Colts’ updated draft pick order after Carson Wentz trade

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It happened. The Indianapolis Colts have traded for their new quarterback. In a Thursday afternoon blockbuster, the Colts agreed to acquire Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz for a pair of draft picks.

The trade, first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, includes Indianapolis trading a 2021 third-round pick (No. 85) and a 2022 second-round conditional pick that can turn into a first-round pick. We broke down the conditions of that 2022 pick.

With the Wentz trade, here’s an updated list on Indianapolis’ draft picks going into the 2021 NFL draft in April:

  • Round 1 — No. 21 overall

  • Round 2— No. 54 overall

  • Round 4 — No. 118 overall

  • Round 5 — No. 149 overall

  • Round 6 — No. 182 overall

  • Round 7 — No. 213 overall

Don’t be surprised if Chris Ballard looks to trade back at some point in the draft in April to re-coup draft assets over the next two years. That includes moving back from No. 21 since it may be clear the Colts likely aren’t moving up for a quarterback.

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