Here is a Friday round-up of what people are mocking at the Indianapolis Colts' No. 24 spot for the 2013 NFL Draft.
The Indianapolis Colts had one of the league's worst defensive lines in 2012. With Josh Chapman plugged in as the nose tackle in the team's 3-4 defense, the Colts need to solidify the end positions. Sharrif Floyd is a perfect fit given his length and quickness.
24. Indianapolis Colts - Jonathan Banks, DB, Mississippi State
Analysis: The Colts are in a range where they might get some phone calls for potential trades. I can imagine teams drafting early in the second round moving here to get a QB in a decent value range. If Indy stays, the Colts can go a few different ways. If they really like an O-lineman here, I think that's a smart play because they simply have to do more to protect the future of the franchise. But we know the defense could use help in a few places, and the chance to take the second-best CB in the draft is something that could make sense here. Banks can start early and help this defense.
24. Indianapolis Colts: John Jenkins, NT, Georgia
Antonio Johnson's contract is up, but he was playing out of position anyway. A nose tackle upgrade is needed, as the Colts had major issues stopping the run this past season.