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Ok, found it, @chad72 approved. I missed it. 
 

draft is back on.

 

Just now, danlhart87 said:

Thanks, my apologies, I missed it

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2 minutes ago, csmopar said:

Ok, news to me. 

 

draft is paused until i sort this out. 

you should be in the message chat as well

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4 hours ago, chad72 said:

New trade to announce:

 

Texans get: 34 and 193

 

Colts get: 40 and 111

@csmopar this was the trade in question I believe

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1 minute ago, WarGhost21 said:

you should be in the message chat as well

Yeah, I found it. Buried in about a dozen messages I got while I was offline, you guys are good, carry on

1 minute ago, coltsfanej said:

@csmopar this was the trade in question I believe

Thanks,

 

FYI: you’re on the clock now 

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4 hours ago, chad72 said:

New trade to announce:

 

Texans get: 34 and 193

 

Colts get: 40 and 111

There was a trade between Texans and Colts when you were in teleconference.

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16 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

@stitches jags up

@stitches is on the clock until 10pm, then it’ll pause, start back up at 8 am. est. same with anyone else who happens to be in the clock when 10 hits

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1 hour ago, WarGhost21 said:

It's the moment everyone has been waiting for! Indianapolis is on the clock, and they are not trading this pick! A player is to be selected!

 

A small, blue and white envelope is passed up through the cheering fans, containing the name of the player to be selected by the Colts, and no, it won't be announced by an ape this time!

 

With the 40th pick in the 2020 Colts Forum Gavin Mock Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select:

 

Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

 

The top prospect remaining on my board, Gladney fills the hole created by the departure of Pierre Desir. An elite cornerback, Gladney is a great fit in the current defensive scheme, where he can use his superb instincts and athleticism, along with great ball skills, to make plays on the ball and force turnovers. A super-aggressive cover-man, Gladney plays much bigger than his measurements and has the potential to be one of the best, if not the best, cornerback from this class.

 

What say you, Colts Nation??? Do you like this pick, or would you rather I have gone in a different direction!! Cheers!

 

If I'm not mistaken, @coltsfanej should be on the clock with the Cleveland Browns! 


Very good pick for our D. Fiesty player. Good job.

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Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 5: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Round 1

1. Cincinnati (2-14) – Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2. Washington (3-13) – Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3. Detroit (3-12-1) – Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4. New York Giants (4-11) – Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5. Miami (5-11) – Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) – Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

7. Denver (7-9) from Carolina (5-11) – Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8. Cleveland (6-10) – from Arizona (5-10-1) from Miami (5-11) – Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9. Jacksonville (6-10) → Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

10. Miami (5-11) from Cleveland (6-10) – Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

11. New York Jets (7-9) – CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

12. Las Vegas (7-9) – Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

13. San Francisco* (13-3) from Indianapolis (7-9) – Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14. Tampa Bay (7-9) – Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

15. Carolina (5-11) from Denver (7-9) – Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

16. Atlanta (7-9) – K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

17. Dallas (8-8) – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

18. Baltimore → from Arizona (5-10-1) → from Miami – from Pittsburgh (8-8) – Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

19. Las Vegas f/CHI- Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
20. Jacksonville f/LAR- CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.
21. Philadelphia- Eagles select A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
22. Minnesota f/BUF- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
23. New England- Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
24. New Orleans- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.
25. Giants f/Minnesota- edge Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State
26. Miami f/HOU- Wide Receiver Denzel Mims, Baylor
27. Seattle- Josh Jones
28. Arizona f/ Baltimore- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma.
29. Tennessee- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
30. Packers select Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
31. 49ers select AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson
32: Chiefs select Neville Gallimore, DT -- Oklahoma 

 

 

Round 2

33 Bengals - Austin Jackson, OT, USC

34 Texans - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

35 Lions - Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

36 Vikings - Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

37 Chargers - Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

38 Panthers - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

39 Dolphins - Grant Delpit, S, LSU

40 Colts - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
41. Cleveland - Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
42. Jacksonville
43. Chicago f/LV
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Carolina f/Denver
47. Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO
57. Houston
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City f/SF
64. Seattle f/KC

 

 

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3 minutes ago, chad72 said:

@csmopar - can you verify my summary above? Thanks

Looks like what I have. I feel confident in it. 

