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Colts 7 Round Mock Draft

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Will include picks up until Pick 26 and Pick 34 to show what the draft board is looking like with our first two picks.  


Round 1 

1. ARI - QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma  

2. SF - DE Nick Bosa Ohio State

3. CIN via NYJ - QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

4. OAK - OLB/DE Josh Allen Kentucky 

5. TB - DT Quinnen Williams Alabama  

6. NYG - DE Montez Sweat Mississippi State 

7. JAC - T Jawaan Taylor Florida

8. ATL via DET - DT Ed Oliver Houston

9. WAS via BUF - QB Drew Lock 

10. DEN - ILB Devin White LSU 

11. NYJ via CIN - OLB/DE Brian Burns Florida State 

12. GB - TE T.J. Hockenson Iowa 

13. MIN via MIA - OL Andre Dillard Washington State 

14. DET via ATL - DE Rashan Gary Michigan 

15. BUF via WAS - WR D.K. Metcalf Ole Miss   

16. CAR - DE Clelin Ferrell Clemson 

17. NYG - G/T Jonah Williams Alabama  

18. MIA via MIN - C/G Garrett Bradbury NC State  

19. BAL via TEN - LB Devin Bush Michigan 

20. PIT - CB Byron Murphy Washington 

21. NE via SEA - TE Noah Fant Iowa  

22. TEN - DT Christian Wilkins Clemson  

23. HOU - T Cody Ford Oklahoma  

24. OAK - RB Josh Jacobs Alabama 

25. PHI - CB DeAndre Baker Georgia 


26. IND - DT Jeffrey Simmons Mississippi State 

Tillery might very well be the pick here, but Simmons is top 10 talent when healthy and is great value towards the end of the first round.  As long as the ACL injury checks out with the medical staff and there are no evident setbacks, he would be a great snag at 26.    


27. OAK - CB Greedy Williams 

28. LAC - DL Jerry Tillery Notre Dame 

29. KC – S Jonathan Abram Mississippi State  

30. GB – WR Marquise Brown Oklahoma

31. NYG via LAR - QB Daniel Jones Duke 

32. SEA via NE - S Nasir Adderley Delaware 


Round 2

33. ARI - WR AJ Brown Ole Miss 


34. IND - S Darnell Savage Jr. Maryland 

Great ball skills and coverage IQ combined with great burst and acceleration in tackle pursuit.  Would be a great fit in the secondary paired with Hooker.  I think he has the potential to be the best safety prospect in this draft.    


Round 2 Pick 59: WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Stanford 

Big WR that can be another red zone threat for Luck.  Strong hands and can box out the DB for the ball. Funchess and Whiteside on the outside with Hilton in the slot would be fun for Luck.    


Round 3 Pick 89: DT Renell Wren Arizona State 

With Simmons out for the year, Wren provides immediate help in the DL rotation.  Wren and Simmons can develop into the future duo at DT and will provide great rotational DL depth.  


Round 4 Pick 129: DE Anthony Nelson Iowa

Outstanding length at 6'7" and has great quickness to get around the edge.  Good athlete that can learn to be a valuable 4-3 DE.  Ballard preaches to have the DL two lines deep, adding Nelson, Wren, and Simmons gives us a deep DL for the future with Turay, Lewis, Ward, and Stewart. 


Round 4 Pick 134: T Chuma Edoga USC

A great athlete for an OL and has promising traits to develop into a solid T.  Great run blocker but needs pass blocking traits developed.  He can be used in 6 OL packages for run formations and can take over for Castonzo when he develops better pass protection.    


Round 5 Pick 164 - TE Foster Moreau LSU

A great run blocker that can develop into the Jack Doyle role. Ebron and Doyle are on the last year of their contracts.  I think Ebron will be brought back as he loves playing here with Luck, but they might move on from Doyle due to age and injuries.  Reich also loves his TEs so he will still find a role in this offense as a TE3.    


Round 6 Pick 199 - Benn Burr-Kirven Washington  

Small size but has great instincts and football IQ.  Had 94 solo tackles and led the nation with 176 tackles.  At the very least he can be a solid special teamer and depth LB.   


Round 7 Pick 240 - CB Isaiah Wharton Rutgers

I do not think CB is a major need in this draft for the Colts but grabbing one on Day 3 is a good idea for depth.  Can be a solid CB4 or CB5 and would prevent us from seeing Milton trying to cover.  Milton should be strictly special teams.  

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Not bad, I like a lot of the picks. But if Greedy Williams is available at 26, I’d have to give real consideration to picking him. I think he can be special. Then Tillery might slide to #34. Otherwise, nice mock. 

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