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The NFL Draft is kicking off on Thursday Youth Skai Moore Jersey , and the Indianapolis Colts have the ability to make some noise early on with the 26th overall (and not too far thereafter with the 34th overall pick). W…”The NFL Draft is kicking off on Thursday, and the Indianapolis Colts have the ability to make some noise early on with the 26th overall (and not too far thereafter with the 34th overall pick). While the team signed prominent veteran pass rusher Justin Houston earlier this offseason, the team could still use a young blue chip pass rushing prospect to anchor the position for the long-term future. Here are 5 of the top pass rushing prospects who could be potentially available for the Colts (although a trade up might be necessary for at least a few):Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images5. Charles Omenihu, Texas, EdgeThe 6’5”, 280 pound senior edge recorded 45 tackles, 18.0 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in 14 starts for the Longhorns defense—earning All-Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year and All-Big 12 honors respectively. Omenihu has the looks and athleticism to ‘play the part’ as a pass rusher, but his game is still a bit raw. He has really impressive length and is the type of athlete with twitch and explosion off the line of scrimmage that defensive coordinators will simply love. That being said, he’s inconsistent with spotty instincts at times, and his technique could use some refinement. With his lanky build, he can sometimes get pushed off the ball along the interior and needs to work on maintaining better balance to hold his ground. Omenihu has the ideal length and explosion as a pass rusher Skai Moore Jersey Stitched , it’s just a matter of whether he can maintain consistency, get stronger, and continue to grow at the position. Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images4. Rashan Gary, Edge, Michigan The 6’4”, 277 pound junior edge had 44 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss, and 3.5 sacks in 12 games for the Wolverines defense, as he earned AP 2nd-Team All-Big Ten honors. Gary is battling a labral tear in his shoulder, but most teams believe he’ll be able to play through it this season and opt for surgery thereafter. Still, it could limit his effectiveness in his rookie season, and it’s something that will likely have to be managed by his new NFL team. Gary is an impressive power edge, who still has the quickness with a 4.58 forty time to combine a rare speed-power package as a pass rusher. However Youth Anthony Walker Jersey , his production never quite matched his talent level at Michigan. He also lacks a combination of effective pass rushing moves besides his long-arm bull rush move at times. Nevertheless, Gary has tremendous upside, and despite the shoulder injury, there’s a question of whether he’s even scratched the surface as a pass rusher with his talent. Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images3. Clelin Ferrell, Edge, ClemsonThe 6’4”, 264 pound edge had an impressive junior season with 55 tackles, 20.0 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles in 15 games—taking home AP First-Team All-American, ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and First-Team All-ACC honors, as well as earning the Ted Hendricks Award which is given to the nation’s top defensive end. Ferrell is as solid as they come at defensive end and was highly productive for the National Champion Tigers. He’s blessed with long arms and uses his attacking hands to violently shed blocks and cause disruption. On the other hand Anthony Walker Jersey Stitched , he’s not the best athlete of this bunch and can lack burst, bend, and fluidity at times—looking mechanical. While he’s often powerful—especially against the run, he needs to convert that into his overall pass rushing prowess. Ferrell may not have the ceiling of some of his pass rushing peers here, but it’s safe to say that his floor is also generally much higher than most. He’ll be at least a pretty productive pro for an NFL team—maybe much more. Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images2. Montez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi StateComing in at 6’6”, 260 pounds, Sweat recorded 53 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, and a forced fumble in 13 games last season for the Bulldogs. As a result of his exceptional play, the senior earned AP 2nd-Team All-American and First-Team All-SEC honors respectively. Unfortunately Youth Kenny Moore Jersey , Sweat has a heart condition that could cause his draft stock to slide on draft day. Like others on this list, Sweat has a long frame and is still tapping his potential as a pass rusher. He uses his legs and that impressive length in order to create leverage against blocks—showing nice bend at the point of attack. Still, he needs to work on improving the quickness and ‘punch’ of his hands—which lacks at times. He also can struggle with power and must improve the strength in his lower half. Nevertheless, with his length, athleticism, and a 4.42 forty time, there aren’t more impressive athletes—with plenty of production to boot. Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports1. Brian Burns, Edge, Florida StateThe 6’5”, 249 pound junior edge racked up 52 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, 10.0 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles in 12 games—earning First-Team All-ACC honors. The long and lanky former Seminoles standout has exceptional speed Kenny Moore Jersey Stitched , burst, and bend off the edge to help make up for his smaller stature and lack of trench strength. Still, the latter can limit him at the point of attack when either holding the edge in run defense or looking to shed blocks as a pass rusher. Nevertheless, Burns has a nice combination of go-to pass rush moves to go along with his impressive burst/bend, and the Colts franchise has experience with propelling undersized pass rushers on a crash course to NFL sackmaster stardom (See: Dwight Freeney & Robert Mathis). The Chargers had chances to put Sunday’s game against the Colts away in the second half, but turnovers kept the Colts alive until the final minute of the game.The Colts took possession of the ball after picking Philip Rivers off in the end zone and they moved the ball to the Chargers’ 19-yard-line with 47 seconds left to play. Jacoby Brissett hit T.Y. Hilton with a short pass and Hilton eluded Chargers tacklers before zipping up the sideline for a touchdown that cut the Chargers’ lead to 24-22.On the two-point play, the Colts gave the ball to Marlon Mack and he plunged in for a score that tied things up with 38 seconds to play. The Chargers only got the ball to their own 39-yard line before time expired in regulation.Adam Vinatieri missed two of the three field goals he tried and also missed an extra point to leave a lot of points on the board for the Colts. Thanks to an 80-yard drive in the final minutes, they still have a chance to win the game.

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