Jordan Glasgow Could Be 'Really Special Core Special Teams Player' For Colts
The National Football League is full of guys who have been able to stick around due to their effort rather than freakish size and athletic ability. The Indianapolis Colts got one of those players with tons of heart in former Michigan defender Jordan Glasgow, whom they selected in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft at No. 213 overall.
Rob Windsor Brings Hustle, Hard Work To The Horseshoe
The Indianapolis Colts don't want to have to worry about any issues concerning work ethic and playing motor when they consider acquiring a player. They certainly won't have those issues with Rob Windsor after selecting the hustling Penn State defensive tackle in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Can Danny Pinter Ascend Into A Mid-Round Gem For The Colts?
The Indianapolis Colts plucked a home-state kid out of Ball State in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft in offensive lineman Danny Pinter. With his versatility and quick-learning ability, could he turn into a mid-round steal for the Colts down the road?
Jacob Eason Lands In Perfect Situation For Himself And The Colts
Washington's Jacob Eason certainly has the tools to develop into a quality NFL quarterback. After being selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth round of this year's NFL Draft, Eason finds himself in an ideal situation to put it all together.
Julian Blackmon's Football IQ, Versatility Makes Him A Plug-And-Play Defender For Colts
The Indianapolis Colts drafted versatile defensive back Julian Blackmon out of Utah in the third round with the 85th-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. After he is finished with his rehab from a late-season ACL injury, it might not be long until he's a plug-and-play defender in the Colts' secondary.
Is Jonathan Taylor The Next In Line Among The Colts' Great Running Backs?
The Indianapolis Colts have had a long line of star running backs in their history; 2020 second-round draft pick Jonathan Taylor is the most-heralded one they've drafted in quite some time. What can college football's top back provide to the Indy offense?
Michael Pittman Jr. Is Exactly What The Colts Wanted In A Receiver, Teammate
New Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. has size, speed and talent. When transitioning to the NFL, though, all of that means very little without determination and a hard work ethic. It's a good thing Pittman Jr. has that, too, which makes him the perfect receiver to add to the Colts.
2020 Draft Profile: Trading Places, With Jeremy Chinn And Bryce Hall
Southern Illinois safety Jeremy Chinn and Virginia cornerback Bryce Hall are already highly-regarded prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft this week, but is their highest potential at other positions? We take a look at their various skillsets, as well as their potential fits in the Indianapolis Colts' defensive backfield.