With the Colts' last notable free agency move likely coming this past week with the signing of Darrius Heyward-Bey, the Colts now look toward the draft, the true cornerstone of all great franchise-building.
The Colts were able to fill most of their holes through free agency, but still have a few starting positions that could use upgrading. While guard, outside linebacker and cornerback could still use a solid starter, the rest of the roster is begging for depth and star potential as well.
The Colts certainly don't have an optimal situation with this draft, as their lack of early to mid-round picks is a shame with the depth in this year's top 100 picks. Nevertheless, the Colts will be looking to add a few quality long-term players. Ryan Grigson may not be a free agency expert yet, but drafting is something he has been more than capable in.
The question now is which direction will he go in the 2013 NFL draft? With the plethora of average players signed to assume starting positions (although upgrades over their below-average 2012 counterparts), the Colts can really afford to go best player available throughout the draft. No position sticks out as a glaring weakness, although the entire roster still needs work to get to Super Bowl-contending position.