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Ok, draft experts, now that the draft is over, please list any player(s) you would like to see the Colts sign as UDFA. 

 

My short list:

Aaron Casey, LB IU

Willie Drew, CB VA State

Josh Proctor, S OSU

Garrett Greenfield, OG SDSU

Andrew Coker, OT TCU

Curtis Jacobs, LB PSU

Blake Watson, RB Memphis

Dwight McGlothern, CB Arkansas

Javion Cohen, OG Miami 

Nelson Ceaser, EDGE Houston

 

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11 hours ago, IndyColtsFan411 said:

Ok, draft experts, now that the draft is over, please list any player(s) you would like to see the Colts sign as UDFA. 

 

My short list:

Aaron Casey, LB IU

Willie Drew, CB VA State

Josh Proctor, S OSU

Garrett Greenfield, OG SDSU

Andrew Coker, OT TCU

Curtis Jacobs, LB PSU

Blake Watson, RB Memphis

Dwight McGlothern, CB Arkansas

Javion Cohen, OG Miami 

Nelson Ceaser, EDGE Houston

 

 

In the Colts section of the forum, you will find the list of those signed by the Colts. You can click or touch below and you will be re-routed there. 

 

I'm copying and posting from there.

 

UDFA:

QB - Kedon Slovis, BYU

QB - Jason Bean, Kansas

DT - Jeblonski Green, South Carolina State 

K - Spencer Shrader, Notre Dame

WR - Xavier White, Texas Tech 

TE - Trent Pennix, North Carolina State 

OG - Dalton Tucker, Marshall 

DT - Isaiah Coe, Oklahoma

LB - Craig Young, Kansas

 

Tryout:

TE - Malcolm Epps, Pittsburgh

OT - Jake Hornirook, Duke

RB - Justin Strong, Southern Illinois 

 

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