The Indianapolis Colts certainly turned heads this season, finishing strong down the stretch and winding up in the postseason after many likely wrote them off as a .500 team, at best, towards the start of 2018.
The Colts could still use some nifty receiving weapons for quarterback Andrew Luck, and the offensive line could benefit from some reinforcements despite taking offensive guard Quenton Nelson early last year. Cornerback should be a need, too.
That said, defenses are always made better by adding prolific pass-rushers, and that’s exactly what Florida’s Jachai Polite is. While he’s not in the same class as a Nick Bosa, Josh Allen or Clelin Ferrell, he’s easily towards the top of the next tier in this year’s NFL Draft.
With a quality outside pass-rusher aboard, the Colts defense will look vastly better in 2019 and help push this team towards some serious contention.