Shaun Wade, Cornerback, Ohio State
Finally, the secondary is in major need of being revamped in Indianapolis. It has been used and abused for years by opposing offenses. Ohio State standout Shaun Wade could be exactly what the team needs to begin turning things around.
Indianapolis drafted Rock Ya-Sin early in the 2019 NFL Draft. Wade would form a great tandem with Ya-Sin long-term for the Colts.
In 2019 with the Buckeyes, Wade put together 25 total tackles to go along with two sacks, a forced fumble, an interception, and eight defended passes. He didn’t put up crazy numbers, but his talent and potential are there. Taking a chance on Wade in the NFL Draft would make a lot of sense for the Colts.