The final Indianapolis Colts big board is a unique one, highlighting prospects to target with every pick in an NFL team format.
The 2020 NFL Draft is just hours away, and the Indianapolis Colts are a bit of a wild card at this point in the draft. General manager Chris Ballard holds two picks in the second round, and is in a prime spot to move up a few picks to get a prospect they want. The Colts could also trade back and acquire more picks, something Ballard has expressed a desire to do.
Colts fans will just have to sit and wait, but that’s the perfect time to get acquainted with some of the top prospects in the class. Here, we have built a horizontal big board with rankings at each spot the Colts pick in the draft.
Here we will highlight a few things to pay attention to on the board. There are just four trade up targets on the board here. The first is Tua Tagovailoa. If Tagovailoa slips into the 20s, it would be worth the move up. Both Henry Ruggs and Jerry Jeudy are obvious targets in a trade up as well. The last, TCU’s Jeff Gladney, is an excellent cover corner with great ball skills and is scheme versatile.
Jordan Love would be a great pick at 34 without a trade up, and CeeDee Lamb highlights a trio of receivers the Colts should consider at the same spot. There are also two defensive tackles worth taking there if they fall, and both fit into the 3-tech mold, as do the rest on the board.
Corner is a need that’s been downplayed, but in such a talented class, taking one with pick 34, 44, and 75 makes a ton of sense.
Don’t forget about the offensive line. Anthony Castonzo is back for two seasons, but finding a current depth player who can be a future starter is important, whether it be at tackle or guard. The sweet spot there is in the third round, where it’s likely value will present itself.
Make sure to take a look at the entire board in its entirety at the link above, and give your thoughts on who should be higher! Plus, keep following here at Horseshoe Heroes as we cover one of the best weekends in sports!