Back in December, Matt Miller and I took a look at the Indianapolis Colts' major draft needs heading into the NFL's offseason, knowing there was a good possibility that free agency could (and probably would) re-shape where the holes on the Colts roster were.
Well, second-year general manager Ryan Grigson certainly bought-in early and often when bringing in new talent for his young Colts team. While he probably overpaid for the likes of outside linebacker Erik Walden and safety LaRon Landry, he certainly bolstered his team's depth across the board.
In the video above, Matt and I recalibrate our assessment of which positions and prospects we see the Colts concentrating on in April's NFL draft. Let us know in the comments below where you agree or disagree and if there are any holes on the Colts roster you think we might have missed.