2019 NFL Draft Indianapolis Colts have options all over the field for an impact player

Hilton missed in 2018. They signed Devin Funchess to help to the receiving corps but fundraising has never accomplished anything in the NFL and he won’t preclude Indianapolis from adding a talented wideout draScott Horner Indianapolis Star published 5:01 PM Eastern Daylight Saving Time April 16th, 2019. We’re closing in on the NFL draft and the Indianapolis Colts are in a favorable position.

The Colts hold 9 picks including No 26 in the first round and no 34 in the second round. Here’s a look at who they might pick in the first round with heavy emphasis on the receiver and defensive line. With some safety consideration.

Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com Jonathan Abrams safety Mississippi State Selfishly I would just love to see him play opposite Malik Coker in Indy.

Abraham could play in the box and allow hooker to make plays over the top. Danny Kelly of the ringer D.K.

Metcalf wide receiver Mississippi as the size hands and top tier athleticism is one could say in good shape to become on guard all downfield. Walter football Metcalf the Colts dropped 19 passes in the three games T.Y.ft season.

They marked Devin Funchess to help the getting corps yet raise money has never achieved anything in the NFL and he won’t block Indianapolis from including a skilled wideout draft hackDeonte Thompson as Alabama. Somewhat of a hazard remunerate bet at wellbeing
High ceiling best in single-high coverage but solid against TEs and RB’s win coming down to the line of scrimmage or slot.

We’ll need some polish on a couple of aspects of his game angles for tackles and general footwork that is probably fixed over time.

More: unique prototype means Colts have plenty of options at defensive tackle more: defensive end remains a position of the great need for Colts Ben standing of NBC Sports: Marquis Brown, WR, Oklahoma let’s give Andrew Luck more perimeter help to pair with T.Y

Hilton. Sure they signed Devin Funchess, but that’s just a 1-year deal.

The call here is Brown an electrifying speed threat who did not run at the combine after suffering a lisfranc injury R.J.
White of CBS Watch Sports Christian vilkins, edge rusher, Clemson Wilkins is considered by many to be a top-15 player, but positional need and scheme fit could push him down to the Colts had no.

26 where he’d be a steal. Sporting News: Dexter Lawrence, defensive tackle, Clemson the Colts can think about Best Player Available here to add beef to their defensive front under Matt Eberflus.

Lawrence is a course reading inside run stuffer with perfect size (6-4, 342 ) pounds… Nate Davis of USA Today sees a trade, with the Colts picking 29th and taking Abram a heat-seeking enforcer, he’d meld beautifully.

with center fielder Malik hooker on Indy’s back line Dan karter of SB Nation Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame. It’s clear that the Colts need a real 3-technique defensive tackle on their line

Denico Autry (American football defensive end) is a solid player, but the Colts don’t have much more up to the middle of the defense.

Tillery is the player who can fill that role. Lance cartel of two hundred forty-seven sports Byron Murphy, cornerback Washington, one of the surprise teams of 2018. The Indianapolis Colts have a few holes to fill on the defensive side.

Murphy might not have ideal size but he’s a ball-hawking corner who fits the Colts defense.

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