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April 24: As the Colts continue to transition to a 3-4 defense pass rushers are at a premium for the team, and Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that one such player the Colts have done a "lot" of homework on is Florida State's Tank Carradine, who should be available when Indianapolis picks at 24.
April 20: The Indianapolis Colts were one of many teams in attendance at a "personal pro day" on Saturday. According to Joe Reedy of The Cincinnati Enquirer, representatives from the team were in attendance for the workout of Florida State defensive end Tank Carradine, who is projected by most pundits to be a late-first or early-second round selection.
April 19: The Indianapolis Colts aren't containing their player visits to the so-called "big names". On Friday, the Colts hosted a pair of small-school prospects, hosting New Mexico State cornerback Jeremy Harris and Montana fullback Dan Moore according to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com.
April 16: As voluntary workouts get underway across the NFL the Colts are also ramping up their player visits. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the team began a two-day meeting on Tuesday with SMU defensive end Margus Hunt.
Beat writer Mike Chappell of The Indianapolis Star also reports that the Colts have visited with USC wideout Robert Woods, who like Hunt is widely viewed as a late-first or early-second round prospect.
April 13: Outside linebacker is a position of need for the Indianapolis Colts, and the team may be looking to address that need a bit later in the 2013 NFL draft. On Saturday the Colts hosted Connecticut defensive end Trevardo Williams according to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com.
The 241-pound Williams, who had 30.5 sacks over his career with the Huskies, is viewed as a third-round prospect by many scouts, and projects best as a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL.
April 11: It's rather unlikely that he'll still be on the board when the Colts pick in the first round, but Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones, who would be a very interesting fit in Indy's 3-4 front, tweeted Thursday that he was in Indianapolis and visiting with the team.
April 9: The Indianapolis Colts are transitioning to power-running attack under new offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton, and it appears that the team is looking at some later-round prospects to potentially bolster the ground game.
Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reported Tuesday that the Colts will bring in LSU running back Spencer Ware, who projects as a fifth or sixth-round pick in April's NFL draft, in for a workout.
April 5: The Indianapolis Colts could be looking to a small-school star to bolster their receiving corps. As Gil Brandt of NFL.com reported, the team has scheduled a workout with Elon wide receiver Aaron Mellette, who led all FCS players in both catches and receiving yards in 2012.
Mellette is only the latest in a number of players that the Colts have had in for visits so far this year according to Draftace.com.
Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
Tyrone Goard, WR, Eastern Kentucky
MarQueis Gray, TE, Minnesota
Michael Williams, TE, Alabama
Edmund Kugbila, OG, Valdosta State
Duke Williams, S, Nevada
Patrick Murray, K, Fordham
Kevin McDermott, LS, UCLA