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Three Young Colts Players Named to NFL.com’s ‘2020 All-Under-25 Team’

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   Drafting Braden Smith might be the most underrated move of Ballards tenure so far. Smith came in as a 2nd round rookie who had to change positions and he's been really good.

 

 Nelson is a total beast.

 

I'm looking forward to watching Okereke make a leap forward in year 2.

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And let’s not forget that Darius Leonard NEARLY also made thus list.  He’s 24 today and for a few more mo this.

 

But he turns 25 in late July (7/24).

 

Close, but not quite. 
 

The Colts are getting younger, more talented,  and more athletic.  Everything you want thus team to be. 

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11 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

And let’s not forget that Darius Leonard NEARLY also made thus list.  He’s 24 today and for a few more mo this.

 

But he turns 25 in late July (7/24).

 

Close, but not quite. 
 

The Colts are getting younger, more talented,  and more athletic.  Everything you want thus team to be. 

I totally agree they’ll be fun to watch.

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4 hours ago, KelownaColtsFan said:

Drafting Braden Smith might be the most underrated move of Ballards tenure so far.

I agree, it has definitely been slept on. Starting to get some respect though.

 

Leonard pick is right there with it, but because he gets more pub, I'd agree with Smith.

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3 hours ago, w87r said:

I agree, it has definitely been slept on. Starting to get some respect though.

 

Leonard pick is right there with it, but because he gets more pub, I'd agree with Smith.

Hey Leonard came out of nowhere and blew everyone's expectations out of the water and we've all been raving about him ever since, he's a great player. Smith is quietly becoming an above average RT and very few people are even talking about him. I think he deserves more credit. 

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On 5/28/2020 at 8:27 PM, KelownaColtsFan said:

Hey Leonard came out of nowhere and blew everyone's expectations out of the water and we've all been raving about him ever since, he's a great player. Smith is quietly becoming an above average RT and very few people are even talking about him. I think he deserves more credit. 

 

I think the scouts who watched him in college would beg to differ about him coming out of no-where.  

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2 hours ago, Valpo2004 said:

 

I think the scouts who watched him in college would beg to differ about him coming out of no-where.  

Sure. But a lot of the fans hadn't even heard of him. That's all I'm trying to say. 

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