2. Anthony Walker
Speaking of picks from the draft in 2017, Anthony Walker seems to have quickly turned into a steal for the Colts when looking at how the linebacker went on to start 14 of 15 games he appeared in during his second NFL season.
With the major leap made by Walker, it would seem ridiculous for a team like Indianapolis to even consider a trade involving the linebacker since he only seems to be scratching the surface of his potential in the NFL.
However, even though Walker is technically listed as the starter at the moment, the Colts did end up using a third-round pick on Bobby Okereke back in April, meaning a trade wouldn’t exactly put them in the worst position.
Los Angeles seems like they would certainly welcome another linebacker at a cheap price with open arms at this point in the offseason if they believe he could help them make another run at the Super Bowl with hopefully better results.
The Colts clearly saw something special in Walker in 2017 when they decided to use a fifth-round pick on him, but it’s safe to assume that Indianapolis never expected this kind of impact so fast.
At least if Walker were to ever be considered on the trade block, chances are Indianapolis could be able to earn a higher draft pick in return than what they previously used on the linebacker with his potential at 23 years of age.