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Round 1: Charles Omenihu, DE, TexasA standout at Texas, Omenihu was one of the bigger names heading into Mobile this year. He tallied 16.5 sacks in his college career and was an impact player as a sub rusher in college. After measuring in at 6’6” 275 pounds in Mobile and putting together a dominant week, Omenihu all but sealed his first round status. For the Colts, he could be the chess piece they desire up front as he can slide in as either a defensive tackle or defensive end. His length and strength would add a ton to the Colts’ pass rush and he could be the difference maker the team desperately needs.Round 2 (From the Jets): Deebo Samuel, WR, South CarolinaSamuel was the clear cut best receiver entering the Senior Bowl and he emerged as a potential first rounder due to a strong week. A very productive player for South Carolina, Samuel caught 148 passes for 2,076 yards and 16 touchdowns in his collegiate career. He then put together a dominant week of practice due to his strong route running and explosive play style. For the Colts, Samuel could be the answer across from TY Hilton and could also slide into the slot in certain packages. He can catch everything and has a knack for getting open. Round 2: Khalen Saunders, DT, Western IllinoisA bit surprising here but Saunders showed a ton in Mobile. The “Aaron Donald of FCS” was incredible in his career, as he tallied 15 sacks as an interior defensive lineman for Western Illinois. He came into the Senior Bowl as a bit of an unknown but was able to dominate the one on ones with his pure strength and athleticism. He even notched a few pressures and a sack in the game on Saturday. For the Colts, Saunders would be a perfect athletic fit in the Colts’ scheme and be a pure gap shooting threat. He would offer a major boost to the pass rush while also being a solid run defender.Round 3: Will Harris, SAF, Boston CollegeAnother big winner of Senior Bowl week was Boston College safety Will Harris. With how the NFL uses their safeties nowadays, it is vital for a prospect to show their versatility to play multiple positions across the defensive backfield. Harris showed exactly that on his tape and in Mobile. Coming from an underrated DBU school in Boston College, Harris put together a solid career tallying 225 tackles, 5 interceptions, 7 pass deflections Youth Marlon Mack Jersey , and 1 sack in four years. For the Colts, he could be the immediate help the need at deep safety to pair with Malik Hooker. This would also open up more room for Clayton Geathers to play more of a box safety/ $backer role on defense. Round 4: Dennis Daley, OT, South CarolinaThe Colts’ offensive line is nearly set but they need to start planning for Anthony Castonzo’s decline. They would be wise to add South Carolina star tackle Dennis Daley. Measuring in at 6’5” 305 pounds, Daley has the athleticism and reach you look for in an NFL starting tackle. He is also a big strong player who uses his length to dominate edge players at the point of attack. He still needs some work in terms of his hand placement and anchor but sitting behind a player like Castonzo could help him learn. Round 4 (Compensatory pick): Dax Raymond, TE, Utah StateAnother tight end? Yup, that’s right, the Colts could be in the market for another tight end this draft. The 6’5” 250 pound Dax Raymond wasn’t the most productive player in college— only caught 72 passes for 873 yards and 3 touchdowns in three seasons— but he fits exactly what Reach and Ballard want in their players. A three down player for Utah State, Raymond did everything asked of him. He excelled as an in-line blocker, an outside blocker, a slot receiver, and as a natural tight end. His athleticism and motor make him a valuable prospect as a “move” tight end in today’s NFL. With Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle set to hit free agency at the end of 2020, Raymond could be a nice athletic tight end to groom behind the starters.Round 5: Jimmy Moreland, CB, James MadisonMoreland came into this draft season as a bit of an afterthought but after a strong Shrine game and Senior Bowl, he is rising up draft boards. His college career started off a bit rocky as he was dismissed from the JMU team for rules violations his freshman year. He proceeded to turn his life around, rejoin JMU, and turn in an impressive 15 interception career. For the Colts, he could be a tenacious 4th corner on a team that desperately needs depth. His speed and athletic ability would also be useful on special teams as he develops behind the starters. I love Moreland’s fit with this already aggressive defense.Round 6: Demarcus Christmas, DL, Florida StateAnother defensive lineman? You bet. With Margus Hunt and Al Woods potentially departing in free agency Marlon Mack Jersey Stitched , the Colts need a lot of youth up front. We already added the athletic Khalen Saunders and now we add another impressive player in Demarcus Christmas. A bit overshadowed at Florida State, Christmas only tallied 11.5 tackles for a loss and 3.5 sacks in his college career. At the Senior Bowl though, he proved that he could be much more. He has great strength and a tireless motor that never runs out. For the Colts, he could step in as a depth run defender with the athletic upside to grow into a more prominent role on the team.Round 7: Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota StateI mentioned earlier that the Colts need more depth at corner and Brown is a great developmental guy. He had 8 career interceptions in the FCS and showed off some impressive movement skills in Mobile. When I watched his tape, I saw a cornerback who could immediately contribute to a team as an off-man or zone corner. He does need to work on his run defense and press ability but I think he’d be a perfect fit as the team’s 4th or 5th corner. Plus, he’s an honor roll student and team captain in college which we know Chris Ballard values highly. Foundation in place, Colts' Frank Reich looks ahead at 2019Indianapolis Colts are in solid position after a resurgent 2018 seasonColts not far from turning 2018 NFL playoff run into 2019 Super Bowl.With an abundance of draft picks and cap space, the Colts have the capital to fill every hole on their roster, and they don't have that many needs.Despite dismal playoff loss to Chiefs, Colts face bright future | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This one’s going to hurt for awhile, certainly for a few weeks. Think of a punch to the gut. It pushes the air out of your lungs, leaves you gasping, seeing stars, wondering what just happened.Kravitz: Colts are a playoff no-show against the Chiefs, but there’s still cause for optimism – The Athletic“We played checkers; they played chess. That's how today went.’’Colts are right. They'll need this loss for the future.Eric Ebron: 'I’m not saying we (wanted) this loss, but you need this loss. It makes (the future) that much sweeter.'Colts’ Fight, Resolve Top Of Mind As Team Begins OffseasonThe Indianapolis Colts started the 2018 season with a 1-5 record, but won 10 of their final 12 games to earn a spot in the postseason and advance to the Divisional Round. Saturday’s playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs stings, but the Colts coaches andThis ‘rewarding’ season was the beginning of the rest of Andrew Luck’s career – The AthleticThe final game didn't go as Luck or the Colts wanted. But this was the season when the Colts checked off the biggest item on their to-do list: Their franchise leader is back.Colts’ Andrew Luck wading into different type of offseason (and that’s good) | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS Youth Ryan Kelly Jersey , Ind. – The uncertainty of the next few weeks and months beats the alternative for Andrew Luck. He’s not heading into an offseason (2016) after missing the final seven games of ‘15 with a lacerated kidney and aware damage had been done to his right shoulder in the third week of...Colts Notebook: Locker Room Clean Out Bring Several Updates On 2019 Colts | 1070 the FanOn Sunday, the Colts cleaned out their lockers and began the start on the 2019 offseason. What was learned from the final player media access until OTAs?Colts' T.Y. Hilton reveals nature of ankle injuryHilton continue to perform despite playing through high and low ankle sprainsColts’ notebook: T.Y. Hilton ‘gave everything I had’ | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The cure for what’s been ailing T.Y. Hilton is something he’d just as soon not be dealing with. That would be rest, and the Indianapolis Colts’ veteran wideout has plenty of that on the heels of Saturday’s 31-13 AFC divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs ...Holder: Colts should do the smart thing and re-sign Adam Vinatieri – The AthleticHas any doubt begun to creep into the mind of general manager Chris Ballard regarding his 46-year-old kicker?Adam Vinatieri can't imagine walking away if Colts want him“If they’re wanting, I can’t imagine (I’d) not keep playing,” Vinatieri said.Adam Vinatieri of Indianapolis Colts misses short field goalColts kicker Adam Vinatieri was 97-for-97 on field goal tries from 23 yards and shorter entering Saturday, per ESPN Stats & Information data.Clayton Geathers: ‘I Want To Be A Colt’Safety Clayton Geathers, who just wrapped up his fourth season with the Indianapolis Colts, is set to become an unrestricted free agent this spring, but says he doesn’t want to be anywhere but in Indianapolis.Jack Doyle Reflects On ‘Crazy’ Injury-Filled 2018 SeasonIndianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle first missed five games in 2018 with a hip injury, and then suffered a serious kidney injury in Week 12 that required surgery and a two-night stay in the hospital. Doyle on Sunday talked to reporters for the first tColts’ notebook: Jack Doyle feeling better; but still taking it slow | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Jack Doyle is eager to put an injury-plagued season behind him. He’s just not certain how quickly that might occur. The Indianapolis Colts’ veteran tight end saw any hopes of building on a Pro Bowl season sabotaged by injuries.Kravitz’s Colts Report Card: Failure to run well or defend the run made for a one-sided game – The AthleticThe only way the Colts were going to win this game was by running it and playing keep-away from Patrick Mahomes, and they fell miserably short.Colts are lousy in 31-13 loss to Chiefs in snowy NFL playoff game.Indianapolis Colts failed at all three phases in a bafflingly bad 31-13 loss Saturday to Kansas City Chiefs in NFL playoffs during Winter Storm Gia.Colts offensive line comes up small in playoff loss to ChiefsIndianapolis gave up three sacks, struggled to establish the run and found itself bullied by Kansas City's defense.Andrew Luck, Colts see inspiring season end with thud versus Chiefs - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNWith their QB back to playing great football and a nucleus of young talent, the Colts look like a team that could contend for years to come.5 Things Learned: Colts Season Ends In Ugly Loss To Chiefs | 1070 the FanIt was an extremely disappointing effort from the Colts with their season ending in a 31-13 loss to the Chiefs on Saturday afternoon. What was learned from the Colts’ Divisional Round loss?Self-Inflicted Wounds Doom Colts In Playoff Loss To ChiefsThe Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 season came to end end on Saturday night after a 31-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Drops, penalties and other mistakes prevented the Colts from ever gaining any real traction againstHits And Misses: Few Individual Performances Overshadowed By Big Playoff Loss To Chiefs | 1070 the FanLet’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts’ season coming to an end on Saturday evening in Kansas City.Colts-Chiefs Drive Of The Game: A Goode Special Teams PlayThe Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Divisional Round Drive of the Game, presented by Hays + Sons, was a defensive stand and subsequent blocked punt by Najee Goode recovered in the end zone by Zach Pascal for a touchdown for the Colts’ first score in their seasonBy The Numbers: Chiefs 31, Colts 13 (Divisional Round)Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Divisional Round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.Snap Counts: Colts-Chiefs, Divisional RoundThe Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs met up for their 2018 Divisional Round matchup on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium. What were the snap counts for the Colts players in the matchup?COLTS MEDIA

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