My Colts Wish List

There are two main positions that I think would make sense for the Colts to you use their first pick on (2nd round, 59th overall) and they are at defensive end, to get another pass rusher to help out Dwight Freeney and to give them depth at the position, and the other position is running back, because the Colts want to go back to a two-back-system, similar to the one they used with Dominic Rhodes and Joseph Addai when they won the Super Bowl. After those two positional needs, there are five other positions that I think the Colts would like to add some depth to but won’t want to reach for: defensive tackle, wide receiver, tight end, offensive guard, and offensive tackle. Then there are the spots that the Colts definitely want to fill but won’t want to use a high draft pick to do it, and will probably wait until at least the fourth round to start looking. These two positions are outside linebacker and center. The only other positions that I see the Colts drafting are middle linebacker, cornerback and strong safety, but I don’t see them making one of these picks until the sixth or seventh round.

The Colts have nine total picks in the draft: 59, 93, 127, 161, 196, 201, 202, 205, and 236.

So, with those two things in mind, I will put together my ‘wish list’ for the draft…

59: Jamaal Charles, RB, Texas –

93: Brad Cottam, TE, Tennessee –

127: Marcus Howard, OLB, Georgia –

161: DJ Hall, WR, Alabama-

196: Robert Felton, OG, Arkansas-

201: Chad Rinehart, OT, Northern Iowa-

202: Lionel Dotson, DT, Arizona-

205: Johnny Dingle, DE, West Virginial-

236: Cody Wallace, C, Texas A&M-

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3 Responses

  1. […] Vols. This post (if you couldn’t guess from the title) is about my Colts. Last year I wrote a post about who I hoped the Colts would draft that year, and then oddly enough, I wrote another one about […]

  2. […] first few posts were really just ramblings about whatever we felt was happening at the time.  What’s changed […]

  3. Well… we got one of the players I wanted…

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