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Alright folks, I’ll post full 7 round update tomorrow morning. Draft is hereby paused. See ya all later, take care everyone 

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Accurate as of 0630 EST 3/26/2020

Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 5: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Round 1

1. Cincinnati (2-14) – Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2. Washington (3-13) – Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3. Detroit (3-12-1) – Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4. New York Giants (4-11) – Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5. Miami (5-11) – Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) – Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

7. Denver (7-9) from Carolina (5-11) – Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8. Cleveland (6-10) – from Arizona (5-10-1) from Miami (5-11) – Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9. Jacksonville (6-10) → Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

10. Miami (5-11) from Cleveland (6-10) – Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

11. New York Jets (7-9) – CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

12. Las Vegas (7-9) – Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

13. San Francisco* (13-3) from Indianapolis (7-9) – Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14. Tampa Bay (7-9) – Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

15. Carolina (5-11) from Denver (7-9) – Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

16. Atlanta (7-9) – K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

17. Dallas (8-8) – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

18. Baltimore → from Arizona (5-10-1) → from Miami – from Pittsburgh (8-8) – Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

19. Las Vegas f/CHI- Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
20. Jacksonville f/LAR- CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.
21. Philadelphia- Eagles select A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
22. Minnesota f/BUF- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
23. New England- Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
24. New Orleans- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.
25. Giants f/Minnesota- edge Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State
26. Miami f/HOU- Wide Receiver Denzel Mims, Baylor
27. Seattle- Josh Jones
28. Arizona f/ Baltimore- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma.
29. Tennessee- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
30. Packers select Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
31. 49ers select AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson
32: Chiefs select Neville Gallimore, DT -- Oklahoma 

 

 

Round 2

33 Bengals - Austin Jackson, OT, USC

34 Texans - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

35 Lions - Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

36 Vikings - Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

37 Chargers - Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

38 Panthers - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

39 Dolphins - Grant Delpit, S, LSU

40 Colts - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
41. Cleveland - Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
42. Jacksonville
43. Chicago f/LV
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Carolina f/Denver
47. Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO
57. Houston
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City f/SF
64. Seattle f/KC

 

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Posted 17 hours ago

Below is the updated list and draft order, accurate as of 1 pm EST on 3/25/2020.  Once round 1 is completed, we will roll right into round 2 on this thread.  All round 1 discussion should be kept on the round 1 thread please and thank you.

 

accurate as of 535 pm est 3/24/20

 

Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

 

Round 1

1.     Cincinnati (2-14) - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2.     Washington (3-13) - Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3.     Detroit (3-12-1) - Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4.     New York Giants (4-11) - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5.     Miami (5-11)  - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

6.     Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

7.     Denver (7-9) from Carolina (5-11) - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8.     Cleveland (6-10) - from Arizona (5-10-1) from Miami (5-11) - Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9.     Jacksonville (6-10) -> Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

10.  Miami (5-11) from Cleveland (6-10) - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

11.  New York Jets (7-9) - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

12.  Las Vegas (7-9) - Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

13.  San Francisco* (13-3) from Indianapolis (7-9) - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14.  Tampa Bay (7-9) - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

15.  Carolina (5-11) from Denver (7-9) - Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

16.  Atlanta (7-9) - K'Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

17.  Dallas (8-8) - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

18.  Baltimore -> from Arizona (5-10-1) -> from Miami - from Pittsburgh (8-8) - Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

19. Las Vegas f/CHI-  Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
20. Jacksonville f/LAR- CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.
21. Philadelphia- Eagles select A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
22. Minnesota f/BUF- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
23. New England- Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
24. New Orleans- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State. 
25. Giants f/Minnesota- edge Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State
26. Miami f/HOU- Wide Receiver Denzel Mims, Baylor
27. Seattle- Josh Jones
28. Arizona f/ Baltimore- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma.
29. Tennessee- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
30. Green Bay- @OffensivelyPC is on the clock until 2pm est 
31. San Francisco- @pacolts56
32. Kansas City- @crazycolt1

 

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Round 2

33. Cincinnati
34. Indianapolis f/WAS
35. Detroit
36. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
37. LA Chargers
38. Carolina
39. Miami
40. Houston f/ARI
41. Cleveland
42. Jacksonville
43. Chicago f/LV
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Carolina f/Denver
47. Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO
57. Houston
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City f/SF
64. Seattle f/KC

