Despite a number of injuries and holes on their roster, the Indianapolis Colts have officially improved over last season with a successful 2013-14 campaign that includes an 11-5 regular season record and a playoff victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.
The good news for the Colts is that regardless of what happens for the rest of the postseason, they have a ton of emerging young talent that will likely be staying put for the next few seasons. The bad news is that there are still some obvious weaknesses that need to be addressed to make this an elite team, either through the NFL draft or free agency.
The NFL draft is four months away, but the Colts likely have been scouting college players for quite some time. They won't have a first-round pick after trading for Trent Richardson, but there are still some key names in later rounds that Colts fans should get to know, as they could be ideal prospects for the team to target in May.