The Indianapolis Colts will hold the No. 13 by and large pick in the 2020 NFL Draft when it lands toward the finish of April with needs on the two sides of the ball.
Most would contend that their greatest needs are at quarterback, wide beneficiary and inside protective line. How the Colts will approach tending to their needs is constantly a puzzle. Head supervisor Chris Ballard likes to keep things near the vest.
By the time the draft comes around, the Colts are likely going to have to use their first-round pick if they want Love. If he’s the guy, there is no sense in waiting until the second round for him to possibly get snatched up.