Only a few days until the draft, and the Colts picks could go to anybody. The Colts have been very quiet with who they could be targeting, but most likely are trying to trade down with a team to get a 2nd Round pick and more. If the Colts do not trade down, this is what they could be looking at with their picks:
Round 1: Cornellius "Tank" Carradine- DE from Florida State
Colts just attended his workout session along with a dozen other teams to see how he progressed with his injury. From the scouts saw, Carradine ran great with a vengeance to show teams he is ready. He will most likely be there at #24, and the Colts could use a tall edge rusher.
Round 3: Terrance Williams- WR from Baylor
Williams can provide a vertical threat for the Colts that is much needed. When a team needs a big play, Williams fulfills this need. Terrance Williams can be groomed under Reggie and when he retires, the Colts won't miss a beat (hopefully).
Round 4: Le'Veon Bell- RB from Michigan St.
Bell matches the the ideal running back for Hamilton's West Coast Offense standing at 6'1" and 230 lbs. Bell can share snaps with Ballard and later replace Donald Brown's role at running back. Bell's draft stock is unpredictable right now and could be gone by our 4th Round pick, but if not, this is a steal.
Round 6: Brandon McGee- CB from Miami
McGee found is stock rise after his strong workout, but could slip to the Colts with this pick. McGee contests every pass and never gives up on a play. This pick will provide us a much needed depth in our CB position.
Round 7: Jonathan Stewart- ILB from Texas A&M
Stewart was overlooked through his season playing with Moore and Porter last season, but he was the best prospect in his position coming out of high school. Stewart was moved around a lot with different schemes, but showed consistency in his play. Great run stuffer as well.
Round 7: Dustin Hopkins- K from Florida St.
The Colts need another kicker and now is the time to do so. If Hopkins does not get drafted, the Colts wont bet on signing him later. After a couple of seasons of learning, he could be our starting kicker if he shows he can handle pressure when coming down to last second field goals. He has great potential and a very good leg.
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