 

Round 3

65. Cincinnati
66. Washington
67. Detroit
68. NY Jets f/NYG
69. Carolina
70. Miami
71. LA Chargers
72. Arizona
73. Jacksonville
74. Cleveland
75. Indianapolis
76. Tampa Bay
77. Denver
78. Atlanta
79. NY Jets
80. Las Vegas
81. Las Vegas f/CHI
82. Dallas
83. Denver f/PIT
84. LA Rams
85. Detroit f/PHI
86. Buffalo
87. New England
88. New Orleans
89. Minnesota
90. Houston
91. Las Vegas f/SEA via HOU
92. Baltimore
93. Tennessee
94. Green Bay
95. Denver f/SF
96. Kansas City
97. Cleveland f/HOU*
98. New England*
99. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
100. New England*
101. Seattle*
102. Pittsburgh*
103. Philadelphia*
104. LA Rams*
105. Minnesota*
106. Baltimore*

 

Round 4

107. Cincinnati
108. Washington
109. Detroit
110. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
111. Colts f/Houston f/MIA
112. LA Chargers
113. Carolina
114. Ravens f/Arizona
115. Miami f/cleveland
116. Jacksonville
117. Tampa Bay
118. Denver
119. Atlanta
120. NY Jets
121. Las Vegas
122. Indianapolis
123. Dallas
124. Pittsburgh
125. New England f/CHI
126. LA Rams
127. Philadelphia
128. Buffalo
129. Baltimore f/NE
130. New Orleans
131. Arizona f/HOU
132. Minnesota
133. Seattle
134. Baltimore
135. Pittsburgh f/TEN via MIA
136. Green Bay
137. Jacksonville f/SF via DEN
138. Kansas City
139. Tampa Bay*
140. Jacksonville f/CHI*
141. Miami*
142. Washington*
143. Atlanta f/BAL*
144. Seattle*
145. Philadelphia*
146. Philadelphia*

 

Round 5

147. Cincinnati
148. Carolina f/Washington
149. Detroit
150. NY Giants
151. LA Chargers
152. Carolina
153. Miami
154. Miami f/JAC via PIT
155. Minnesota f/CLE via BUF
156. San Francisco f/DEN
157. Jacksonville f/ATL via BAL
158. NY Jets
159. Las Vegas
160. Indianapolis
161. Tampa Bay
162. Seattle f/PIT
163. Chicago
164. Dallas
165. Jacksonville f/LAR
166. Detroit f/PHI
167. Buffalo
168. Philadelphia f/NE
169. New Orleans
170. Baltimore f/MIN
171. Houston
172. Detroit f/SEA
173. Miami f/BAL via LAR
174. Tennessee
175. Green Bay
176. San Francisco
177. Kansas City
178. Denver*
179. Dallas*

 

Round 6

180. Cincinnati
181. Denver f/WAS
182. Detroit
183. NY Giants
184. Carolina
185. Miami
186. LA Chargers
187. Cleveland f/ARI
188. Buffalo f/CLE
189. Jacksonville
190. Philadelphia f/ATL
191. NY Jets
192. Green Bay f/LV
193. Houston f/Indianapolis
194. Tampa Bay
195. New England f/DEN
196. Chicago
197. Indianapolis f/DAL via MIA
198. Pittsburgh
199. LA Rams
200. Chicago f/PHI
201. Minnesota f/BUF
202. Arizona f/NE
203. New Orleans
204. New England f/HOU
205. Minnesota
206. Jacksonville f/SEA
207. Buffalo f/BAL via NE
208. Green Bay f/TEN
209. Green Bay
210. San Francisco
211. NY Jets f/KC
212. New England*
213. New England*
214. Seattle*

 

Round 7

215. Cincinnati
216. Washington
217. San Francisco f/DET
218. NY Giants
219. Minnesota f/MIA
220. LA Chargers
221. Carolina
222. Arizona
223. Jacksonville
224. Tennessee f/CLE
225. Baltimore f/NYJ
226. Chicago f/LV
227. Miami f/IND
228. Atlanta f/TB via PHI
229. Washington f/DEN
230. New England f/ATL
231. Dallas
232. Pittsburgh
233. Chicago
234. LA Rams
235. New England f/PHI
236. Green Bay f/BUF via CLE
237. Denver f/NE
238. NY Giants f/NO
239. Buffalo f/MIN
240. Houston
241. New England f/SEA
242. Green Bay f/BAL
243. Tennessee
244. Miami f/Cleveland f/GB
245. San Francisco
246. Miami f/KC
247. NY Giants*
248. Houston*
249. Minnesota*
250. Houston*
251. Miami*
252. Denver*
253. Minnesota*
254. Denver*
255. NY Giants*

