The Colts have made significant upgrades on the interior of the defensive line, trading for DeForest Buckner and signing Sheldon Day. Chris Ballard talked about how the three-technique drives everything on defense, so don’t expect them to be done addressing it. McTelvin Agim would be solid value in the fourth round. He brings pass rushing upside to the table, and if he work on his technique, specifically getting too close into linemen’s frame, then he will make an impact.
The corner position also got a major overhaul in the offseason, but don’t expect that to be done either. Reggie Robinson II has some upside at corner with his size and physicality. He’s pretty sticky in coverage as well and can compete at the catch point.
Speaking of upside, Darnell Mooney is one of the best kept secrets in the 2020 NFL Draft. He’s got the K.J. Hamler build, and has great speed, quickness, and has a good route tree. Mooney also high points the ball well and can be a playmaker in Frank Reich’s scheme.
Marlon Mack’s contract expires soon, and it sounds like negotiation won’t happen until after the 2020 season, if at all. JaMycal Hasty is super sudden and makes defenders miss with ease. Hasty also has very good burst in space, and is a tough runner between the tackles.
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