We continue to take a look ahead at the 2019 NFL Draft class as the Indianapolis Colts await Chris Ballard’s third pull as the team’s GM. Last we looked through the safety class, and today we’ll take a look at the other pieces of the secondary as the Colts need to boost their cornerback corps.
Zach Hicks comes back to the show to give us the low down on this year’s group which could be a key position to watch in late April.
There’s a diverse group of corners in this class with a very interesting mix of size, speed, and skillsets to sift through. The Colts have an interesting situation heading into the draft with Pierre Desir requiring a decision from the organization. Either way, the Colts will have to look at the position in order to continue their move towards getting younger and more effective in the second year of their new defensive scheme.
Depending on what the Colts decide to do through free agency may very well play into how they approach the position in the draft, and whether they take a project or decide to look for the top-end players at the position.
Zach tells us what we need to know about such prospects as Greedy Williams, Byron Murphy, DeAndre Baker and some of the others atop the position, as well as the overrated and underappreciated from this class.
Who’s the best zone corner? Who is Zach’s top corner at this point? We discuss that and much more on today’s show.
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