Indianapolis Colts: Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 Draft

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Indianapolis Colts: Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 Draft
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As we continue with our offseason coverage, we start to turn our gaze toward the draft, with our minds on team-specific needs and fits. For the Indianapolis Colts, there are plenty of needs to fill, although not as many draft picks to fill them. 

With their five draft picks in mind, here are six positions the Colts could be looking for starter-type players in the 2014 draft, some top fits early in the draft and their pro-player comparisons. The positions I looked at for Indianapolis included wide receiver, running back, defensive line, inside linebacker, cornerback and safety. 

While the Colts could look at interior offensive line as well, it's difficult to see them spending another high pick on a lineman after spending their third and fourth-round picks on Hugh Thornton and Khaled Holmes last season. With Donald Thomas returning from injury and Samson Satele being a prime waiver candidate, center could be the only major lineup change in 2014. 

Keeping that in mind, here are some potential fits for the 2014 Colts to keep an eye on. 

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