Using the FanSpeak Mock Draft program, I was able to come away with the following in the draft. My favorite one I've come up with yet, thought I'd share:
#59: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
I personally rank Latimer as a 1st round player, my #5 overall WR. He will be the #1 WR for the foreseeable future and has the talent to become a top 10 WR some day. Surefire Pro Bowl talent, IMO.
#90: Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
Bucannon is my #4 Safety in the class and would be a steal at 90. In all likelihood, he never reaches this spot (and maybe not even the 3rd round), but he is a tremendous talent and fits what the Colts want perfectly. We all want Indy to draft a FS, but they want a versatile SS that can play both positions and allow Landry to play deep. Bucannon fits this mold to a T. Deone is actually my odds on favorite to be the Colts' draft pick in Round 2. My money is on them trading up into the 50 range to draft Bucannon.
#166: Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech
Ellis is a monster of a man, and is exactly the kind of versatile D-Lineman that the Colts want. He could step right into the NT rotation and be really good, but can also play on passing downs and kick over to the 3 tech spot and rush the passer, as he is an exceptional penetrator. Another guy unlikely to fall this far, but well worth an early day 3 pick if they trade up.
#203: Aaron Lynch, DE, South Florida
Lynch is a gamble, but this late in the draft, I'm just looking for potential. If he is able to put it together, refine his techniquie, and keep his head on, Lynch could become a top noth pass rusher in Indy. Hopefully the coaching staff and Mathis will be able to coach him up and unleash all of his potential that he showed years ago.
#232: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
Colvin tore his ACL at the Senior Bowl, but was a top 10 CB before the injury. If he is able to recover, he should be able to became an eventual starter for the Colts. With some help from Pagano, he could refine his technique, and, with his physicality and size, become a really good corner.