Colts make blockbuster trade to level-up Anthony Richardson in this 2024 mock draft

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The Colts could still use some help at the cornerback position, although re-signing Kenny Moore and retaining arguably the league's top nickel corner was a huge offseason move for Indy. In Round 3, the Colts find themselves a possible Day 1 starter in Oregon's Khyree Jackson.

Coming into the league, Jackson doesn't have a lot of starting experience, notching just 14 starts in college. So, his production is tough to judge with such a small sample size. However, on most occasions, he looks the part.

Jackson has rare size for a corner, standing a towering 6-foot-4. Physically, he's far more imposing than most at the position. This allows him to match up with even the biggest receivers and keep it a fair fight. He's not afraid of getting his hands dirty and does a good job throwing off the timing of receivers' routes.

His overall size and length are highly appealing, and Jackson is the type of player who will only get better with time. The right coaching can take this kid a long way. He has all the physical tools necessary to be a high-level starting cornerback in the NFL.