Indianapolis Colts 7 round mock draft from the mamba

I'm supposed to be studying for finals, so, naturally, I get bored and decide to write up a mock draft on SB from my phone.

Now, I've watched some tape but I'm not a crazy draft expert. Nonetheless, I feel like I've assembled enough information to put together a decent mock draft.

anyways, enough chit chat, let's get right to it:

Round 2: Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida St.

I actually recently said I would give Deone Bucannon the slight edge in a thread, but changed my mind here. Brooks has nice instincts in coverage and though, his tackling is somewhat concerning, I am hoping he can improve with coaching. Besides, the Colts are desperate for a safety that possesses good coverage skills.

Other options I like: S Deone Bucannon, OLB Marcus Smith

Round 3: DaQuan Jones, NT, Penn St.

This was a toughie for me. I really want to improve our front 7 even further, as I strongly believe that it is the key to success in the NFL on the defensive side of the ball. And, even though I like a few corner prospects here, I decided to go that route by taking Jones. I've heard great things about him and having a good nose tackle is key to a 3-4 defense.

other options: CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB Jaylen Watkins

Round 5: Bryan Stork, C, Florida St.

Simply put, the Colts could use some help at the offensive line position. Stork anchored a national championship winning offensive line and hopefully he can continue that winning trend in Indianapolis.

other options: CB Walt Aikens

Round 6: Michael Sam, DE/OLB, Missouri

Adding a pass rusher in the draft is a must, and Sam seems to be good value here. He was the SEC defensive player of the year and a consensus All-American, which all sounds dandy to me. I wouldn't mind Morgan Breslin here either.

other options: OLB Morgan Breslin, OG Zach Fulton

Round 7: Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU

Hands, hands, hands. I love a receiver with great hands and that's what Hoffman has. Unfortunately I love route running as well and I was not very impressed by that aspect of his game. Regardless, he's a 7th rounder so he's gonna have his flaws, and if he's gonna become a good route runner there's no one better to learn from than the master himself, Reggie Wayne.

other options: C Andrew Miller, CB Aaron Colvin

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Stampede Blue's writers or editors.

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