Janoris Jenkins finished his college career at Division II North Alabama, but is better known as a Florida Gator, having spent the first three years of his college career in Gainesville.
The cornerback made the move from the SEC to the Gulf South Conference due to his dismissal from Florida in April 2011, which was the result of a number of off-the-field incidents.
These problems have given draft observers pause, with some mock drafts seeing Jenkins taken in the first round and others not taking him off the board until Round 3.
What is clear however, is that Jenkins has first-round talent, so at least from an on-the-field perspective, he would be a great value for the Colts in Round 2.
Playing in the SEC for three seasons, Jenkins had eight career interceptions with Florida, in addition to 121 tackles and a pair of forced fumbles.
But the numbers that really make Jenkins stand out came in performances against college football's best receivers.
In 2009 and 2010, when matching up against future first-round picks AJ Green and Julio Jones, Jenkins shut them down completely.
In four games against Jenkins between the two, neither Green nor Jones exceeded 50 yards receiving once, and combined for only 13 catches.
Indianapolis has a need at corner, in that they lack skilled players at the position.
Also, the new defensive scheme brought in by head coach Chuck Pagano will ask more from the corners in terms of coverage than the previous Cover 2 scheme, making it even more important to have talent there.
Granted, the character issues raise yellow flags, but at No. 34, Jenkins warrants strong consideration if he is still on the board.