Ranking Colts second round draft picks in the Chris Ballard era
8. Parris Campbell, WR, 2019, No. 59 overall
Everyone knows the Parris Campbell story by this point. He’s flashed the talent that made him a promising prospect but he hasn’t been able to stay healthy.
In three seasons with the Colts, Campbell has played in only 15 games and caught 34 passes for 360 yards and two touchdowns.
This upcoming season will be the biggest of Campbell’s career. It’s likely his last chance with Indianapolis and he’s betting on his body to stay healthy so he can show what he’s capable of over the course of a full NFL season.
7. Tyquan Lewis, DE, 2018, No. 64 overall
Tyquan Lewis just signed a second contract with Indianapolis. He was selected in 2018 to help improve Indy’s pass rush. He wasn’t able to emerge as a dominant force but he did become a consistent contributor.
He played in 41 games, starting 12, and recorded 8.5 sacks, 56 tackles, 15 for a loss, and 21 quarterback hits.
6. Kemoko Turay, DE, 2018, No. 52 overall
Kemoko Turay is very similar to Lewis. He was also drafted in the second round of the 2018 Draft to help out with the Indianapolis pass rush.
In his four years, Turay played in 38 games and started three. He recorded 12 sacks, 33 tackles, seven for a loss, and 29 quarterback hits.
Turay moved on to the San Francisco 49ers in free agency this offseason.