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We've had some time for the combine to be analyzed so let's check the mocks

Draft-Tek: WR Kenny Britt, DT Fili Moala, RB Andre Brown

I really like that draft. Britt is bigger than your average Colts WR, but he fits their profile as a good route runner, good hands, willing blocker, has speed but not a burner (4.52 40). Moala is a talented player who wasn't always shown the on-the-field effort. That's not someone I want as a 1st round pick, but in the late 2nd at a position of need the potential reward could definately be worth the risk. Andre Brown is a versatile back, who can contribute catching the ball and blocking, he wasn't explosive in college but his 40 time shows a very good size-speed combo (4.49 at 228lbs, highest speed score of the combine), he wasn't a big producer in college due to split time and injury, but has shown great talents. He remind you of anyone?

 

Walterfootball: WR Hakeem Nicks, DT Sen'Derrick Marks, QB Nate Davis

Much less of a fan of this draft. I like Nicks fine, but in their mock they committed the cardinal sin of passing on Jerry. Marks is fine for a 2nd rounder if Jerry doesn't fall. Davis is a waste with more likely/immediate needs to be filled with guys that go before Indy's next pick. Mitch King, Andre Brown, Shonn Greene, Mike Hamlin or Emanuel Cook (for monsterbox's 4-2-5), LB Dannell Ellerbe and a number of CBs would all be a bigger help to Indy than Davis.

The rest (13 latest of HailRedskins database).

DT Peria Jerry x4

RB Chris Wells

RB Knowshon Moreno

WR Hakeem Nicks

WR Darrius Heyward-Bey

WR Brian Robiskie

DT Ron Brace

CB Mike Mickens

OC Max Unger

DE Micheal Johnson