The Colts surprised fans and analysts alike by taking Bjoern Werner over teammate Tank Carradine in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft, but still filled the pass-rushing need, leaving the rest of my mock relatively unchanged.
The Colts still have holes throughout the roster, especially at interior offensive line, defensive line, cornerback, safety, and wide receiver. With five picks left, they have the means to address each of them, even if some of the late-round picks won't likely pan out.
Werner looks to be a fit at the strong-side outside linebacker position for Indianapolis, and an eventual starter. Their likelihood of finding other starters in the rest of this draft drops dramatically as the draft progresses. But there is depth in the draft in the middle rounds, where the offensive and defensive lines, as well as cornerback, look to have some eventual starters hidden.
With one big need addressed, where will the Colts look from here on out?