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Draft day is upon us. Speculations and rumors have been running wild, but you never know what Chris Ballard will end up doing in the war room. The Colts are so close to Super Bowl contention, and there is a strong possibility that this Draft could be the one to put them over that hump. Ballard and his scouts know what direction the Colts need to go and what positions still need to be filled. The only problem is that the NFL Draft, like Ballard, is also very unpredictable. You may be getting ready to fill out your card to snag your guy only to hear Roger Goodell announce from the TV that another team just took him the pick before you. This leaves you scrambling to find a new guy while also trying to remain cool and not pick the wrong one. Luckily they keep big boards in the war room, so they always know where they want to go next. And I’ve done something similar.

I’ve compiled a big board of the top 100 players the Colts should look at for the Draft and sorted them by position to make it much easier to comprehend. I’ve also gone ahead and included where I believe these players will be projected to go: this will give you a better idea of when to watch for them to be drafted by the Colts or by another team. I have left out the top ten or so players in the Draft, as there is a low chance the Colts will obtain those prospects.

Sorted by position, the top positions that could potentially use a new starter:

ER = Early Round
MR = Mid-Round
LR = Late Round
UD = Undrafted


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1 Terrace Marshall Jr. LSU LR1-ER2
2 Kadarius Toney Florida LR1-ER2
3 Rashod Bateman Minnesota LR1-ER2
4 Amon-Ra St. Brown USC MR2-ER3
5 Tylan Wallace Oklahoma State MR2-MR3
6 Rondale Moore Purdue ER2-LR2
7 Elijah Moore Ole Miss LR1-LR2
8 Nico Collins Michigan MR2-MR3
9 Sage Surratt Wake Forest LR4-LR5
10 Frank Darby Arizona State MR3-LR4
11 Dyami Brown North Carolina MR3-MR4
12 Seth Williams Auburn LR3-LR4
13 Amari Rodgers Clemson LR2-LR3
14 Tutu Atwell Louisville LR2-LR3
15 Cade Johnson South Dakota St. ER4-LR5
16 Anthony Schwartz Auburn MR4-LR5
17 Austin Watkins UAB MR5-LR6
18 Josh Imatorbhebhe Illinois LR4-LR5
19 Jaelon Darden North Texas ER5-MR6
20 Trevon Grimes Florida MR6-UD


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1 Brevin Jordan Miami MR2-ER3
2 Pat Freiermuth Penn State ER2-ER3
3 Hunter Long Boston College ER3-MR4
4 Jacob Harris UCF MR4-LR5
5 Tommy Tremble Notre Dame ER3-MR4
6 Nick Eubanks Michigan ER5-LR6
7 Kenny Yeboah Ole Miss MR4-LR5
8 Tre’ McKitty Georgia ER5-MR6
9 John Bates Boise State LR5-LR6
10 Pro Wells TCU MR5-LR6


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1 Christian Darrisaw Virginia Tech MR1-LR1
2 Teven Jenkins Oklahoma State MR1-LR1
3 Sam Cosmi Texas LR1-ER2
4 Alex Leatherwood Alabama ER2-LR2
5 Walker Little Stanford MR3-MR4
6 Dillon Radunz North Dakota St. MR2-LR2
7 Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame ER2-LR2
8 Jalen Mayfield Michigan LR1-MR2
9 James Hudson Cincinnati ER3-MR4
10 Brady Christensen BYU ER3-ER4


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1 Jaelan Phillips Miami MR1-LR1
2 Carlos Basham Jr. Wake Forest LR1-LR2
3 Kwity Paye Michigan MR1-LR1
4 Gregory Rousseau Miami LR1-MR2
5 Azeez Ojulari Georgia LR1-MR2
6 Joseph Ossai Texas LR1-MR2
7 Jayson Oweh Penn State LR1-MR2
8 Payton Turner Houston MR2-ER3
9 Patrick Jones II Pittsburgh LR3-MR4
10 Joe Tryon Washington MR2-ER3
11 Quincy Roche Miami MR3-LR3
12 Janarius Robinson Florida State LR2-MR3
13 Ronnie Perkins Oklahoma LR2-MR3
14 Dayo Odeyingbo Vanderbilt MR3-MR4
15 Victor Dimukeje Duke LR3-LR4


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1 Baron Browning Ohio State MR2-LR2
2 Jabril Cox LSU LR2-MR3
3 Dylan Moses Alabama MR3-ER4
4 Chazz Surratt North Carolina MR3-ER4
5 Cameron McGrone Michigan LR2-MR3
6 Pete Werner Ohio State LR2-LR3
7 Nick Bolton Missouri MR2-LR3
8 Monty Rice Georgia LR5-LR6
9 Nick Niemann Iowa MR5-LR6
10 Paddy Fisher Northwestern MR6-UD


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1 Caleb Farley Virginia Tech MR1-ER2
2 Greg Newsome II Northwestern LR1-ER2
3 Paulson Adebo Stanford ER3-ER4
4 Ifeatu Melifonwu Syracuse LR2-MR3
5 Eric Stokes Georgia ER2-LR2
6 Israel Mukuamu South Carolina ER3-MR4
7 Benjamin St-Juste Minnesota MR3-ER4
8 Ambry Thomas Michigan MR4-MR5
9 Camryn Bynum California LR5-LR6
10 Shaun Wade Ohio State LR2-LR3


There is always room for depth on every NFL team, but you never want to waste an early round pick on it. So, sorted by position, the top later-round players for some solid depth:


1 Andre Cisco Syracuse MR2-MR3
2 JaCoby Stevens LSU LR2-LR3
3 Hamsah Nasirildeen Florida State LR2-LR3
4 Tyree Gillespie Missouri MR3-LR4
5 Joshuah Bledsoe Missouri MR3-LR4
6 Divine Deablo Virginia Tech LR3-LR4
7 Caden Sterns Texas MR4-LR5
8 Paris Ford Pittsburgh MR4-LR5
9 Talanoa Hufanga USC LR3-LR4
10 James Wiggins Cincinnati MR3-LR4


1 Aaron Banks Notre Dame MR4-MR5
2 Drake Jackson Kentucky LR4-LR5
3 Sadarius Hutcherson South Carolina MR5-LR6
4 Tommy Kraemer Notre Dame LR4-LR5
5 Orlando Umana Utah LR6-UD


1 Marvin Wilson Florida State LR3-LR4
2 Darius Stills West Virginia MR5-LR6
3 Mustafa Johnson Colorado MR5-LR6
4 Carlo Kemp Michigan ER5-MR6
5 Bobby Brown III Texas A&M LR4-LR5


1 Jaret Patterson Buffalo MR5-LR6
2 Kene Nwangwu Iowa State LR5-LR6
3 Elijah Mitchell Louisiana ER6-LR7
4 Khalil Herbert Virginia Tech LR4-LR5
5 C.J. Marable Coastal Carolina LR6-UD

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