Thanks Dr. T. This is always fun.
I also, always find it funny, how many people do their mock drafts on this forum, post definitely who they thinks the Colts will take, etc. but then stay a million miles away from the draft contest.

Welcome once again to Dr. T's annual Colts Draft Contest for 2020! Since there are only seven choices this year, we have decided that contestants will have three picks for all rounds (A, B, and C) rather than just the first three rounds like last year. As a result, correctly choosing choice A in the correct round merits 6 points, while correctly choosing choice B or C instead will merit 5 and 4 points, respectively. If one of your “A” selections is chosen in a different round than you predicted, you get 3 points each, while if one of your “B” selections is chosen in a different round than you predicted, you get 2 point each. If one of your “C” selections is chosen in a different round than you predicted, you get 1 point each. If AND ONLY IF there is no clear winner at the end of the draft, the contest will be extended for ALL participants and any selection you predicted in one of the earlier rounds that is instead picked by the Colts after the draft as a collegiate free agent will count for one point each.
Make your choices in this thread by listing the round, choice A, B or C, for each round, with the name of the player, position and school. You may also write with each choice a little blurb explaining why you chose that person.
Your 21 selections for new Colts this year are as follows:
Round 2a - #34 A, B, C
Round 2b - #44 A, B, C
Round 3 - #75 A, B, C
Round 4 - #122 A, B, C
Round 5 - #160 A, B, C
Round 6a - #193 A, B, C
Round6b - #197 A, B, C
Please be a good sport and do not just copy other contestant's selections. You can easily do some research on your own, since plenty of free draft services are available on the web. Also, you can make changes to your selections before the contest is closed on Thursday April 23, 2020 at 7 PM CST, on the first day of the draft, but, if there is a trade before the draft and one or more of the picks change, we will start over. Good luck and let the best GM win!

What would be interesting would be if the 2020 college football season is cancelled and the NCAA decides to give seniors an extra year of eligibility. That would make the 2021 draft a stacked draft.