The Indianapolis Colts had practice on Tuesday, and there was one player in his helmet that got a lot of attention. Starting quarterback Andrew Luck is back on the field with his team, which is huge news for not only the organization, but for the NFL as a league. Luck is still one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, and having him back healthy changes everything for the Colts in the AFC South this season.
With Luck back on the field, the Colts can shift their attention to putting some bodies in front of him this offseason. With the sixth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Colts should look to add the best offensive lineman this draft class has to offer. That player would be Quenton Nelson, who is an absolute monster from his offensive guard position.
Sure, it is rare for a guard to go before a tackle as the top lineman in the draft, but Nelson is a different kind of cat. He has the ability to be an All-Pro player at the next level, and is one of those draft prospects you can be safe in picking. It is about time the Colts made the investments in protecting Luck, as we all saw last year what this team is when he is not under center.