Colts 2020 Mock Draft 3.0: Quarterback, wide receiver addressed early

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 13: General manager Chris Ballard of the Indianapolis Colts addresses the media following a press conference introducing head coach Frank Reich at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 13, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

The Indianapolis Colts add more to their receiving core and get a stud at 13 in this 2020 mock draft.

The NFL scouting combine is just around the corner, and the 2020 NFL Draft is fast approaching. Make sure to follow Horseshoe Heroes for the best Indianapolis Colts and draft coverage as we approach the draft in April.

We’ve reached the third installment of our Colts mock draft series here, and with free agency just under a month away, Indianapolis will have a chance to iron out some needs before the draft. With big ticket free agents available at quarterback and on defense, not to mention $90 million in cap space, general Chris Ballard could make some big moves to bolster this team.

Ballard didn’t make a lot of moves in last year’s free agency period, and there’s no guarantee he will indeed make the splash that many are predicting. It could be a quiet offseason, leading to a crucial draft to retool the roster.

It’s clear that the quarterback position will take priority, and you can bet Ballard and his scouting staff will put a ton of work in at the position. The Colts have some second round capital to trade up if they feel the need to, but Ballard isn’t likely to do that, as he values second round picks.

Wide receiver is also a need, with T.Y. Hilton getting up there in age and not much around him. In a deep class, the Colts will need to address that as well. Don’t forget about the defensive line either. Let’s take a look at one scenario for the Colts in this fresh 2020 mock draft.

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