So far this offseason, the Indianapolis Colts have been very busy.
The Colts have made some marquee moves and with the NFL draft fast approaching, they will be looking to add even more talent.
Some of that talent could even include more offensive lineman.
The Colts have a need on the offensive line, which means Damien Lewis is one potential player that the Colts should have on their eye on.
It seems that has been the case.
According to Draft Wire’s Justin Melo, the Colts are a team that Damien Lewis has met remotely with.
— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 27, 2020
Impressive Draft Prospect
Damien Lewis won the 2019 National Championship with LSU.
Do yourself a favor and watch LSU’s Damien Lewis (RG).
— Austin Gayle (@PFF_AustinGayle) January 25, 2020
Lewis is an impressive athlete, and definitely upped his draft stock at the Senior Bowl with an impressive performance.
At 6’2 and 327 pounds, he started 27 straight games at right guard in his junior and senior years.
He earned First-Team All-American and All-SEC 2nd-team honors in 2019.
Lewis had no D1 scholarship offers coming out of high school.
“It’s me or you and I’m gonna choose me over you every time, so I gotta put you down. I’ll chase you down or throw you outta bounds or land on top of you. I’m setting the tone early.”
~~ LSU OG Damien Lewis (@Damienlewis72)
Who doesn’t love a lineman with this mindset?? pic.twitter.com/rhBh4KMdnE
— Zach Hicks (@ZachHicks2) March 23, 2020
Colts Should Have Lewis High on Draft Board
If he is on the Colts board, the Colts will get an impressive athlete and one who is ready to prove himself.
In an Interview with Draft Wire, Damien Lewis certainly already has a veteran attitude that will definitely benefit the Colts offensive line.
“I’m a guy that’s come in ready to embrace a leadership role. I’m a vocal leader. I always put my best foot forward and commit myself. I’m going to give it my all. I love to compete, and I love playing for my teammates. I’m going to play at a high level because I love the game of football”
The definitely sounds like someone who would make a great addition to the Colts line.NEXT: Should Head Coach Frank Reich Be On The Hot Seat In 2020?