Colts finalize contract with Adonai Mitchell, completing signing of entire draft class

The Colts have successfully signed all of their draft picks, finalizing the last deal with wide receiver Adonai Mitchell on Thursday. Mitchell, who was selected 52nd overall in the draft, is the ninth player in the Colts’ class to sign their four-year rookie contracts.

During his time at Texas, Mitchell displayed impressive stats with 93 catches for 1,405 yards and 18 touchdowns in 35 games. Despite projections that he might be selected higher in the draft, Mitchell ended up being chosen by the Colts.

Following the draft, there were rumors questioning Mitchell’s attitude. However, Colts General Manager Chris Ballard dismissed them as “bullshit.” Mitchell himself expressed some disappointment in his draft position and chose to wear number 10 as motivation due to the ten receivers drafted ahead of him this year. It’s clear that Mitchell is using these perceptions as fuel to prove himself in the NFL and Ballard may end up being pleasantly surprised by Mitchell’s performance on the field for Indianapolis.

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