After a fantastic 2012 NFL draft, a pleasantly shocking 2012 season and a productive 2013 free agency period, Ryan Grigson has finally come to his second NFL draft. With an incredibly beneficial position in the 2012 draft, it will be a little more challenging this time around.
Grigson has a chance to truly show his drafting prowess this year, with a draft chock-full of depth and no Andrew Luck to ensure success at the top. With many holes on the team, the Colts need each and every pick to count, especially if they wish to contend with Houston for the division title in 2013 and continue to move toward Super Bowl contention.
While the first round decision last season was easy, there's no Andrew Luck waiting for the Colts in 2013. The Colts didn't go with conventional thought by picking Bjoern Werner in the first round, and fans may not recognize names later in the draft picked by Grigson either. However, a need has been filled, and expect other needs such as defensive back, offensive line and defensive line to be addressed over the next few days as well.
There certainly will be surprises and disappointments, but one thing is certain: Comprehensive coverage and analysis will follow every move. Keep this page open throughout the draft, as it will be updated with each move the Colts make over the weekend.