The Colts rookie minicamp begins Thursday, May 9th, and it looks as if more than a few of the team's 2013 draft picks will be signed by the time the first practice starts.
Per Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, the Colts have "agreed to terms" with sixth round pick John Boyett and their 'Mr. Irrelevant' selection, Justice Cunningham. I have "agreed to terms" in quotes up there because that basically means that the Colts and the agents representing the two players have agreed to the basic tenets of the contracts. Nothing has been signed yet.
Boyett was taken No. 192 overall. He played safety at Oregon and looked to be heading into his senior year posed to showcase some serious talent. Then, he needed surgey on both his knees, and was lost after the first game of the 2012 college football season. Boyett still isn't 100%, and isn't likely to participate much in practices at minicamp.
Cunningham was the final pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, taken 254 overall out of South Carolina. At 6'4, 264 pounds, he's a big target as a tight end. However, with Coby Fleener, Dwayne Allen, and Weslye Saunders firmly entrenched with roster spots, there might not be a place for Cunningham.