The Indianapolis Colts select cornerback Riley Moss in the sixth round (205th overall)
It took all the way until the sixth round, but here the Colts add depth to a position of need. Riley Moss is not the flashy player you would typically see at defensive back. However, he can be a solid depth piece. Moss would most likely play slot corner for Indianapolis. He could also be a valuable player for the special teams unit. Indy has done well in the past with defensive players that are drafted in the later rounds of the draft.
Riley Moss is not necessarily a ball hawking corner, but he did have 11 interceptions in five seasons. Moss also had three defensive touchdowns in college. Moss is a solid depth piece that could have the potential to become a valuable player with some development.
The Indianapolis Colts select defensive lineman Byron Young in the sixth round (212th overall)
This pick is the second part of the Rams trade made earlier in this mock draft. With this pick Indianapolis adds another solid depth piece to the defense. Byron Young is a bit slim for an interior lineman, but he has great athleticism. At just 245 pounds, Young will have to put on some weight at the next level. He still has some room to fill out his frame, but with that you risk losing some athleticism. His main struggles come due to his lack of size and strength. However, he still makes plays and was a productive player in college.
He was used as an edge rusher for a good bit of his time at Tennessee. However, he excels in run defense. With some added weight, I could see him make more of a shift inside. Young is a solid depth piece that could be used in different situations for Indy. With the Colts already having a solid defensive line, Young could slide right in and be a contributing depth player.