Colts 15 Undrafted Free Agents: Comprehensive Breakdown

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Sep 27, 2014; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers wide receiver Quan Bray (4) reacts to a touchdown during the second half against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Jordan Hare Stadium. Auburn won 45-17. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Quan Bray, WR Auburn

Analysis: The 5’10, 195 pound Bray was overshadowed at wideout for Auburn, but really made his mark on special teams where he was one of the SEC’s top returnman. On the season, Bray had 15 punt returns for 18.1 yards per return average and had 2 touchdowns. He was named the SEC Special Teams Player of the Week on September 29th.

Still, Bray can play some wideout, as he had 39 receptions for 471 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns for the Tigers last season. However, if he wants to stick with the Colts, he’ll likely have to do it as the team’s 5th wideout mainly because of his special teams prowess, which won’t be easy in what’s now a loaded wide receiving group.

The Colts just drafted Phillip Dorsett with their 1st round pick, and it looks as though he’ll get the first crack at becoming the team’s primary returnman for next season. Should he falter, a special teams standout like Bray suddenly has a much greater chance of making the Colts active roster.

According to NFLDraftScout’s Rob Rang, Bray “is quicker than fast and projects as a slot receiver and returner at the next level”.