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@stitches is on the clock starting at 8 am, has 2 hours remaining, HOWEVER, there is a trade in the works, just waiting on confirmation from the other GM.

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4 hours ago, csmopar said:

@chad72 it’s not letting me message you, need you to confirm that deal 

 

Yes, I confirm the deal between the Falcons and the Jaguars

 

Falcons get Pick No.42

 

Jaguars get Pick No.47 and Pick No.119

 

Can I make the pick now?

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

Yes, I confirm the deal between the Falcons and the Jaguars

 

Falcons get Pick No.42

 

Jaguars get Pick No.47 and Pick No.119

 

Can I make the pick now?

Yep go ahead 

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With the 42nd pick, The Atlanta Falcons select:

 

Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

 

Now, Matt Ryan makes up for the loss of Sanu and Hooper in the middle and gets 2 good TEs in Kmet and Hurst to do blocking for Gurley as well as complement Julio and Ridley to get the Falcons humming in the division again, especially with Brees and Brady in the division to keep up with.

 

Had to get ahead of the Bears and Indy that both needed TE help, IMO, hence the trade.

 

@CR91 and The Chicago Bears on the clock

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3 hours ago, csmopar said:

Accurate as of 0630 EST 3/26/2020

Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 5: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Round 1

1. Cincinnati (2-14) – Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2. Washington (3-13) – Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3. Detroit (3-12-1) – Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4. New York Giants (4-11) – Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5. Miami (5-11) – Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) – Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

7. Denver (7-9) from Carolina (5-11) – Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8. Cleveland (6-10) – from Arizona (5-10-1) from Miami (5-11) – Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9. Jacksonville (6-10) → Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

10. Miami (5-11) from Cleveland (6-10) – Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

11. New York Jets (7-9) – CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

12. Las Vegas (7-9) – Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

13. San Francisco* (13-3) from Indianapolis (7-9) – Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14. Tampa Bay (7-9) – Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

15. Carolina (5-11) from Denver (7-9) – Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

16. Atlanta (7-9) – K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

17. Dallas (8-8) – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

18. Baltimore → from Arizona (5-10-1) → from Miami – from Pittsburgh (8-8) – Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

19. Las Vegas f/CHI- Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
20. Jacksonville f/LAR- CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.
21. Philadelphia- Eagles select A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
22. Minnesota f/BUF- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
23. New England- Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
24. New Orleans- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.
25. Giants f/Minnesota- edge Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State
26. Miami f/HOU- Wide Receiver Denzel Mims, Baylor
27. Seattle- Josh Jones
28. Arizona f/ Baltimore- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma.
29. Tennessee- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
30. Packers select Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
31. 49ers select AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson
32: Chiefs select Neville Gallimore, DT -- Oklahoma 

 

 

Round 2

33 Bengals - Austin Jackson, OT, USC

34 Texans - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

35 Lions - Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

36 Vikings - Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

37 Chargers - Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

38 Panthers - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

39 Dolphins - Grant Delpit, S, LSU

40 Colts - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
41. Cleveland - Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
42. Falcons f/ Jacksonville
43. Chicago f/LV
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Carolina f/Denver
47. Jags f/ Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO
57. Houston
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City f/SF
64. Seattle f/KC

 

Round 2

33. Cincinnati
34. Indianapolis f/WAS
35. Detroit
36. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
37. LA Chargers
38. Carolina
39. Miami
40. Houston f/ARI
41. Cleveland
42. Jacksonville
43. Chicago f/LV
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Carolina f/Denver
47. Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO
57. Houston
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City f/SF
64. Seattle f/KC

 

