The Indianapolis Colts selected Wagner edge Titus Leo in the sixth round with the 211th pick of the 2023 NFL Draft:
Let’s work, @LeoTitus10. #ForTheShoe pic.twitter.com/aU0cgGDXS5— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) April 29, 2023
The 6’3”, 245 pound edge (with 34 1/8” arms) recorded 65 tackles (39 solo), 14.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and a blocked kick—earning NEC Defensive Player of the Year honors for a consecutive season in 2022.
He ran a 4.69 forty time at his Pro Day and has a RAS of 8.48 out of a maximum of 10.0.
Leo looks like a very athletic, developmental edge, who has shown flashes as a speed rusher and possesses a high motor—who should contribute immediately on special teams.
He should also see snaps situationally next season as a rotational pass rusher and for depth:
.@Colts fans, Titus Leo is an athletic, upside speed rusher with real athletic traits.— Eric Galko (@EricGalko) April 29, 2023
Former @BruceFeldmanCFB's Freaks List member, his first step quickness and speed rush ability showed up on film and during #ShrineBowl week
Still developing, upside edge player for the #Colts https://t.co/WVJREBso48 pic.twitter.com/AETJTywSXQ
#Colts select Wagner EDGE Titus Leo at No. 211.@dpbrugler: “Leo is an NFL-caliber athlete with a red-hot motor, but he needs to develop his skill for a more efficient attack plan. He is a work in progress as a pass rusher with special-teams value.”— James Boyd (@RomeovilleKid) April 29, 2023
Colts keep taking athletic prospects with high upside, they go pass rusher Titus Leo this time. Long arms, explosive get off, and a great motor. Had bright moments at the East-West Shrine Bowl: pic.twitter.com/xXiNpnnqLE— Bobby Football (@Rob__Paul) April 29, 2023