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The NFL Draft is just a week away John Simon Jersey Stitched , and the Indianapolis Colts are armed with both the 26th and 34th overall picks among their impressive arsenal. With this year’s draft class being considered deep..."The NFL Draft is just a week away, and the Indianapolis Colts are armed with both the 26th and 34th overall picks among their impressive arsenal. With this year’s draft class being considered deep along the defensive line, the Colts could potentially capitalize along the interior with a number of intriguing high end prospects. Colts general manager Chris Ballard has preached consistently winning in the trenches, and hitting another home run in the first or second round would go a long way toward achieving that goal defensively. So without further ado, here are the Top 5 defensive tackles for the Colts to consider: Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images5. Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State At 6’3”, 281 pounds, Jones had 43 tackles, 13.0 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, an interception (for a touchdown), and a forced fumble in 14 games. Because of his play, the Buckeyes junior standout was named 1st-Team All-Big Ten in 2018. Jones is the type of athletic, penetrating three-technique defensive tackle that could excel in Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus’ swarming scheme. Jones has exceptional quickness and is fluid with his pass rushing moves, but at times, can get pushed around with too high of a pad level and a lack of overall strength. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Colts already have a great familiarity with Jones’ film though, having drafted his former Ohio State teammate Tyquan Lewis last year. As far as fit, Jones is like a glove to the Colts Youth Jabaal Sheard Jersey , and it wouldn’t be surprising to see Ballard overdraft him a bit based on this skill-set which could be a match made in heaven—only we’re still in Indianapolis. Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports4. Dexter Lawrence, DT, ClemsonThe 6’4”, 342 pound defensive tackle had 36 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss, and 1.5 sacks in 13 games for the Tigers defense, as he was awarded First-Team All-ACC honors as a junior. However, there might be some ‘buyer beware’ here, as he missed Clemson’s two playoff games because of a positive performance-enhancing drug test. Lawrence is simply humongous, but he’s also blessed with surprising quickness and light feet for such a big man of his stature. He has the sheer strength and ability to consistently command a double team and simply absorbs blocks at times—which would bode well for the Colts playmakers at linebacker such as Darius Leonard to be freed up. That being said, some question whether he’s regressed since he was ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2016, and his average pass rush ability could limit him to more of a two-down run stuffer—which hurts his overall usefulness. Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports3. Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi StateThe 6’4”, 301 pound junior defensive tackle recorded 63 tackles, 18.0 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks in 13 games, as he was named a 2nd-Team All-American and First-Team All-SEC member for Mississippi State.Perhaps the most polarizing prospect on this list with potential character concerns, Simmons has elite level Top 15 level draft talent Jabaal Sheard Jersey Stitched , but carries some red flag risk with his past.He was arrested in March of 2016 for punching a woman, and while he never had any further incidents with the Bulldogs, any general manager will have to perform his due diligence to ensure he’s in fact matured from it. The other issue with Simmons is that he tore his ACL during a February workout, so a team may have to wait on him until he’s fully recovered—whether it’s even 2020. Still, the combination of speed, power, and explosiveness is quite tantalizing, and Simmons makes for one of the best athletes in this group. That being said, his instincts and awareness could use some improvement at the next level—which aren’t always easy fixes. Is Chris Ballard feeling lucky and ready to roll the dice? Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images2. Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre DameAt 6’6”, 295 pounds, Tillery had 30 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 8.0 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles, and 2 blocked kicks in 13 games for the Fighting Irish in 2018. As a result of his strong play, the senior defensive tackle earned AP 2nd-Team All-American honors. Tillery is well built and has exceptional power for his longer frame, as he has the strength to simply bull rush or overpower opposing offensive lineman. He also has ‘sweet feet’ and impressive lateral quickness Andrew Luck Jersey White , but he could withstand to refine some of his technique—which limits him a bit in the running game. It could mark a consecutive draft where the Colts selected a former Notre Dame star in the first round, but I’m guessing most fans of the Horseshoe wouldn’t complain. Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images1. Christian Wilkins, DT, ClemsonThe 6’3”, 315 pound senior defensive tackle recorded 51 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in 15 games—earning unanimous 1st Team All-American and ACC honors respectively. Highly regarded for his character and work ethic, Wilkins is also the type of low pad level, strong, and disruptive defensive tackle that could simply thrive in the Colts defensive scheme. He’s a very good, maybe not great athlete, but he’s the type of player that could be a solid Pro Bowler for the next decade along the Colts defensive line. In that regard, he’s really the type of prospect that a team drafts and doesn’t have to think twice about being a highly productive pro for a long, long time. While his ceiling may not be as high as some of his defensive tackle counterparts here, his floor isn’t very far from the attic either. Careful, you might hit your head! He’s at least an easy triple if this were a baseball at-bat and looks like one of the safer picks in this year’s draft. The countdown to the NFL Draft begins!"In this series we will look at mocking viable and realistic options to the Colts each week and analyzing how each pick fits in Indianapolis.Welcome to Mock Draft Face Off with Elliot and Stephen! The offseason is officially here and the NFL Draft is arguably the leagues biggest offseason event, so each week we will mock draft picks to the Colts and analyze them. We will be start off with just the first round and build up to include later rounds as we get into free agency and closer to the draft. Elliot’s Round 1 - Pick 26Glenn Beil-USA TODAY SportsEDGE Brian Burns - Florida State The Colts need a pass rusher so why not grab one of the best in the draft. Burns collected 23 sacks in three years at Florida State against top-level talent. He could add some mass to his frame as he weights in the 235 pound range, but his 6 feet 5 inch body will surely be able to handle it. Chris Ballard has been preaching about the importance of shoring up the defensive line and fixing the pass rush. Burns would be an ideal long-term solution to the Colts pass rushing woes.Reed’s Analysis - Overall Youth Margus Hunt Jersey , I like the pick. EDGE is arguably the Colts biggest need and is a position Chris Ballard said he’d attack this off-season. Burns is one of the more refined pass rushers in this class with a multitude of pass rush moves to keep tackles guessing. He’s got an explosive first step and fantastic bend around the edge.As Elliot mentioned, the biggest concern with Burns is his lack of size. He certainly has the frame to bulk up a bit but is that the best idea? This brings the same concerns Colts current MLB Anthony Walker had at Northwestern. Walker excelled based on his speed and ability to make plays. He bulked up to help the team but in doing so lost what was arguably what made him special. Would the same thing happen to Burns? That’s impossible to say. But even if the Colts didn’t have Burns bulk up, he could be an absolute steal at this point in the draft.Reed’s Round 1 - Pick 26Photo by Donald Page/Getty ImagesEDGE Jachai Polite - FloridaAs was mentioned earlier, Chris Ballard has iterated that he intends to address the pass rush this offseason. Polite came on strong in 2018 and showed that he can be a force off the edge. He’s got one of the most explosive first steps and reaches top speed quickly. He’s not as refined a pass rusher as others in this class but offers a terrific spin move, which might give Colts fans some flashbacks to pass rushers of old. The biggest concern for Polite is his ability to hold up at the point of attack in the running game so it probably won’t hurt for him to add some weight. Polite has been mocked all over round one thus far so who knows where he’ll finally end up. If he does fall, the Colts will be elated to get a player of Polite’s caliber at the end of the first round.Elliot’s AnalysisGreat minds think alike, Stephen. Like my pick, Stephen went with EDGE and I love it. Jachai Polite is one of the top pass rushers in this draft, providing the ability to win in a variety of ways including speed-bend rushing and good technique. Add in his ability to hold up well against the run and he is a well rounded edge prospect.As Stephen mentioned, Polite doesn't do as well at the point of attack in the run game, but he isn’t a liability by any means. Would added size help or at 6 feet 2 inches tall and already 240 pounds, is he maxed out? Add in the fact that the Colts already have edge rushers on the roster who are good against the run and Polite could develop that side of his game. My biggest concern for Polite would be his production. He was terrific in his last season at Florida, managing 11 sacks and 19.5 tackles for a loss, but in his two previous years he couldn’t manage 5 total sacks. Is Polite a one season wonder or just someone who got it all together at the right time?
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