The clock was still ticking, but the Colts didn’t need the entire five minutes wasting no time to take DL Henry Anderson out of the University of Stanford.
Soak it in because this pick is one the Colts will treasure for a long time.
Check out all the praise he is getting.
New Colts DL Henry Anderson had a Pass Rushing Productivity Rating of 12.1, the best of and draft eligible...
The Indianapolis Colts have selected defensive end Henry Anderson from Stanford University as the 93rd overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.The Colts continue to address their needs on defense on Day 2 of the draft. After selecting D'Joun Smith earlier in Round 3 to help their secondary, the Colts selected Anderson to help their front seven that struggled at times last season, especially...
With the Colts’ 3rd pick, they drafted DE Henry Anderson. Grigson is indeed addressing the defense after all.
Colts’ Twitter was/is in love with Anderson – even the 1000 mocks I did leading up to the draft had Anderson in about 50% of them. Aside from Nose Tackle, Defensive End was a need for the Colts after they opted not to re-sign Cory Redding.
At the NFL Combine Anderson...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indianapolis has selected defensive end Henry Anderson of Stanford with their second pick in the third round of the NFL draft.
At 6-foot-6, 287 pounds, the Colts are hoping Anderson will help them put pressure on quarterbacks and help improve a run defense that struggled last season. He was taken 93rd overall.
Indy also selected 5-foot-10, 190-pound cornerback...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago
Only three players from the Bay Area's college football teams are locks for to be drafted, and all three are from Stanford: offensive tackle Andrus Peat, cornerback Alex Carter and defensive end Henry Anderson.
As we delve further into the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, our attention has begun to shift towards the draft. Like we’ve done in the past, these reports will cover the prospects of the 2015 NFL Draft, placing an emphasis on those who could help the Steelers the most. Our second defensive lineman prospect of this series. […]
2015 NFL Draft Player Profiles: Stanford DE Henry...
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Stanford started this season with all kinds of questions about how it would replace a respected coordinator and a star-laden lineup on defense.
Nobody is wondering anymore.
The 16th-ranked Cardinal (2-1) have two shutouts already entering Saturday's game at Washington (4-0). Stanford leads the country in scoring defense (4.3 points), total defense (204.3 yards...
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September 23, 2014