At this point in the first round, the Colts could go a number of directions.
They could do a lot worse than Jayson Oweh, a high-upside pass rusher with freakish athletic skills.
Up to this point, Oweh is more of an upside type of player rather than a pure production type of player, but the tendencies and trends are really good.
If Penn State can get on the field for at least a few games this season, Oweh will have a chance to show he has top 20 ability as a pass rusher.
With Anthony Castonzo’s future in question (retirement), the Colts could look to a left tackle of the future early in the 2021 NFL Draft.
North Dakota State’s Dillon Radunz has been gaining a lot of NFL steam protecting Trey Lance’s blind side.