Now that the Super Bowl is over, it’s officially acceptable to start looking at mock drafts. We will be doing a mock draft regularly until the draft is officially here.
I hope you enjoyed the Super Bowl. It was a great game and both teams played hard. The Colts were surely angry that they weren’t there themselves though. But now that the 2019 season is officially over, they can start looking to improve their team.
The first step in that process is the draft in late April. The Colts have a total of 9 picks in this year’s draft, and will be looking to bring some quality players into the fold. They will likely be from a wide range of positions and will add depth to some key positions.
Nine picks is a lot to have in a draft. There is a chance that they trade some of these picks away to move up in certain spots. These mock drafts will not include such a scenario unless it happens before the draft itself because we have no way of knowing when that would happen.
The Colts start their draft with the 13th overall pick. At that slot, there are a few different ways that the team can go. They could go quarterback, defensive line, or wide receiver. It will depend on who is left for them to take and if it’s a guy they like.
We start the first mock draft of the season looking at that first round pick and who it would make sense for them to take.