLOYD - GEORGIA

21 OT  JACK CONKLIN - MICHIGAN STATE

22 DT  JARRAN REED - ALABAMA

23 ILB  REGGIE RAGLAND - ALABAMA

24 DE  EMMANUEL OGBAH - OKLAHOMA STATE

25 WR  COREY COLEMAN - BAYLOR

26 DE  KEVIN DODD - CLEMSON

27 WR  MICHAEL THOMAS - OHIO STATE

28 CB  WILLIAM JACKSON III - HOUSTON

29 CB  ELI APPLE - OHIO STATE

30 OT  GERMAIN IFEDI - TEXAS A&M

31 S  KEANU NEAL - FLORIDA

32 QB  PAXTON LYNCH - MEMPHIS

33 G  CODY WHITEHAIR - KANSAS STATE

34 WR  JOSH DOCTSON - TCU

35 S  KARL JOSEPH - WEST VIRGINIA

36 RB  KENNETH DIXON - LOUISIANA TECH

37 QB  CONNOR COOK - MICHIGAN STATE

38 OLB  JAYLON SMITH - NOTRE DAME

39 DT  VERNON BUTLER - LOUISIANA TECH

40 DT  JONATHAN BULLARD - FLORIDA

41 WR  WILL FULLER - NOTRE DAME

42 OLB  SU'A CRAVENS - USC

43 WR  STERLING SHEPARD - OKLAHOMA

44 DT  KENNY CLARK - UCLA

45 WR  TYLER BOYD - PITT

46 TE  HUNTER HENRY - ARKANSAS

47 S  DARIAN THOMPSON - BOISE STATE

48 DT  CHRIS JONES - MISS. STATE

49 C  RYAN KELLY - ALABAMA

50 RB  DERRICK HENRY - ALABAMA

51 OT  JASON SPRIGGS - INDIANA

52 S  TJ GREEN - CLEMSON

53 CB  XAVIEN HOWARD - BAYLOR

54 DT  MALIEK COLLINS - NEBRASKA

55 CB  HARLAN MILLER - SE LOUISIANA

56 DT  ROBERT NKEMDICHE - OLE MISS

57 CB  KENDALL FULLER - VIRGINIA TECH

58 G  CHRISTIAN WESTERMAN - ARIZONA STATE

59 DE  KAMALEI CORREA - BOISE STATE

60 WR  BRAXTON MILLER - OHIO STATE

61 DT  AUSTIN JOHNSON - PENN STATE

62 WR  CHARONE PEAKE - CLEMSON

63 DT  JIHAD WARD - ILLINOIS

64 G  JOSHUA GARNETT - STANFORD

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3 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

Thought I was taking over?

 

Alexander Haig syndrome.

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sorry was out and away from computer for the last few days...

 

Glad someone took over for me  Thanks....  Looks like I have no time with work schedule to keep up now anyway.

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My bad I fell asleep Lel

 

I'll make the pick as soon as it re-opens.

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47 minutes ago, Dustin said:

My bad I fell asleep Lel

 

I'll make the pick as soon as it re-opens.

 

You don't have to wait until 8am. 

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The Rams trade has ruined some of this mock. Not for the Rams because they got Goff anyways but the Titans have a boatload of picks.

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Kansas City Chiefs, with the 28th pick, select Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State

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27 minutes ago, MTC said:

Kansas City Chiefs, with the 28th pick, select Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State

Who's next

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On 4/14/2016 at 8:56 PM, OffensivelyPC said:

the bolded is why i am surprised you picked reed (or perhaps passed on billings for reed). I thought reed was slower than molasses. His strength to me is being immovable, not getting around the block or winning with agility.  At least with billings, he has good strength, and decent agility, but moves well enough to have pass rush upside. I guess i dont get why you think reed moves better. My 2 cents.

 

I very much disagree. Reed has quickness, burst and range for a big guy. Prime example is him chasing down Watson in the championship, taking the perfect angle to keep him out of the end zone. Yeah, he's lumbering, but he got up and ran, and actually made a great play. He made a similar play on Carson Wentz in the Senior Bowl. He shoots gaps, he can come across the face of a blocker... 

 

His teammate, Robinson, has meh movement, but is a little more stout. Billings is more stout than both, and moves about as well as Robinson. But I think Reed will be more disruptive than both of them. He's like a better Jordan Phillips (who coincidentally is also in Miami). 

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