13. Blair White- With only one year under his belt, he has a long way to go to move up this list.
12. Eric Foster- Foster's drive and versatility as a Raheem Brock type on the defensive line make him a valuable back-up for the Colts.
11. Kyle DeVan- A hard worker with good technique, DeVan looks to be a steady role player for the offensive line.
10. Jacob Lacey- Another young player with promise, Lacey needs to push past a poor sophomore season to prove his mettle.
9. Daniel Muir- A borderline starter but a solid back-up, Muir is a guy you like to have around.
8. Melvin Bullitt- As a well-rounded safety, Bullitt has established himself as a starter-quality player. Hopefully the Colts can keep him!
7. Terrence Wilkins- In the past decade, no one has been better at returning kicks for the Colts. He's a shoo-in for the top ten.
6. Ryan Lilja- Almost always an effective blocker, Lilja is in the upper tier of guards in the NFL.
5. Dominic Rhodes- With good instincts, soft hands and a nose for the first-down line, Rhodes has been a good change-of-pace back for most of his career.
4. Casey Wiegmann- Solid and reliable, Wiegmann has carved a stellar career for himself as a center in the NFL.
3. Gary Brackett- A defensive captain, a great coverage middle linebacker and an all-around good guy, Brackett easily makes it into the top three.
2. Adam Vinatieri- He's as automatic at place kicker as the transmission on a Driver's Ed car.
1. Jeff Saturday- Saturday's nearly Hall of Fame-worthy career at a difficult position entrench him at the top of this list.