Despite the Colts' first-round pick resting in the bottom of Trent Richardson's locker room, fans are eagerly awaiting the most exciting annual offseason event. Even with just five picks, there has been plenty of discussions (or heated debates) about which direction the Colts will go. This week, we finally discover what the front office's plan is.
Are they going to try to fill an immediate need with their early picks by drafting a center, safety or both in the second or third round? Are they going to look for long-term needs and think about future starters at outside linebackers, wide receiver and cornerback? What about depth offensive skill players at running back and tight end? Are those an option late in the draft?
We know that the team has a plethora of needs but just a few picks to use. We know that Ryan Grigson has an extensive history of moving draft picks around. What we don't know is just how that translates to a 2014 draft strategy. I'm of the opinion that the Colts will trade at least once in this draft, but it's all dependent on finding a trade partner.
No matter what happens, we'll be on top of it here, with instant news, reactions and grades for each pick. Be sure to keep this slideshow open throughout the weekend to get the up-to-the-minute analysis.