Round 7: 195th Overall Pick
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The Colts already picked up a wide receiver in this mock draft, but NFL teams need to be five or six deep at that position in today’s pass-first league.
Selecting a wide receiver like Byron Pringle could add some more speed to Indianapolis’ receiving corps, and he can contribute right away in the return game.
Pringle averaged 27.6 yards per kick return at Kansas State, and he returned one for a touchdown in each of his last two seasons. He also averaged a strong 11.2 yards per punt return last year.
Getting a player who can immediately make an impact on special teams and could enter the rotation at wide receiver would provide great value to the Colts for a seventh round pick.