5 cornerback prospects that are great fits for the Colts

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Julius Brents has to be the prospect who Colts fans are most familiar with at this point, and for good reason. The Indianapolis-native is a Warren Central high school alum and began his collegiate career at Iowa before transferring to Kansas State.

You've heard it all by now, but Brents is the perfect trifecta of big, long and fast. Despite being a bigger corner, Brents possesses great hip fluidity. He is seemingly never out of a position as his athleticism and instincts allow him to redirect and make plays.

Brents has already met with the Indy brass at the NFL Scouting Combine and for a top-30 visit, while returning to Indianapolis for the Colts local pro day, so the interest is certainly there.

Needless to say, Brents is a perfect fit for the Colts, especially for what GM Chris Ballard looks for in a prospects, as well as what DC Gus Bradley is searching for in a strong-side cornerback for his Cover 3-centric defense. The match seems like one made in heaven, so don't be surprised if you see Brents heading to Indy via the 35th pick.