Indianapolis showed at the Combine that Colts fans are excited for a rookie quarterback
With the top quarterback prospects in town this past weekend, fans showed how eager they are for the Indianapolis Colts to select a rookie quarterback.
Indianapolis is lucky to be home of the NFL combine. Local fans are even more lucky that the NFL allows them to attend and watch the on-field portions in Lucas Oil Stadium. This past weekend at the 2023 Combine, fans showed their enthusiasm, especially on Saturday when the quarterback prospects were throwing with the wide receivers.
There were a ton of fans in attendance, but naturally, the majority of the fans were Indianapolis Colts fans. The fans made one thing clear on Saturday, they are ready for the Colts to select a quarterback at the top of the draft. Not only did a ton of fans show up on the day that quarterbacks worked out, but the fans were vocal and cheered very loud for the top QB prospects.
There were consistent cheers for CJ Stroud and Anthony Richardson, as they both had impressive workouts. Fans also erupted when Bryce Young was shown on the jumbotron, and he didn’t even workout. But that didn’t matter. The people of Indiana were just showing that they are ready to support a young quarterback.
Colts fans are already supporting the top quarterbacks
Fans did have a lot to cheer for. As stated, Young didn’t workout but he was reportedly very impressive in interviews, and many still consider him the most-skilled quarterback in the class. Richardson set quarterback combine records with his athleticism, and Stroud dominated the passing drills with his smooth accuracy. Will Levis also had some strong moments during the passing portion.
This will all result in a debate amongst fans and media members leading up to the draft about which quarterback is best for Indianapolis. Of the top four prospects, they all have things they do really well, and reasons for concern. The Colts must figure out which one is the best and how exactly they are going to draft them. Will Indy sit at No. 4 or trade up to No. 1?
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