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Brief Statistical Rundown of the Colts Unofficial Rookie UDFA Signings So Far

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 03 Georgia at Kentucky Photo by Michael Allio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Stampede Blue has tracked the Indianapolis Colts unofficially reported undrafted rookie free agent signings to date following the 2020 NFL Draft.

It’s important because since 1999, the Colts have had at least one undrafted rookie free agent make their active roster—which the franchise has taken great pride in over the years.

With that being said, here’s a brief statistical breakdown of each of their unofficial undrafted rookie free agent signings so far:


COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 23 Texas A&M at Georgia

Rodrigo Blankenship, Kicker, Georgia

The 6’1”, 191 pound senior kicker converted 27 of 33 field goal attempts (81.8%)—including a long of 50 yards. He was a perfect 46 of 46 in extra point attempts during 2019.

He won the 2019 Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top placekicker, was a consensus First-Team All-American, and was awarded First-Team All-SEC honors for this past season.


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Kameron Cline, Defensive End, South Dakota

The 6’4”, 295 pound senior defensive end recorded 36 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, 4 QB hits, and a forced fumble during 12 starts this past season.


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Kendall Coleman, Defensive End, Syracuse

The 6’3”, 253 pound senior defensive end from local Cathedral High School recorded 48 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, and 6 QB hits during 12 starts this past season.

Coleman was a Two-time All-ECAC selection and was the 2019 Bill Horr Award winner as Syracuse’s team MVP.


COLLEGE FOOTBALL: AUG 31 Louisiana v Mississippi State Photo by John Korduner/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Farrod Green, Tight End, Mississippi State

The 6’4”, 240 pound senior tight end had 21 receptions for 257 receiving yards (12.2 ypc. avg.) and a touchdown reception during 13 starts this past season.


COLLEGE FOOTBALL: JAN 04 Armed Forces Bowl - Southern Miss v Tulane Photo by Bobby McDuffie/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Demichael Harris, Wide Receiver, Southern Miss

The 5’9”, 175 pound senior running back/wideout rushed for 541 rushing yards on 113 attempts (4.79 ypc. avg.) and 5 rushing touchdowns, as well as had 34 receptions for 346 receiving yards (10.2 ypc. avg.) and 3 touchdown receptions during 12 starts in 2019.

He was named Conference USA Honorable Mention and to their All-Academic Team in 2019.


Denver Broncos v Indianapolis Colts Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

Carter O’Donnell, Offensive Lineman, Alberta

The 6’6”, 315 pound offensive lineman played for the University of Alberta Bears, where he was a 2x Canada West All-Star and First-Team All-Canadian (2019)—having made 2nd-Team All-Canadian in 2018.

He participated in this year’s East-West Shrine Game, where he played right tackle.


COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 16 South Alabama at Troy Photo by Bobby McDuffie/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Travis Reed, Cornerback, South Alabama

The 6’2”, 185 pound senior cornerback had 41 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 10 pass breakups, and 3 interceptions during 12 starts this past season.


Georgia Southern v Minnesota Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Donald Rutledge Jr., Safety, Georgia Southern

The 6’1”, 210 pound grad student safety recorded 50 tackles, a tackle for loss, 5 pass breakups, and an interception in 12 starts this past season.


Eastern Washington v Washington Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

Brandon Wellington, Linebacker, Washington

The 6’0”, 226 pound senior linebacker recorded 68 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, and 2 fumble recoveries during 13 starts in 2019.


Oakland Raiders v Indianapolis Colts Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

Chris Williams, Defensive Tackle, Wagner

The 6’2”, 302 pound senior defensive tackle recorded 62 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, and 4.0 sacks during 2019.

He was named All-NEC First-Team in 2019, as a 2x All-NEC selection.