|1||1||QB||Andrew Luck||6'4 - 235||Stanfor|
No-brainer choice, good that after years of mocking I get one pick finally right.
|2||34||DE||Devon Still||6'5 - 305||Penn State|
With so many 1st round DLmen, I believe, one might find himself out of it. Still is 42nd on Mayock's Top100 and the Colts are looking for DLmen, especially 5 technique. Still could play every position in every front. Even NT, unless maybe it's goal line or short yardage situation.
|3||64||WR||Marvin Jones||6'2 - 200||California|
Just putting in a WR, who is a good route runner, has above average speed and hands. Colts might get a better one, if the run on WRs doesn't start in R2 yet.
|4||97||TE||James Hanna||6'4 - 252||Oklahoma|
While many have him rated lower, if I compare him to TEs with similar skill sets, this is a value pick. Clark was 1st rounder, Moeaki 3rd rounder, Tamme 4th. Hanna is the 5th TE on Mayock's list.
|5||136||CB||Coty Sensabaugh||5'11 - 190||Clemson|
He is an instinctive, smart cover corner, with very good speed. Needs some experience and bulk and has to concentrate better on INTs, to catch them. Doesn't have brick hands though, is a former WR.
|5C||170||CB||Brandon Hardin||6'3 - 220||Oregon State|
Taking a chance on a huge CB, who will likely play S in the NFL, is a ST stud and tackles well. What I look for are the skills to cover TEs. He has 4.40 speed, is smooth transitioning and changing directions considering his size, has ball skills and explosion and the size.
|6C||206||TE||Kevin Koger||6'4 - 255||Michigan|
One TE is not enough, so lets take another one. Koger is a good blocker and has good hands, at least he could replace Eldridge if he continues to get worse.
|7||208||LB||Nathan Stupar||6'2 - 241||Penn State|
Need a LBer, and PS still produces good ones. Stupar is fairly productive, athletic and has OK size with OK coverage abilities. Is a good ST player.
|7||214||CB||Derrius Brooks||5'10 - 192||Western Kentucky|
Former WR with 4.2 speed and is rapidly developing as a CB. Has ball skills and off the chart agility. With Lacey gone and Terrence Johnson being bad, Colts need another medium sized CB among the many tall ones. Also has some KR abilities.
|7C||253||OT||Chandler Burden||6'4 - 315||Kentucky|
Former DE, recently starting LT. Very strong and athletic. Has perfect G skill set, so lets move him there and develop him for 1 year, after which he could push for better positions on the depth chart.
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B (81 votes)
C (96 votes)
Other (29 votes)
235 total votes