The Indianapolis Colts are working out former Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, according to senior NFL reporter for Sports Illustrated Albert Breer.

"The Colts are working out both Ohio State QB CJ Stroud and Alabama QB Bryce Young today in Southern California (where the QBs are training), per sources. Indy was sparsely repped at the QB Pro Days, preferring to do it this way. They'll get a close look at all the top QBs," tweeted Breer.

The Colts are set to select the No. 4 overall pick and have been mocked to select a quarterback. 

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In his collegiate career, Young went 624-of-949 for 8,356 yards, 80 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions, as well as 139 rush attempts for 162 yards and seven touchdowns.

He has the talent to be a successful quarterback in the league and would be a great fit for a team like Indianapolis.

The Colts desperately need a quarterback to build around. Last season, they were led by 37-year-old Matt Ryan. The team went 4-12-1 in 2022 and finished No. 3 in the AFC South.

The Colts current rostered quarterbacks are Sam Ehlinger, Gardner Minshew, and Nick Foles.

If selected by the Colts, Young would join former Alabama cornerback Tony Brown and center Ryan Kelly in Indianapolis.

The 2023 NFL Draft starts on Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 7 p.m. CT.

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