Offensive lineman that should be on Colts radar
Now we all know there might not be anyone who will be as impressive from the offensive line drills as Quenton Nelson was back in 2018, but there’s hope. With that hope the Colts may and should be looking to find their next Anthony Castonzo at left tackle.
Eric Fisher didn’t exactly live up to his former No. 1 overall draft status in his one season with Indianapolis but his door on a return may not be closed yet. If it is, there are some fantastic potential franchise tackles in this class.
On the other hand, Mark Glowinski may have a greater opportunity at returning to Indy. Offensive guard may not be as high a priority as offensive tackle in the draft and free agency. Especially if the Colts forgo on re-signing Glowinski and Chris Reed. There are still plenty of pro-caliber prospects who could make a case.
First-round prospects may be another stretch for the Colts, guys like Abraham Lucas, Trevor Penning, and Bernhard Raimann could fall to the second round and would be solid contributions on the highly talented offensive line.
Pay attention to late-round prospects like Andrew Rupcich a small school prospect that can absolutely turn heads, Max Mitchell, a versatile tackle who spent a lot of his snaps on the right side of the line, and Tulsa’s Tyler Smith who held his own vs a stout Ohio State defense.