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Jordan Wilkins Jersey 2019
<!-- body { font:12px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: #000; background-color: #EEF2FB; margin: 0px; } --> The Stampede Blue writing team has put in a lot of time reviewing game film in an effort to scout players who may fit what the Colts are trying to do and who could draw the attention of Chris..."The Stampede Blue writing team has put in a lot of time reviewing game film in an effort to scout players who may fit what the Colts are trying to do and who could draw the attention of Chris Ballard and his staff. Yes Jordan Wilkins Jersey 2019 , of course, part of that effort has been the Anthony Arena Memorial 2019 NFL Draft Guide, BUY HERE, but with draft day upon us, we wanted to share a single feature from the guide that is new this year.At each position, the assigned evaluator was tasked with choosing scheme fit players who bring the type of skill-set and/or athleticism the Colts appear to target. We have compiled that list for you, along with projected rounds based upon our scouting report grading system, as you head into the NFL Draft.After our scheme fit list, I have included my only seven round Colts-specific mock draft. We hope that you enjoy the evening and keep feel free to stop by tonight for our open thread. COLTS SCHEME FITSQuarterbackDaniel Jones - Duke - 2nd Round Running BackRodney Anderson - Oklahoma - 2nd or 3rd RoundDexter Williams - Notre Dame - 3rd or 4th RoundDevine Ozigbo - Nebraska - 4th RoundBenny Snell - Kentucky - 4th or 5th RoundWide ReceiverHakeem Butler - Iowa State - 1st RoundKelvin Harmon - NC State - 1st RoundA.J. Brown - Ole Miss - 1st or 2nd RoundN’Keal Harry - Arizona State - 2nd RoundDeebo Samuel - South Carolina - 2nd RoundParris Campbell - Ohio State - 2nd RoundMiles Boykin - Notre Dame - 2nd or 3rd RoundJ.J. Arcega-Whiteside - Stanford - 2nd or 3rd RoundRiley Ridley - Georgia - 2nd or 3rd RoundEmanuel Hall - Missori - 2nd or 3rd RoundMarquise Brown - Oklahoma - 2nd or 3rd RoundDaMarkus Lodge - Ole Miss - 4th or 5th RoundMecole Hardman - Georgia - 4th or 5th RoundJakobi Meyers - NC State - 4th or 5th RoundTight EndT.J. Hockenson - Iowa - Top 10 PickNoah Fant - Iowa - 1st RoundJace Sternberger - Texas A&M - 2nd RoundDawson Knox - Ole Miss - 2nd RoundAlize Mack - Notre Dame - 3rd RoundKahale Warring - San Diego State - 3rd RoundDrew Sample - Washington - 4th RoundInterior Offensive LineCody Ford - Oklahoma - 1st RoundChris Lindstrom - Boston College - 2nd RoundBeau Benzschawel - Wisconsin - 3rd RoundErik McCoy - Texas A&M - 3rd RoundConnor McGovern - Penn State - 4th or 5th RoundNate Herbig - Stanford - 4th or 5th RoundMichael Jordan - Ohio State - 4th or 5th RoundB.J. Autry - Jacksonville State - 6th RoundOffensive TackleJonah Williams - Alabama - 1st RoundJawaan Taylor - Florida - 1st RoundDalton Risner - Kansas State - 1st RoundKaleb McGary - Washington - 3rd or 4th RoundDavid Edwards - Wisconsin - 3rd or 4th RoundTytus Howard - Alabama State - 4th through 6th RoundMax Scharping - Northern Illinois - 5th through 7th RoundEdge DefenderBrian Burns - Florida State - 1st RoundMontez Sweat - Mississippi State - 1st RoundClellin Ferrell - Clemson - 1st RoundJaylon Ferguson - Louisiana Tech - 2nd RoundChase Winovich - Michigan - 2nd RoundOshane Ximines - Old Dominion - 2nd RoundL.J. Collier - TCU - 3rd RoundMalik Carney - North Carolina - 3rd RoundInterior Defensive LineQuinnen Williams - Alabama - Top 5 PickEd Oliver - Houston - Top 15 PickChristian Wilkins - Clemson - 1st RoundJeffery Simmons - Mississippi State - 2nd RoundDexter Lawrence - Clemson - 2nd RoundJerry Tillery - Notre Dame - 2nd RoundDre’Mont Jones - Ohio State - 2nd RoundRenell Wren - Arizona State - 2nd or 3rd RoundGerald Willis III - Miami - 3rd RoundDaylon Mack - Texas A&M - 3rd RoundCharles Omenihu - Texas - 3rd or 4th RoundChris Slayton - Syracuse - 4th or 5th RoundJohn Cominsky - Charleson - 4th or 5th RoundKingsley Keke - Texas A&M - 6th or 7th RoundOff-Ball LinebackerDevin Bush Jr. - Michigan - 2nd RoundJoe Giles-Harris - Duke - 3rd RoundDrue Tranqill - Notre Dame - 4th or 5th RoundBobby Okereke - Stanford - 4th or 5th RoundT.J. Edwards - Wisconsin - 5th or 6th RoundCornerbackAmani Oruwariye - Penn State - Top 10 PickGreedy Williams - LSU - Top 15 PickByron Murphy - Washington - 1st RoundDeandre Baker - Georgia - 2nd RoundJustin Layne - Michigan State - 2nd RoundRock Ya-Sin - Temple - 2nd RoundJulian Love - Notre Dame - 2nd RoundSean Bunting - Central Michigan - 2nd or 3rd