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

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player. 483. . Logan Lee. . DL. 6. Logan Lee. . Logan Lee

In Round 6, the Colts add to their defensive line by going to the Big Ten for the second-straight pick, selecting Iowa Hawkeyes defensive tackle Logan Lee. He brings some versatility, being able to line up at a variety of spots up front. Lee is pretty athletic for an interior lineman, which also makes it feasible for him to line up at the end spot as well.

Lee brings dependability as well, having started for three seasons and never missing a game. The best ability is availability, as they say, and Lee brings that to the table, for sure.

Frank Gore Jr.. . player. 2278. RB. 7. . Frank Gore Jr.. Frank Gore Jr..

With their last pick, the Colts go with the son of NFL legend and former Colts running back, Frank Gore Jr. out of Southern Miss. He's undersized at just 5-foot-8, but like his dad, he is a strong body who creates yardage for himself. The guy doesn't like to be tackled, and that should surprise no one.

Gore could be the perfect backup type for Taylor; a guy who could easily handle a full drive of work to spell Taylor. He's used to being the workhorse and handling the bulk of carries. In four seasons, Gore rushed for 4,022 yards and averaged a healthy 5.3 yards per carry.