Intro: The Ringer staff writer Danny Kelly, in his search for “this year’s Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott,” believes safety Malik Hooker and cornerback Quincy Wilson could provide an instant impact for the Indianapolis’ Colts defense.
Intro: Utilizing NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt’s Hot 150 prospect rankings, College Football 24/7 writer Chase Goodbread found seven teams that added the most on defense in this year’s draft, which included the Indianapolis Colts.
Intro: The Indianapolis Colts were ecstatic when safety Malik Hooker fell into their laps in the middle of the first round of this year’s NFL Draft. Fox Sports’ Cameron DaSilva considers the pick one of the best moves this offseason.
Intro: With their eighth and final pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Colts selected Northwestern linebacker Anthony Walker. What does Walker bring to a wide open inside linebacker competition?
Intro: After taking one cornerback in the previous five drafts, the Colts selected two corners in 2017. What are the Colts getting in Temple cornerback Nate Hairston?
Intro: To end the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Colts selected Albany State’s Grover Stewart. Where does the 347-pound Stewart fit along Indianapolis’ crowded defensive line?
Intro: The Colts wanted to draft a running back in the later rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft. That pick came with South Florida’s Marlon Mack at No. 143 overall.
Intro: After trading back in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Colts took USC offensive tackle Zach Banner. What about Banner sold the Colts?
Intro: In 2017, the Colts spent six of their picks on the defensive side of the ball. Meet the 2017 drafted defenders for the Colts.
Intro: In the 2017 Draft, the two offensive players the Colts drafted were USC offensive tackle Zach Banner and South Florida running back Marlon Mack.