James Aiono, DE, Utah
Formerly the No. 1 junior college prospect in the country, Aiono struggled with Utah. He started only two games over the last two seasons but did play in 23 games total. Could play DT or DE but really lacks the ability to do either at a professional level. However, the team lacks defensive ends and may end up keeping him out of necessity.
Chigbo Anunoby, NT, Morehouse
Great fit with the Colts' new direction but didn't consistently overpower the weak competition he faced at the collegiate level. At 6'4" and nearly 330 pounds, would be a valuable asset in the middle if he improved on his game. On a team as starved for nose tackles as the Colts, he's got a shot to make the squad.
Steven Baker, OT, East Carolina
Has the frame you want in a left tackle. Stands 6'8" and tips the scale at 300 pounds. His reach, coupled with his above-average athleticism (4.9 40-yard dash) are enticing. However, he managed only 22 reps on the bench at his pro day. Could make the team in the future, but wouldn't expect him in 2012. Colts offensive line is pretty full at the moment.
Jerry Brown, DE/OLB, Illinois
Former Illinois DE/OLB that's sort of a "tweener." He's not athletic enough to play outside linebacker but lacks the size to be an effective defensive end. He most recently played football for the San Antonio Talons of the Arena Football League. If he goes Beast Mode in camp, he could make the team, but I don't see it happening.
Cameron Chism, DB, Maryland
Chism is an undersized corner who lacks exceptional speed. His ball skills are below average and he struggles in press coverage due to his size. Has fluid hips but doesn't locate the ball well and easily gets out-muscled by receivers. Which corners make the roster is a toss up at this point, since none of them are very good.
Antonio Fenelus, DB, Wisconsin
Another undersized corner, but Fenelus sticks to his man well in man coverage. He displays strong technique in pressing bigger receivers, which allows him good positioning off the line. Has good but not great speed and average ball skills. Fenelus could make the roster on account of his experience and ability in man coverage.
Jason Foster, G, Rhode Island
A four-year starter at left tackle for Rhode Island, Foster is nothing if not experienced. While he projects better as a guard in the NFL, his experience and leadership will always be invaluable. The guard position is pretty backed up for the Colts already, but Foster definitely has a chance.
Hayworth Hicks, G, Iowa State
Huge get for the Colts. Hicks was second team All-Big 12 last season, and I'm not entirely sure how he managed to go undrafted. He's a mauler in the run game, which the Colts will look to feature this season. If Hicks doesn't make the final roster, expect to see him with another team. He will be sprung from the practice squad right quick.
Buddy Jackson, DB, Pittsburgh
Got off to a good start with the Colts, as he played with the first team defense during rookie minicamp. However, he ended up sustaining an undisclosed injury and was sidelined. He's a bit taller at 6'1" but never made a huge impact in college. There's a spot with his name on it if he shows well in training camp.
Dominique Jones, TE, Shepherd
Virtually a lock to make the team. Coach Pagano loves his size/speed combination and has already gone on record talking about the team experimenting with formations featuring three tight ends. This guy could be a difference maker.
Larry Lumpkin, ILB, Carson-Newman
Lumpkin was available during the NFL's supplemental draft but was not selected. Instead, the Colts were able to pick him up without sacrificing a draft pick. For a team that is severely undermanned at ILB, Lumpkin has a decent shot at making the cut.
Matt Merletti, DB, North Carolina
A kid with an awesome story, Merletti is in a pretty good spot. The Colts lack quality players (a trend) at the safety position. He's pretty undersized but plays with heart and contributes on special teams. If the team keeps a question mark at any position, Merletti would be a good gamble.
Jabin Sambrano, WR, Montana
Sambrano was arguably the most impressive receive in minicamp, and he's got a decent chance of making the roster. He'll be fighting for the last spot with guys like Griff Whalen and Quan Cosby.
Brian Stahovich, P, San Diego State
Not sure why the Colts would sign another punter. Pat McAfee has been above-average since coming into the league and even possesses place-kicking abilities if Adam Vinatieri should get hurt. Doesn't make a lot of sense overall, and Stahovich probably won't sniff the roster.
Latarrius Thomas, DB, Eastern Michigan
After missing most of 2010 with injury, he came back and recorded 79 tackles in 2011. He was third team All-MAC last year. He's got more of the prototypical size than someone like Merletti but has never lived up to his potential, which also forced him to transfer from Louisville to Eastern Michigan. The team may keep one between Merletti or Thomas.
Griff Whalen, WR, Stanford
One of Andrew Luck's most consistent targets in college. He lacks the physical traits to succeed at the next level. Most likely, his body simply wouldn't hold up. Pretty good hands, but sub-par quickness and speed. Special-teamer at best.