INDIANAPOLIS – After the front seven worked out on Sunday, the defensive backs will take their turn on Monday.
The final day of the 2016 Combine will definitely have the Colts' attention.
Here are updates from Day Six at the 2016 NFL Combine:
The Luck/Wentz comparisons still have many skeptics, but teams are clearly high on the North Dakota State quarterback. Is Wentz the definite pick for the Browns at No. 2? With teams knowing Cleveland is sitting at No. 2, that should make the trade market for Tennessee even bigger.
Tom Brady isn't going anywhere in the AFC, but the Colts will miss the future Hall of Famer in 2016. With New England winning the AFC East in 2015 and the Colts finishing second in the AFC South, the two teams won't match up in the regular season for just the second time since 2003. The Colts and Patriots have met an incredible 17 times since 2003. The 2013 and now 2016 regular seasons are the only years they haven't met.
The final local product of the week was one of the fastest cornerbacks on Monday. Brown, who hails from Florida, was a three-year starter at Purdue and had four interceptions this past season. Mock Drafts have Brown as a middle-to-late round pick.
There's little debate over the top defensive back in this year's draft class. Florida State's Jaylen Ramsey has true position flexibility in the secondary, making him a very attractive option in the first 5-to-10 picks. The Colts are in the market for a cornerback, so Monday's workouts will be of top priority to the host city.
It's been mentioned a couple of times in this week's Combine Notebooks. Yet, it still deserves repeating----the national media speaks glowingly about Indy's ability to host major NFL events. The venues, proximity and hospitality of Indianapolis is why the Combine celebrated its 30th straight year in the Circle City.