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Just heard he was a little underrated, McShay said he was the 33rd best player in this draft.  On paper Colts are getting good value at a positions of need.  They are putting a lot of pressure on Sheard to get to the QB though.  Still have picks left though.

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Very good pick. Addressing a major need, and should be able to start day 1 opposite Davis. He's been compared to Marcus Peters by PFF, and having Hooker roaming the secondary will allow Wilson to gamble more on the ball knowing Hooker is back there.

 

Secondary for the Colts could be VERY good!

 

https://www.profootballfocus.com/draft-pff-scouting-report-quincy-wilson-cb-florida/

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7 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

Just heard he was a little underrated, McShay said he was the 33rd best player in this draft.  On paper Colts are getting good value at a positions of need.  They are putting a lot of pressure on Sheard to get to the QB though.  Still have picks left though.

 

There should still be good players at DE/OLB that can rotate in with Sheard and Simon in round 3. I really like and hope that Derek Rivers or Tarrell Basham is still available (knock on wood).

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