The Indianapolis Colts have boosted their roster after hauling in 10 picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Chris Ballard looks to have made the most out of an interesting set of prospects, and has focused on getting the team real depth and is working towards evening each side of the ball.
Today Stephen Holder, of The Athletic, is back with another show to discuss why there’s even more reason for optimism with the team heading into the 2019 season after this haul. Here’s a brief rundown of today’s topics.
- Who are the best and worst from the Colts 2019 class?
- Parris Campbell is an interesting and valuable addition
- Campbell becomes another chess piece in Frank Reich’s system
- 2019 personnel groupings should be very intriguing
- Chris Ballard and Frank Reich are in lock-step
- Marvell Tell may be the most interesting pick
- Initial transition could take some time for Tell
- Why Tell’s transition isn’t the same as T.J. Green’s
- Could Bobby Okereke’s ceiling be the highest of all the Colts’ picks?
- Colts’ LB corps could be outstanding in 2019
- Could Okereke supplant Anthony Walker at the MIKE?
- Competition at WR may be intense in camp
- Deon Cain coming back the same as in camp after ACL isn’t a given
- Colts lost some of their bulk trading away Hassan Ridgeway, but for a reason
- Ballard’s affinity for team captains
- Ballard’s ability to collect picks for following year’s draft
- Comp picks have become a vital part of the Colts’ team building strategy
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