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You took a RG at #15, in the worst Oline class for a decade, even though the team is lousy with young Olinemen and need at least 3 new defensive starters for next season?

 

Reddick all the way at #15 in that situation. I'd take him, Takk, Taco, Charles Harris, Jarrad Davis and Gareon Conley before I even looked at Lamp tbh.

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I think you take Lamp if you make a trade to move back a few spots in order to pick up an additional pick. I love Lamp, but only if we trade back a little..

 

But we still need to protect Luck. Lamp would be the smart choice. Seems like a safe pick.

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You forgot Allen...unless you are going on the premise that this injury has him slide to the 2nd round (stranger things have happened). 

 

Also, I think McCaffrey will be a 1st round pick.

 

And I think you are too low on Corey Davis. There's a good chance he goes before Williams.

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3 hours ago, colts52761 said:

Don't feel like we have enough draft picks right now to draft a RB.

We have 7 picks as of now

Ballard has been open about trading back which would lead to more.

Don't understand where or why we don't have enough picks to draft one of our BIGGEST needs.

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13 hours ago, UKColt13 said:

You took a RG at #15, in the worst Oline class for a decade, even though the team is lousy with young Olinemen and need at least 3 new defensive starters for next season?

 

Again.. An individual's value is not determined by the class as a whole.  If this class had Joe Thomas and Trent Williams available, Lamp would still be rated where he is.

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