You can see my full write up for the Colts here.
It is hard not to like the Kendall Wright selection. He will be a great playmaker for the Titans going forward. The only thing I would knock it is the fact that they really needed Interior Line help and David DeCastro was still on the board. The selection of Brown and Martin filled needs (not their biggest needs but still needs) and both were selected around where they should have been selected. Taylor Thompson and Markelle Martin both filled needs and were both great value (Martin particularly), while Solomon was a decent depth selection. The only pick I would knock is Coty Sensabaugh who I had going a round or so later but it fills a need and he was rising in draft boards so as a knock it isn't a big one.
Overall it was a good, efficient draft from the Titans. There weren't any massive reaches (even Sensabaugh wasn't a massive reach) while filling some needs. They didn't get great value in the early rounds (all the picks were taken round about where they should have) and didn't address the interior line when there was an elite prospect with great value available.
I weight picks when evaluating drafts with the top selections meaning more than the bottom ones. That is the only saving grace the Jaguars actually possess. Their first two selections were very good. They filled needs and they got value out of the picks (especially Branch). I liked the Harris selection. It filled some depth needs at CB and got decent enough value for him. It all goes epically downhill from there. They drafted a ******* Punter in the 3rd Round. I know they struggled in that area of the game since losing Podlesh but seriously a ******* Punter in the 3rd Round? Other epic picks where when they drafted Brandon Marshall, a player who probably shouldn't have been drafted, in the 5th Round, at a position where they are relatively settled and drafting Jeris Pendleton, a player who I had never heard of, who played for a school that I had never heard of.
I didn't particularly dislike the Mercilus selection. It was the probable range for him and fit some degree of a need. They had bigger needs and there were better players but it wasn't ridiculous either way. I thought Brooks was one of their better picks. It was good value and filled one of their biggest needs, while Jones was taken right about where he should go and again fits some degree of a need. Lastly Jared Crick was a great selection. I had Crick rated as a 2nd Round pick so for him to drop to the bottom of the 4th is great value, while they could do with some depth behind Watt and Smith, maybe even having someone to challenge Smith.
Here is the bad bit though. WR was a big need, as was Placekicker and Right Tackle. The problem is that I had Posey rated as a 6th Round pick and didn't have Martin, Bullock or Mondek getting drafted.