In a bit of a surprise, the Colts ended up staying at #6 overall and taking Notre Dame OG Quenton Nelson. The pick was widely praised by the national media, as some draft boards had Nelson as high as #1 on their best players list.
Here was my take (which is the absolute, most important one of all... amirite?)
Here are some of the other reactions from last night:
The praise wasn't unanimous, though. Some skewered the Colts for using an elite-level pick on an interior offensive lineman - which rarely happens:
Regardless, the Colts need talent and Nelson was regarded one of the top talents in the draft. Normally, I'd be concerned about position, but for a team with such a talent deficiency, I'm fine with a guy who most regard as a tremendous prospect.