We have an article up at SB Nation Indiana detailing the teams who are scouting the annual East-West Shrine game and the players those teams are talking to at the game. In case you don't know, the East-West Shrine game is an annual post-season college football all-star game played each January since 1925. It is also an event that is heavily scouted by NFL personnel staff looking for potential players for their respective teams to select in the 2011 NFL Draft.
For the Colts, it should come as no surprise that the player they have been seen talking to is an offensive linemen: Caleb Schlauderaff, a guard from Utah. 6'4, 311 pounds, Schlauderaff was a Third Team All-American and Second Team All-Mountain West Conference. He had a team best 46 pancake blocks in 2010, starting 13 games at left guard.
The Browns, Patriots, and Eagles also showed interest in Schlauderaff.