Round 3

65. Cincinnati
66. Washington
67. Detroit
68. NY Jets f/NYG
69. Carolina
70. Miami
71. LA Chargers
72. Arizona
73. Jacksonville
74. Cleveland
75. Indianapolis
76. Tampa Bay
77. Denver
78. Atlanta
79. NY Jets
80. Las Vegas
81. Las Vegas f/CHI
82. Dallas
83. Denver f/PIT
84. LA Rams
85. Detroit f/PHI
86. Buffalo
87. New England
88. New Orleans
89. Minnesota
90. Houston
91. Las Vegas f/SEA via HOU
92. Baltimore
93. Tennessee
94. Green Bay
95. Denver f/SF
96. Kansas City
97. Cleveland f/HOU*
98. New England*
99. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
100. New England*
101. Seattle*
102. Pittsburgh*
103. Philadelphia*
104. LA Rams*
105. Minnesota*
106. Baltimore*

 

Round 4

107. Cincinnati
108. Washington
109. Detroit
110. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
111. Colts f/Houston f/MIA
112. LA Chargers
113. Carolina
114. Ravens f/Arizona
115. Miami f/cleveland
116. Jacksonville
117. Tampa Bay
118. Denver
119. Jags f/Atlanta
120. NY Jets
121. Las Vegas
122. Indianapolis
123. Dallas
124. Pittsburgh
125. New England f/CHI
126. LA Rams
127. Philadelphia
128. Buffalo
129. Baltimore f/NE
130. New Orleans
131. Arizona f/HOU
132. Minnesota
133. Seattle
134. Baltimore
135. Pittsburgh f/TEN via MIA
136. Green Bay
137. Jacksonville f/SF via DEN
138. Kansas City
139. Tampa Bay*
140. Jacksonville f/CHI*
141. Miami*
142. Washington*
143. Atlanta f/BAL*
144. Seattle*
145. Philadelphia*
146. Philadelphia*

 

Round 5

147. Cincinnati
148. Carolina f/Washington
149. Detroit
150. NY Giants
151. LA Chargers
152. Carolina
153. Miami
154. Miami f/JAC via PIT
155. Minnesota f/CLE via BUF
156. San Francisco f/DEN
157. Jacksonville f/ATL via BAL
158. NY Jets
159. Las Vegas
160. Indianapolis
161. Tampa Bay
162. Seattle f/PIT
163. Chicago
164. Dallas
165. Jacksonville f/LAR
166. Detroit f/PHI
167. Buffalo
168. Philadelphia f/NE
169. New Orleans
170. Baltimore f/MIN
171. Houston
172. Detroit f/SEA
173. Miami f/BAL via LAR
174. Tennessee
175. Green Bay
176. San Francisco
177. Kansas City
178. Denver*
179. Dallas*

 

Round 6

180. Cincinnati
181. Denver f/WAS
182. Detroit
183. NY Giants
184. Carolina
185. Miami
186. LA Chargers
187. Cleveland f/ARI
188. Buffalo f/CLE
189. Jacksonville
190. Philadelphia f/ATL
191. NY Jets
192. Green Bay f/LV
193. Houston f/Indianapolis
194. Tampa Bay
195. New England f/DEN
196. Chicago
197. Indianapolis f/DAL via MIA
198. Pittsburgh
199. LA Rams
200. Chicago f/PHI
201. Minnesota f/BUF
202. Arizona f/NE
203. New Orleans
204. New England f/HOU
205. Minnesota
206. Jacksonville f/SEA
207. Buffalo f/BAL via NE
208. Green Bay f/TEN
209. Green Bay
210. San Francisco
211. NY Jets f/KC
212. New England*
213. New England*
214. Seattle*

 

Round 7

215. Cincinnati
216. Washington
217. San Francisco f/DET
218. NY Giants
219. Minnesota f/MIA
220. LA Chargers
221. Carolina
222. Arizona
223. Jacksonville
224. Tennessee f/CLE
225. Baltimore f/NYJ
226. Chicago f/LV
227. Miami f/IND
228. Atlanta f/TB via PHI
229. Washington f/DEN
230. New England f/ATL
231. Dallas
232. Pittsburgh
233. Chicago
234. LA Rams
235. New England f/PHI
236. Green Bay f/BUF via CLE
237. Denver f/NE
238. NY Giants f/NO
239. Buffalo f/MIN
240. Houston
241. New England f/SEA
242. Green Bay f/BAL
243. Tennessee
244. Miami f/Cleveland f/GB
245. San Francisco
246. Miami f/KC
247. NY Giants*
248. Houston*
249. Minnesota*
250. Houston*
251. Miami*
252. Denver*
253. Minnesota*
254. Denver*
255. NY Giants*

 

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I'm so sorry colts fan for doing this.

