In what ended up being his last draft with the Colts, Grigson had eight selections.
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- Center Ryan Kelly (18th overall)
- Safety T.J. Green (57th overall)
- Offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark (82nd overall)
- Defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway (116th overall)
- Linebacker Antonio Morrison (125th overall)
- Offensive tackle Joe Haeg (155th overall)
- Linebacker Trevor Bates (239th overall)
- Center Austin Blythe (248th overall)
Kelly has been a solid center so far for the Colts, and the team should be hopeful that he can bounce back from his season ending injury in 2017.
Clark and Haeg have both gotten some playing time on the offensive line and have looked unspectacular at best while doing so. Green and Morrison have both played a fair amount defensively, but they are both replacement-level players.
Ridgeway has been a rotational player on the defensive line and has also been uninspiring. Bates and Blythe rounded out this draft and are no longer with the Colts.
Even though this draft was so recent, it seems likely that Kelly will be the only player who will have a significant long term career with the Colts.