Matt Peart has become a popular selection in mock drafts for the Indianapolis Colts. Yes, Anthony Castonzo signed a two year deal, and the offensive line is one of the best units in the league. However, there’s no reason to avoid adding more depth. Peart brings good mobility and footwork to the table as a tackle, and while he struggles a bit against power, he will be one of those developmental options with a high ceiling.
This won’t be a popular pick, but Chris Ballard has talked at great length about the quarterback position, stating they won’t force anything when it comes to drafting one. But, if value presents itself, they could jump on it.
Here at 92 overall, Jake Fromm is the pick. Fromm is one of the best processors in the 2020 NFL Draft, and had a great grasp of the Georgia offense. His anticipation is very good as well. The Colts have been linked to Fromm in recent days, and this value could be too good to pass up.
Finishing out the third round is Purdue tight end Brycen Hopkins. Hopkins brings plenty to the table as a receiving tight end. He can line up in the slot and at the wing. He’s a dynamic receiving threat, with a large catch radius and an affinity for high pointing the football. Hopkins has crisp breaks and solid straight line speed after the catch. He’d be a solid pair with Jack Doyle.