Round 2, No. 59 overall
WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
I targeted Matthews for Indianapolis early on in the draft process, and I still think he can be one of the draft's best possession receivers. With so many receivers left after one round, it's conceivable that he could drop into the late second. But, if he doesn't, there's other receiving options that may be.
Other receiving options: Jarvis Landry, Donte Moncrief, Davante Adams, Cody Latimer, Allen Robinson
DE Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State
One of the best potential edge-rushers available, Lawrence fits the profile of a rush outside linebacker beautifully and would be able to sit behind Robert Mathis and learn before being asked to take on a starting role.
Other edge-rushers available: Jeremiah Attaochu, Kyle Van Noy, Carl Bradford
G Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA
It's hard to imagine Su'a-Filo lasting until No. 59, but if he slides down into the mid-second, he may be worth trading up for. Su'a-Filo is a phenomenal guard prospect who would solidify the Colts' shaky interior line.
Other interior line prospects: Joel Bitonio, Marcus Martin, Weston Richburg
Round 3, No. 90 overall
S Ed Reynolds, Stanford
I've targeted Reynolds in mocks before, and while he's not the guy I'd be ecstatic about getting, the run on safeties makes him the next realistic prospect. Reynolds wouldn't be an impact starter right away, but he could contribute from the get-go and could develop into a high-quality, versatile safety.
Other safeties: Dion Bailey, Marqueston Huff
NT DaQuan Jones, Penn State
The Colts depth chart is low on nose tackles, and if Jones falls into the third round, he definitely will get looks from Indianapolis. Some have Jones as a second-rounder, but I would target him in the third if I was in the Colts war room.
Other nose tackles: Justin Ellis, Daniel McCullers
CB Jaylen Watkins, Florida
A "football player," Watkins' only problem would be figuring out how best to use him. Watkins has a plethora of athletic ability and has played both cornerback and safety at Florida. He needs some refinement, but would be an excellent piece for defensive coordinator Greg Manusky to use.
Other corners to watch: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Antone Exum, E.J. Gaines, Phillip Gaines