Most NFL franchises are spending hundreds of hours debating potential first-round picks. The Indianapolis Colts don't have that luxury, having traded their first-round pick to the Cleveland Browns last September for running back Trent Richardson.
That makes their second-round pick even more crucial.
Having a lackluster rookie class last season, in addition to Richardson disappointing in Indianapolis, means the Colts' 2014 draft class could play an even larger role quickly. It all starts with the Colts' second and third-round picks, which could yield starters in a draft as deep as the 2014 draft.
We've talked a lot about potential picks to Indianapolis, but what kind of odds do each actually have? With so many different possibilities, the Colts have all kinds of flexibility with the No. 59 overall pick. What direction will they actually go?