1. WR Quartney Davis
It’s still mind-boggling that Davis, who was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Minnesota Vikings last year, did not end up getting picked high on Day 3 of the draft. The slick route-runner who was making big play after big play at Texas A&M was one of the best receivers at the 2020 Senior Bowl.
Davis might not have had the gaudiest production in college, but the explosive Aggie showed that he can get separation and hang on to some poor throws to make tough catches, which are two traits Reich values in his receivers.
How could Quartney Davis help the Colts?
Davis might not start right away, but he could easily become the fourth wide receiver on the depth chart considering the current makeup of that group.
The Colts have speed demons in Parris Campbell and possession guys in Michael Pittman Jr., but they lack someone who can slip in and out of tackles, Davis could fill that role without forcing the frugal Ballard to pay top dollar.