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Yes, the team signed former Carolina Panthers wideout Devin..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesStampede Blue homepageHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityFollow Stampede Blue online:Follow Stampede Blue on TwitterFollow Stampede Blue on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchStampede Blue main menuFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Breaking NewsAndrew Luck Retires×Ballard’s Potential Big Board: 5 Top NFL Draft WR Prospects for ColtsNew,65commentsEDTWith the NFL Draft quickly approaching, the Indianapolis Colts could still be looking for ways to improve their wide receiver corps. Yes, the team signed former Carolina Panthers wideout Devin Funchess earlier this offseason to a one-year ‘prove it’ deal, but it might not be a bad idea to begin looking to develop another long-term answer at the position. Pro Bowl wide receiver T.Y. Hilton turns 30 in November, and while he’s shown no signs of slowing down, it’s never a bad idea to begin a potential down-the-road contingency plan. With that being said, here are 5 Top NFL Draft WR prospects for Colts general manager Chris Ballard to consider: Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images5. N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateAt 6’2”, 228 pounds, Harry is one of a handful of elite, big-bodied wide receiver prospects in this year’s draft class. The former Sun Devils star caught 73 receptions for 1,088 receiving yards (14.9 ypc avg.) and 9 touchdowns in 12 games last season. He also amassed 152 punt return yards on 9 returns (16.9 yards per return avg.)—which included a touchdown return. He ranks third in school history in both career receptions (213) and receiving yards (2,889). Because of his production, Harry earned 1st-Team All-Pac 12 honors as a wideout and 2nd-Team All-Pac 12 honors as a return specialist respectively. With a 4.53 forty time at February’s NFL Combine, Harry isn’t as fast as some of his peers [url=http://www.thecoltsclub.com/marlon-mack-jersey/]Youth Marlon Mack Jersey[/url] , and that shows, sometimes, with his inability to separate. However, he makes up for it with his ability to make strong contested catches with his hands at the point of attack, and also by effectively using his body to shield away opposing defensive backs and fight off tight coverage. When it comes to competitiveness and consistently being a reliable target, Harry is about as steady as they come from this draft class—separation concerns aside. Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images4. D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole MissThe chiseled (6’3”, 228 pounds) Metcalf was arguably the talk of the NFL Combine two months ago, when he ran an amazing 4.33 forty time at his muscular size and physique. He also was incredibly productive at Ole Miss (when healthy), as he caught 26 receptions for 569 receiving yards (21.9 avg. ypc) and 5 touchdowns in 7 games before a season-ending neck injury prematurely finished his season in 2018. Metcalf looks like an absolute physical freak, with his ridiculous size and speed combination, but he’s a bit unrefined as a receiver with his routes and catching. His routes aren’t always crisp, and he can take longer than necessary to get in and out of breaks. Not to mention, he also still has some underlying concentration and drop issues. He might have the highest ceiling of any wideout in this draft class with his ‘out of this world’ physical measurables, but buyer beware, he might also have the lowest floor as a ‘boom or bust’ prospect—if there ever was one. For every Calvin Johnson comparison, is he the ‘too bulked out’ version of David Boston? Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images3. Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown [url=http://www.thecoltsclub.com/marlon-mack-jersey/]Marlon Mack Jersey Stitched[/url] , WR, OklahomaAt 5’9”, 166 pounds, Brown is the smallest wide receiver in this group, but the diminutive, yet incredibly dangerous wideout is blessed with tremendous speed and game-changing ability as a pass catcher. The Colts have already had a few franchise greats in that mold including Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison and Pro Bowler T.Y. Hilton, so it’s possible Brown could be the next in-line.‘Hollywood’ Brown caught 75 receptions for 1,318 receiving yards (17.6 ypr avg.) and 10 touchdowns in 12 games for the Sooners last season. He earned 1st-Team All-American and All-Big 12 honors respectively in 2018. He has the type of electric speed like Hilton and even DeSean Jackson that can make opposing defensive backs just flat out look silly in space and simply take the top off of an opposing secondary. Like most smaller wideouts, his issues are size and whether he can consistently beat physical press coverage. Brown’s routes and ball tracking skills could also use some polish. That being said, he might be the most electric wideout in this draft class—size be darned. Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images2. A.J. Brown, WR, Ole MissAt 6’0”, 226 pounds, Brown might not be the ‘sexiest’ wide receiver prospect of this group, but the production speaks for itself. The junior wideout caught 85 receptions for 1,320 receiving yards (15.5 ypr avg.) and 6 touchdowns in 12 games. He is Ole Miss’s career receiving yards leader (2,984) and also in 100 yard receiving games (12). As a result, Brown earned 2nd Team-All American and All-SEC First team honors in 2018. Brown is a very good route runner [url=http://www.thecoltsclub.com/ryan-kelly-jersey/]Youth Ryan Kelly Jersey[/url] , looks incredibly fluid as a wideout, and has great hands. As far as this class is concerned, he might be the ‘safest’ elite prospect of the bunch. However, he might not be quite the same physical specimen, as some of his fellow counterparts (namely his former teammate Metcalf). Brown’s still an elite athlete in his own right, but with a 4.49 forty time, he’s more really, really quick than pure speed at his size. Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images1. Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State: The 6’5”, 227 pound wide receiver caught 60 receptions for 1,318 receiving yards (22.0 avg. ypr) and 9 touchdowns in 13 games for the Cyclones last season.He shattered his school’s record for most receiving yards in a season, and his 22.0 yards per reception average was the 3rd most in the nation and broke another school single season record. Butler earned 2nd-team All-American and 2nd Team All-Big 12 honors respectively in 2018. Blessed with immense size, Butler is a physically imposing wide receiver, who has the ability to not only “go up and get” jump balls, but also dominate defensive backs with the football in his hands after the catch. It goes without saying, but he’s a tremendous deep threat, which comes with the territory of his sheer size. The knock on him is drops [url=http://www.thecoltsclub.com/ryan-kelly-jersey/]Ryan Kelly Jersey Stitched[/url] , and that he takes a little longer to get in and out of his breaks. Still, the total physical package and production is quite tantalizing. Ben Banogu, Kemoko Turay Show Colts A Glimpse Of The Future Against BrownsOn Saturday against the Cleveland Browns, the Indianapolis Colts got their first look at young pass rushers Ben Banogu and K..." Stampede Blue Colts LinksColts News: Ben Banogu, Kemoko Turay show Colts a glimpse of the future against BrownsNew,2commentsEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Colts News: Ben Banogu, Kemoko Turay show Colts a glimpse of the future against BrownsTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesBen Banogu, Kemoko Turay Show Colts A Glimpse Of The Future Against BrownsOn Saturday against the Cleveland Browns, the Indianapolis Colts got their first look at young pass rushers Ben Banogu and Kemoko Turay on the playing field together. If the pair reach their potential then they could be playing together for years to come.Andrew Luck Shows Off Important Side-To-Side Movement In Pre-Game | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterBefore Saturday’s preseason home opener against the Browns, Andrew Luck showed some encouraging movement with his ankle rehab.Colts vs. Browns: Jacoby Brissett's play shows why Colts believe so strongly in himBrissett finished 8 of 10 for 100 yards and a touchdown against the Browns.Colts vs. Browns: Backup QB Jacoby Brissett shines in lossJacoby Brissett provided some hope if Andrew Luck is unable to start the season but the run game still needs work5 Things Learned: Jacoby Brissett Looks Better In Preseason Home Opener | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterThe Colts fell to 0-2 on the preseason after a 21-18 loss to the Browns on Saturday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium. What happened in the Colts’ loss to the Cleveland Browns?Five Things Learned: Colts-Browns (2019 Preseason, Week 2)What were the main takeaways from Saturday’s Indianapolis Colts preseason Week 2 loss to the Cleveland Browns? Here are Five Things Learned.Emotional Ross Travis Scores Touchdown In First Game Back From Season-Ending InjuryIndianapolis Colts tight end Ross Travis, who suffered a season-ending knee injury not even one year ago in the team's 2018 preseason finale, hauled in a 24-yard touchdown reception Saturday against the Cleveland Browns in his first game back.Ross Travis gives everyone reason to celebrate after ACL injury | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – For all the yellow flags that littered the Lucas Oil Stadium turf Saturday, another probably was warranted: excessive celebration. The culprits: Ross Travis, teammates [url=http://www.thecoltsclub.com/t-j-green-jersey/]Youth T.J. Green Jersey[/url] , family and friends. And no one would have blamed them.Colts vs. Browns: Deon Cain, Ross Travis return from torn ACLs, come up big"We were competing against each other trying to push each other, all so we could have days like today where were both ballin’ out."For Colts’ Deon Cain and Ross Travis, a friendship forged in the training room leads to success on the field – The AthleticCain and Travis helped each other through darker days, and that is what is now allowing them to see the light.Confident Turay showing more signs of his potential | Sports | heraldbulletin.comIn the span of three defensive snaps Saturday night, Kemoko Turay flashed all of the skills that make the Indianapolis Colts so excited about his potential.Colts Notebook: Reece Fountain To Make Full Recovery From Dislocated, Fractured Ankle | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterOn Sunday, after watching film of his team’s preseason contest against the Browns, Frank Reich held a conference call. What did Reich have to say?Daurice Fountain Undergoes ‘Successful’ Ankle Surgery; Ruled Out For 2019Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that second-year wide receiver Daurice Fountain will miss the entire 2019 season after undergoing “successful” surgery to fix a dislocated and fractured ankle suffered during Thursday’s final training cColts’ notebook: Reece Fountain recovering after ankle surgery | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Reece Fountain’s comeback from a devastating ankle injury is underway. The Indianapolis Colts’ second-year wideout underwent surgery on Friday to repair a dislocation and fracture to his left ankle, according to Frank Reich.Snap Counts: Colts-Browns (2019 Preseason, Week 2)The Indianapolis Colts and the Cleveland Browns met up for their 2019 Preseason Week 2 matchup Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. What were the snap counts for the Colts players in the game?COLTS MEDIA
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