As draft preparation ramps up, NFL scouts and analysts alike look to college All-Star games (and the weeks leading up to them) for more hints at who will be successful NFL players. This Saturday marks the annual Senior Bowl, generally considered the top collegiate All-Star game.
The Indianapolis Colts have a litany of needs as they go into the 2014 draft, even if they are lacking in picks. So who can we watch for as potential prospects for Indianapolis in Saturday's Senior Bowl?
We'll be looking at the positions that are most likely to be targets in the draft based on need. Those include running back, wide receiver, defensive line, inside linebacker and secondary. While the Colts could realistically make a pick at any position, those are the positions that most need an infusion of young talent with an eye towards long-term production.
So, with no further ado, here is your scouting guide to the 2014 Senior Bowl.