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Scouting Report: Chris Faulk - OT, LSU

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How much risk is an NFL team willing to take with a talented guy who didn't play in 2012? We'll find out with Chris Faulk.

Scouting Report: Jonathan Cyprien - SS, FIU

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Didn't the Colts draft a guy from Florida Int'l last year that worked out quite well? It might work again, this time in Round 1 with a hard-hitting Safety.

Scouting Report: Steve Williams - CB, California

1

The Colts will assuredly take a CB at some point in the draft. Here's a late rounder that flew a bit under the radar that could help on the outside.

Scouting Report: Keelan Johnson - SS, Arizona St.

1

Adding depth in the Secondary late in the draft is always a good idea, especially if a guy can cover WRs like a Corner, but hit like a Safety.

Scouting Report: Datone Jones - DE, UCLA

11

How about a guy who compares very well with Cory Redding? Meet Datone Jones from UCLA, a potential First Round DE.

Scouting Report: Chase Thomas - OLB, Stanford

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The Colts are raiding Palo Alto left and right. Why not a top-flight Defensive player as well?

Scouting Report: Markus Wheaton - WR, Oregon State

9

A Wide Receiver that models his game after Marvin Harrison? Where can I sign up for him?

Scouting Report: Trevardo Williams - OLB, UConn

2

Speed rushers don't grow on trees, but this one comes from Jamaica. Can Trevardo Williams be the next great Colts pass rusher?

Scouting Report: Nick Becton - OT, Virginia Tech

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It's not often you see projections of a prospect go from 3rd round to possibly undrafted, but Nick Becton is a classic case of draft potential.

Scouting Report: Cobi Hamilton - WR, Arkansas

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Could the Colts grab another starting WR in Round 4? Cobi Hamilton may be that guy.

Scouting Report: Braxston Cave - C, Notre Dame

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Late-round Center that got it done on the field both physically and mentally. I can't help endorse bringing a Notre Dame guy to Indianapolis.

Scouting Report: Robert Alford - CB, SE Louisiana

6

Small school guys that work their tail off and succeed with the big boys are guys to watch out for in the draft. Robert Alford is one of those guys, as he impressed scouts twice this offseason.

Scouting Report: Alvin Bailey - OG, Arkansas

4

A starting OL found in the 4th Round? Colts need to take advantage if Alvin Bailey is there to select.

Scouting Report: Jordan Poyer - CB, Oregon State

2

Nowadays you need three CBs to start with all the spread offense they see in the NFL. Jordan Poyer would start Day 1 for the Colts, if he can last until the 3rd Round.

Scouting Report: Dion Jordan - OLB, Oregon

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While he most likely won't be there for the Colts to choose at pick #24, Dion Jordan would be a great complement to Robert Mathis at OLB.

Scouting Report: Quanterus Smith - OLB, Western Ky

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Players coming off of an injury always have some value. Would the Colts be willing to draft another guy knowing he'd be out all of 2013? Quanterus Smith might just be worth it.

Colts Place Franchise Tag On Punter Pat McAfee

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A punter making nearly $3 Million next season? That's what Pat McAfee will get if he doesn't sign a long term deal this summer. And that's OK by me.

Scouting Report: Stefphon Jefferson - RB, Nevada

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Late round RBs have become all the rage in the NFL, including Vick Ballard from a year ago. Could the Colts try for another in 2013?

Scouting Report: Jeff Baca - OG, UCLA

3

Not many guys can be had in the late rounds that have started 20 games in college, let along a guy who has started 20+ games at two different positions. But this guy can, and he's incredibly quick on his feet.

Scouting Report: Johnathan Hankins - DE, Ohio St

3

Big, athletic Defensive Linemen don't just grow on trees, so you have to grab them when you get the chance. Will Johnathan Hankins be that guy for the Colts in Round 1?

Scouting Report: Dallas Thomas - OG, Tennessee

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Offensive Linemen that can play multiple positions are valuable commodities in today's NFL. Dallas Thomas tops that list this draft season, playing at a high level at both Guard and Tackle at Tennessee.

Scouting Report: Khaseem Greene - LB, Rutgers

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A former Safety turned Linebacker that excelled at his new position, Khaseem Greene would help the Colts pass defense immediately covering the middle of the field.

Scouting Report: Aaron Dobson - WR, Marshall

6

Big, tall receiver that makes insane catches. Sound familiar to anyone Colts fans? Meet Aaron Dobson from Marshall.

Scouting Report: Alec Lemon - WR, Syracuse

2

Is this the year for the Colts to get a guy that plays similarly to Reggie Wayne? A late-round guy with lots of college production might be the answer.

Scouting Report: Ray Graham - RB, Pittsburgh

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Running back is always a position that teams should be on the lookout for late-round steals, and Pitt's Ray Graham definitely fits that bill.

Previewing the 2013 NFL Combine: Secondary

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The Colts only have one CB that played significant minutes on the roster for 2013, and it's time for an upgrade at Strong Safety. Who's going to join Antoine Bethea and Vontae Davis?

Previewing the 2013 NFL Combine: Linebackers

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The Outside LBs are deep at the top, while the Inside guys are deep in the later rounds, which fits the Colts roster pretty well. Can they upgrade their pass rush early on?

Previewing the 2013 NFL Combine: Defensive Line

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The most important position in a 3-4 Defense lives in the middle of the Defensive Line, and the Colts need a talent influx flanking the guy in the center. Thankfully, this class is deep when it comes to the Defensive Line, and the Colts need to take

Previewing the 2013 NFL Combine: Skill Positions

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The Colts loaded up with skill position players in the 2012 draft, but will they take any more in 2013? There's several positions that could use an upgrade.

Previewing the 2013 NFL Combine: Offensive Line

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Four of the five Offensive Line spots could be replaced either through the draft or via Free Agency. Here's a look at the draft guys who could end up bolstering the Colts up front protection of Andrew Luck.

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