Getting into the top five seems far-fetched, and the teams in the top five do need that talent. That being said, here some trades I believe the Colts could make come draft day.
The Chargers are looking to rebuild their roster to compete with the Chiefs. Moving back eight picks, they’d still have access to an offensive line to protect Justin Herbert. The likelihood of the Colts getting Penei Sewell is basically none, but the second-best tackle on the draft is Christian Darrisaw from Virginia Tech. At 6-5 and 314 pounds, Darrisaw would be a good fit for an offensive line with plenty of talent and could be developed into an elite talent for the next decade to come.
The Cowboys are a team that I find interesting. While cornerback is the most obvious choice for them, the lack of elite corner talent could lead to them falling back in the draft and drafting someone like Samuel Jr. or Greg Newsome II. The Colts could use this pick to draft Rashawn Slater from Northwestern. While a little bit smaller than Darrisaw, he’s faster and has slightly better footwork for his size.
Overall, I have faith Chris Ballard will make the right choices to get the right players, but don’t be surprised if a draft-day deal is done.