 

With the 43rd pick of the NFL draft, the Chicago bears select Jalen Raegor WR TCU

 

@WarGhost21 is up

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46 minutes ago, chad72 said:

With the 42nd pick, The Atlanta Falcons select:

 

Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

 

Now, Matt Ryan makes up for the loss of Sanu and Hooper in the middle and gets 2 good TEs in Kmet and Hurst to do blocking for Gurley as well as complement Julio and Ridley to get the Falcons humming in the division again, especially with Brees and Brady in the division to keep up with.

 

Had to get ahead of the Bears and Indy that both needed TE help, IMO, hence the trade.

 

@CR91 and The Chicago Bears on the clock

Good move

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Sorry for missin the pick guys.  I spent the day getting all my computer screens and stuff from work and setting up shop at home to work for the next foreseeable future.  Thanks for the assist.  If Denzel Mims wasn't there, it would have been Justin Jefferson.  Good pick assistant GMs!

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Dang you, @CR91! haha 

 

Colts are looking for offers for pick 44 if anyone is interested. If I don't get any interest, I'll make my pick in an hour or so!

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12 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Dang you, @CR91! haha 

 

Colts are looking for offers for pick 44 if anyone is interested. If I don't get any interest, I'll make my pick in an hour or so!


Real life trading down has its consequences :) 

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14 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Dang you, @CR91! haha 

 

Colts are looking for offers for pick 44 if anyone is interested. If I don't get any interest, I'll make my pick in an hour or so!

Theres still some really really good WR on the board 

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Just now, twfish said:

Theres still some really really good WR on the board 

Exactly, which is why I'm looking to move down and secure more capital if at all possible!:thmup:

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17 minutes ago, twfish said:

Theres still some really really good WR on the board 

 

Yeah, Aiyuk is the highest rated WR close to this draft spot remaining.

 

Plus, more than WRs, RB sweet spot is Round 2 and 3 lately, and rookie RBs can give ROI faster than rookie WRs at this stage, IMO. Swift is still on the board. Mack is still not extended, may not be extended if there are well rounded backs available to compete against him. Free agency has addressed DT and QB for the most part. If we let Jonathan Williams go, this is a natural Mack replacement with a higher ceiling with 3 down potential and catching ability, Swift that is.

 

No.1 RB vs No.6 or No.7 WR on the board, I don't know, BPA makes a compelling case here. :scratch:

 

 

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12 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

Yeah, Aiyuk is the highest rated WR close to this draft spot remaining.

 

Plus, more than WRs, RB sweet spot is Round 2 and 3 lately, and rookie RBs can give ROI faster than rookie WRs at this stage, IMO. Swift is still on the board. Mack is still not extended, may not be extended if there are well rounded backs available to compete against him. Free agency has addressed DT and QB for the most part.

 

No.1 RB vs No.6 or No.7 WR on the board, I don't know, BPA makes a compelling case here. :scratch:

D'andre Swift and Jonathon Taylor are both still available but idk about a RB right now. Laviska Shenault, Pittman JR are still available plus Hunter Bryant. Here is definitely the spot i am taking a skill position. Or he could choose our saving grace in Jake Fromm here hahahahahahahaha 

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14 minutes ago, twfish said:

D'andre Swift and Jonathon Taylor are both still available but idk about a RB right now. Laviska Shenault, Pittman JR are still available plus Hunter Bryant. Here is definitely the spot i am taking a skill position. Or he could choose our saving grace in Jake Fromm here hahahahahahahaha 

 

Last 3 highly drafted RBs from Georgia - Gurley, Chubb, Sony Michel, have all done more than well, IMO. 

 

If Mack cannot be a 3 down back tipping the playbook when Hines comes in, and wants a contract disproportionate to how he is used, I'd rather get an RB on a rookie contract with a higher ceiling, IMO. We cannot wait till Mack leaves to invest in an RB and if we do invest in an RB, we have to look at it from the point of Mack insurance, not Hines insurance or Jonathan Williams insurance, IMO. That is why we invested in Addai to make the Addai-Rhodes 1-2 punch for 3 down backs and it worked out great for us. You won't find many 3 down backs as you go later in the draft.

