Colts’ Jim Bob Cooter attended Washington pro day

Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter was in attendance at the University of Washington’s pro day ahead of the 2024 NFL draft.

The biggest draw for the Huskies throughout the pre-draft process has been southpaw quarterback Michael Penix Jr.

With Anthony Richardson on the mend, it’s unlikely Cooter was there to solely scout Penix Jr., especially with some of the talent at other positions. Still, he was one of several offensive coordinators to be in attendance.

The other prospect who would intrigue the Colts the most is wide receiver Rome Odunze. He checks every box the Colts would want in a wide receiver even though it’s unlikely he will be available when Indy is on the board.

Other Washington prospects who might intrigue the Colts include wide receivers Ja’Lynn Polk and Jalen McMillan and offensive tackle Troy Fautanu. The latter of the three is expected to go in the first round, and the Colts don’t have a need to add a starting offensive tackle.

The Colts have been making their way across the country going to pro days and workouts with less than a month to go until the NFL draft, and this likely won’t be the last time we get a nugget like this.

Story originally appeared on Colts Wire