Full Colts Scouting Guide to the 2013 Senior Bowl

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Full Colts Scouting Guide to the 2013 Senior Bowl
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Desmond Trufant (#6) could be a possible first round target for the Colts.

Despite earning a playoff berth in 2012, the Colts are still, for lack of a better word, rebuilding. Indianapolis has many holes to fill in order to become a legitimate contender in the AFC. 

Fortunately, with over $40 million in cap space this offseason, the Colts should be able to take a big step forward in the team-building process via free agency and the draft. As crucial as the Colts' No. 1 pick last year (Andrew Luck) was to last year's turnaround, this year's top pick is arguably even more important, as the Colts are missing their second rounder and have a much lower draft position.

One of the most important events before the 2013 NFL draft is the Senior Bowl, which showcases the nation's top seniors in a North-South showdown. Throughout the week, team scouts, general managers and media members have been in Mobile, Alabama in order to scout each and every practice in preparation for the draft. However, most fans will settle for simply watching the game on Saturday. 

So, when watching from a Colts' perspective, I've split it up into who fans should be focusing on when each unit is on the field. 

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