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With the 192nd pick in the NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Ogletree, TE, Youngstown State.

Meet Andrew Ogletree

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Ogletree comes to the Colts with some midwest roots being from Dayton, Ohio. Was a dual-sport athlete in high school, playing football and, I’m sure you guessed it, basketball. He started his college career at Findlay in 2016, where he redshirted. He remained at Findley until the 2020 season before transferring to Youngstown State after missing the entire season in 2019 after a knee injury. Although having four seasons of play, Ogletree wasn’t able to ever show up big in the boxscore and actually never recorded a touchdown during his time at Youngstown State. He really started to get his name out there after a very successful outing at the Hula Bowl draft cycle event, where many there highlighted him as one of the biggest winners of the week.

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Although Ogletree didn’t show it in the box score, he has some fun traits that led to being drafted. His large frame at 6’5, 260lbs matched with his decent speed of a 4.70 40 is a solid baseline for the Colts to work with. He’s a very raw prospect but one who. had the traits to grab a team’s attention to hear his name called. I wouldn’t expect much of any production in year 1, but if Indy can convert his skills into productive work, this could be a massive steal to add to a MASSIVE TE room. Ogletree joins the likes of Jelani Woods (6’7) and Moe Allie-Cox (6’5).

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