There are fewer than 24 hours until the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft is officially underway. This year presents an interesting twist to the draft as the vast majority of it will be conducted in the homes of those participating, including the NFL Commish himself.
Chris Ballard, Frank Reich and their scouting staff have worked tirelessly for months upon months to get to this point in order to boost the skill of the Indianapolis Colts’ roster. The boom stage of free agency has ended, and the Colts have made a few moves. Now, it’s time for the team to use the draft for their bread and butter additions for the future of the organization.
Today, Matt Danely will discuss some of the pertinent news surrounding the team over the past couple weeks, including how recent additions will affect the team, as well as other additions that were brought in. Sheldon Day, Roosevelt Nix, T.J. Carrie, Xavier Rhodes just as a starting point to discuss the movement of the team.
Does this mean the Colts will focus on offense through this draft? While a healthy dose of their picks could come on that side of the ball, the defense needs some top talent as well.
Danely will go through his top positional needs for the Colts heading into the draft, discussing how he would prioritize them idealy, and he will also touch on the top five talents at those positions determined by the Stampede Blue team within their portions of the 2020 Draft Guide ($4.99). Matt finishes today’s show by running through the top 30 players on the Stampede Blue big board as well.
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