 

You can however get a good #2 WR in Rounds 3 and 4 as well in this draft. This forum, however, is typically not skill position friendly and users develop favorites and only if those favorites are available, they pull the trigger. However, I think I have made a compelling case based on what is available. :)  This is not the spot for a developmental OL.

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2 minutes ago, twfish said:

D'andre Swift and Jonathon Taylor are both still available but idk about a RB right now. Laviska Shenault, Pittman JR are still available plus Hunter Bryant. Here is definitely the spot i am taking a skill position. Or he could choose our saving grace in Jake Fromm here hahahahahahahaha 

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11 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

@WarGhost21 about to kill us cause we on here acting like we are the Colts gm 

 

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Was just about to say, let the man make his choice haha

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Unable to find a trade partner to make a move down, the Colts are forced to make their pick here. While they were targeting this player later in the round, they decide that they don't want to risk the chance of not getting him at all, and instead decide to select him here. Though considered a reach by many, this player will make an impact immediately at a position of great need for the Colts.

 

With the 44th pick in the 2020 Colts Forum Gavin Mock Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select:

 

Michael Pittman Jr, WR, USC

 

Indy has long needed a taller, dominant possession wideout, and Pittman fits that mold to a T. Having a massive build with sneaky speed for his size, Pittman comes in as our immediate WR2 behind Hilton, and gives Rivers his taller target which he likes so much. However, my favorite thing about this player is something that Reich has preached that he wants to see in his WRs, and that is run blocking. Pittman is an animal in the running game, able to absolutely man-handle cornerbacks and has a nasty demeanor on crack blocks. 

 

What say you, Colts Nation? Yea or Nay on this pick?

 

@Zoltan and the Buccaneers should now be on the clock!

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15 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Unable to find a trade partner to make a move down, the Colts are forced to make their pick here. While they were targeting this player later in the round, they decide that they don't want to risk the chance of not getting him at all, and instead decide to select him here. Though considered a reach by many, this player will make an impact immediately at a position of great need for the Colts.

 

With the 44th pick in the 2020 Colts Forum Gavin Mock Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select:

 

Michael Pittman Jr, WR, USC

 

Indy has long needed a taller, dominant possession wideout, and Pittman fits that mold to a T. Having a massive build with sneaky speed for his size, Pittman comes in as our immediate WR2 behind Hilton, and gives Rivers his taller target which he likes so much. However, my favorite thing about this player is something that Reich has preached that he wants to see in his WRs, and that is run blocking. Pittman is an animal in the running game, able to absolutely man-handle cornerbacks and has a nasty demeanor on crack blocks. 

 

What say you, Colts Nation? Yea or Nay on this pick?

 

@Zoltan and the Buccaneers should now be on the clock!

 

Skill position is the right pick. WR2 with WR1 upside is a good way to go. Can't really argue with the position, though we all have our preferences. 

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21 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Unable to find a trade partner to make a move down, the Colts are forced to make their pick here. While they were targeting this player later in the round, they decide that they don't want to risk the chance of not getting him at all, and instead decide to select him here. Though considered a reach by many, this player will make an impact immediately at a position of great need for the Colts.

 

With the 44th pick in the 2020 Colts Forum Gavin Mock Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select:

 

Michael Pittman Jr, WR, USC

 

Indy has long needed a taller, dominant possession wideout, and Pittman fits that mold to a T. Having a massive build with sneaky speed for his size, Pittman comes in as our immediate WR2 behind Hilton, and gives Rivers his taller target which he likes so much. However, my favorite thing about this player is something that Reich has preached that he wants to see in his WRs, and that is run blocking. Pittman is an animal in the running game, able to absolutely man-handle cornerbacks and has a nasty demeanor on crack blocks. 

 

What say you, Colts Nation? Yea or Nay on this pick?

 

@Zoltan and the Buccaneers should now be on the clock!

Great pick, underrated route runner. It would be tough choosing between him and Schenault.

 

Can't believe you made us wait that long though........... lol

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