Finding a tight end to pair with Jack Doyle would be a very good idea for the Colts, especially after Eric Ebron left in free agency. LSU’s Stephen Sullivan didn’t get a lot of opportunities at LSU this past season (just 12 catches for 130 yards), but he showed off his skills at the Senior Bowl in January.
Sullivan is a very good pass catching threat with quick twitch and the ability to stretch the field up the seam. He also showed some tenacity as a blocker down in Mobile. This tight end class, while not loaded, has some diamonds in the rough, and Sullivan is one of them.
Finding some more help on the edge is a good call for Indy, especially since Justin Houston is getting up there in age. Ben Banogu is still developing, and Kemoko Turay needs to stay healthy. Adding Derek Tuszka to the fold would be fun. Tuszka tested well at the combine, especially in the three cone, and has some twitch coming off the edge. He was also very productive in college (13.5 sacks, 19 TFLs).
Darius Anderson rounds out this draft for the Colts. Marlon Mack could walk after the season, so finding more backs to add to the committee is a good idea.
Anderson has the burst and quickness to make defenders miss and break off big runs. He also is a force in the passing game, and could challenge Nyheim Hines for an Austin Ekeler type role. There’s a chance he sees some playing time in 2020.