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Joe Robbins | Getty Images INDIANAPOLIS – Shortly, all the hype and smoke screens will end with actual reality. With the 201 9 NFL Draft starting on Thursday, it's time for our final Mock Draft look, with a couple of big defensive linemen emerging for the colts to pick no. 26. Here is our sixth, and final, Mock Draft look for 2019: Kiper Jr.'s Analysis: This could have been a safety, too. But then I started thinking about Andrew Luck's catching bombs in Indy Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo: DT-Christian Wilkins (Clemson) Renner's Analysis : Indianapolis needs an influx of talent up front, and Wilkins brings a strong run-stop with improving pass-rush ability. He has played all over the defensive front at Clemson, playing with the strength and leverage to make a three-down impact at the next level, especially when he builds his 91.0 pass-rush grade from 2018. Pro Football Talk's Peter King: CB-Greedy Williams (LSU) King's Analysis: He's 6-2 and runs at 4.37 in the 40-yard dash. What's not to like? Tackling, perhaps. But the Colts need two things badly: an edge-rusher and a shutdown cornerback. Williams is better off than the remaining edge guys at sacking the quarterback. However, keep one thing in mind with Colts GM Chris Ballard: He's not going to change his board to fit his needs. Ballard will take him significantly higher-rated player here. MMQB's Albert Breer: DL-Jeffery Simmons (Mississippi State) Breer's Analysis : Chris Ballard is coming off a generational draft in 2018,…

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INDIANAPOLIS – Shortly, all the hype and smoke screens will end with actual reality.

With the 201

9 NFL Draft starting on Thursday, it’s time for our final Mock Draft look, with a couple of big defensive linemen emerging for the colts to pick no. 26.

Here is our sixth, and final, Mock Draft look for 2019:

Kiper Jr.’s Analysis: This could have been a safety, too. But then I started thinking about Andrew Luck’s catching bombs in Indy

Pro Football Focus’ Steve Palazzolo: DT-Christian Wilkins (Clemson)

Renner’s Analysis : Indianapolis needs an influx of talent up front, and Wilkins brings a strong run-stop with improving pass-rush ability. He has played all over the defensive front at Clemson, playing with the strength and leverage to make a three-down impact at the next level, especially when he builds his 91.0 pass-rush grade from 2018.

Pro Football Talk’s Peter King: CB-Greedy Williams (LSU)

King’s Analysis: He’s 6-2 and runs at 4.37 in the 40-yard dash. What’s not to like? Tackling, perhaps. But the Colts need two things badly: an edge-rusher and a shutdown cornerback. Williams is better off than the remaining edge guys at sacking the quarterback. However, keep one thing in mind with Colts GM Chris Ballard: He’s not going to change his board to fit his needs. Ballard will take him significantly higher-rated player here.

MMQB’s Albert Breer: DL-Jeffery Simmons (Mississippi State)

Breer’s Analysis : Chris Ballard is coming off a generational draft in 2018, and was able to effectively patch up the team Devin Funchess at Justin Houston’s Edge Rusher – Who Can Get The Guy To Get A Guy Who Would Be, perhaps, right there with Bosa and Quinnen Williams on tape alone. But an ugly incident in n high school and tower is part of the file here, of course.

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NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah: S-Johnathan Abram (Mississippi State)
Jeremiah’s Analysis : Selfishly, I would just love to see him play opposite of Malik Hooker in Indy, where Abram could play in the box and allow Hooker to make plays over the top.
NFL.com’s Charles Davis: DT-Dexter Lawrence (Clemson)

Davis’ Analysis: The defensive front gets the call here, and fits a need , too. Division rivals Tennessee, Jacksonville and Houston all like to run the ball, and with big, powerful backs. Lawrence ups the power ratio too combat those attacks.

MOCK DRAFT TOTALS

In each installment of the mock draft looks we will total up the positions pundits have pegged for the Colts throughout the draft process.

-1st Mock Draft Look (January 29)

-2 nd Mock Draft Look (February 13)

-3 rd Mock Draft Look (March 11)

-4 th Mock Draft Look (April 1)

-5 th Mock Draft Look ( April 12)

DT-Christian Wilkins (4)

DT-Dexter Lawrence (4)

WR-N’Keal Harry (3)

DL-Jeffery Simmons (3)

S-Jonathan Abram (3)

CB-DeAndre Baker (2)

WR-Marqise Brown (2)


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