RoundJamel Dean - Auburn - 3rd RoundIsaiah Johnson - Houston - 3rd or 4th RoundLonnie Johnson - Kentucky - 3rd or 4th RoundHamp Cheevers - Boston College - 4th RoundMontre Hartage - Northwestner - 4th or 5th RoundSafetyChauncey Gardner-Johnson - Florida - 1st RoundNasir Adderley - Delaware - 2nd RoundTaylor Rapp - Washington - 2nd RoundAmani Hooker - Iowa - 2nd or 3rd RoundDarnell Savage - Maryland - 2nd or 3rd RoundJohnathan Abram - Mississippi State - 3rd RoundWill Harris - Boston College - 3rd RoundEvan Worthington - Colorado - 4th RoundMalik Gant - Marshall - 4th or 5th RoundBrett Mock’s Seven Round Colts Mock DraftRound 1 - OL Dalton Risner - Kansas StateRound 2 - DL Dexter Lawrence - ClemsonRound 2 - DL Dre’Mont Jones - Ohio StateRound 3 - WR DaMarkus Lodge - Ole MissRound 4 - RB Rodney Anderson - OklahomaRound 4 - CB Jamel Dean - AuburnRound 5 - LB T.J. Edwards - WisconsinRound 6 - Edge Malik Carney - North CarolinaRound 7 - DL Chris Slayton - Syracuse The Indianapolis Colts haven’t necessarily landed that ‘big name’ free agent yet (unless you’ve always been a big Devin Funchess fan), but it’s possible they still could as former Kansas City..."The Indianapolis Colts haven’t necessarily landed that ‘big name’ free agent yet (unless you’ve always been a big Devin Funchess fan), but it’s possible they still could as former Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Justin Houston remains on the open market. The 1x First-Team All-Pro and 4x Pro Bowler isn’t just a big name White Devin Funchess Jersey , as he still has plenty of game left in the tank finishing last season with 9.0 sacks, as well as 37 tackles, 5 forced fumbles, and an interception in 12 starts for the Chiefs defense. Per Pro Football Focus (subscription), the 9-year veteran earned a +89.8 pass rushing grade, which ranked the 4th best among edge defenders. Of course, Colts general manager Chris Ballard already has a great familiarity with Houston and can certainly vouch for what the veteran can bring to any locker room—having previously served as a Kansas City Chiefs football operations executive.The Colts defense could also use the pass rushing help. Matt Eberflus’ defense finished 19th with 38.0 sacks last season and for all of the impressive speed and mad hornet-like “swarming” often showcased by his defense, it’s still a unit that struggled generating pass pressure at times. In a conference where the Colts are likely going to have to go through either Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes to reach the Super Bowl—maybe both, that can be problematic. At 30 years old, Justin Houston likely isn’t what he once was, having had a whopping 22.0 sacks in 2014 Devin Funchess Jersey 2019 , but he still can be a highly valuable veteran rotational pass rusher for any NFL team. No, he’s not Von Miller these days, but then again, he wouldn’t be available if he was, and the Colts certainly won’t have to pay him like he is. Given his age, it’s only logical that he could be had on a possible 2-3 year deal, which should be right up Chris Ballard’s alley in terms of his preference structuring contracts. The Colts young GM’s ‘sweet spot’ appears to be offering deals that essentially only have 2 years of significant cap ramifications with then easy exits—if needed. On a young pass rushing corps that includes Kemoko Turay, Tyquan Lewis, and very likely an early round rookie(s) come April, it’s possible the battle-tested veteran Houston could show them a thing or two with 78.5 career sacks (and counting). In today’s passing league, a team can never have enough impact pass rushers White Joe Haeg Jersey , and they’re always held at a premium. Houston is very much still that. Yes, he’s 30 years old, but Colts fans shouldn’t be having flashbacks to former veteran pass rusher Trent Cole, who was 33 when Indianapolis signed him and largely a disappointment—having only 5.0 sacks combined in two seasons (2015-16). In comparison, Houston has a few years of youth in his favor and seemingly much more ‘juice’ left than Cole, who appeared to be running on fumes when he ended his career in Indianapolis. Just ask Andrew Luck, as Houston took him down twice in the Colts AFC Divisional Round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs this past January. In fact, Houston’s 9.0 sacks last season would’ve tied the Colts team leader Denico Autry. How’s that for ‘old age’? Let’s skip the formalities folks, signing the veteran sackmaster just seems shrewd for the Colts.

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