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2013 NFL Draft: Colts Show Interest In Western Michigan QB Alex Carder & Valdosta State Guard Edmund Kugbila

Colts taking an interest in Western Michigan quarterback Alex Carter and Valdosta State offensive guard Edmund Kugbila.

Gregory Shamus

We have a couple of more reports on 2013 NFL Draft prospects that the Indianapolis Colts are showing interest in. The first comes from our friend Alex Marvez of

Carder participated in the NFL's Super Regional Combine today in North Texas at Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Carder played in only six games for Western Michigan in 2012, but over the course of of four years there, he threw for 8,886 yards and 74 TDs. Carder had surgery during the 2012 season on his throwing hand, forcing him to miss six games. He returned and played in the final two games.

The other prospect report comes from Aaron Wilson of

Valdosta State offensive guard Edmund Kugbila is visiting the Indianapois Colts today and Tuesday, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.

Kugbila is projected by draft analysts to be drafted somewhere between the third round and fourth round.

Kugbila is 6'4, 317 lb. According to Wilson, Kugbila was recruited by several SEC schools, including Alabama, but enrolled at Valdosta State due to his SAT score.