Even though the Colts don't have a center anymore, that's not going to stop them from looking at prospects at other positions prior to the 2014 NFL Draft. Per the intrepid reporter that is Aaron Wilson:
Aikens is a 6'0 corner weighing in at 205 lbs and runs a 4.47 40. Greg Gabriel of National Football Post describes his strengths thus:
Excellent size, good athlete, speed, dominates level of competition, off-man coverage, zone coverage, tackling, played well in All Star games.
His weaknesses are the level of competition at Liberty and that, according to Gabriel, he didn't play much press-man coverage. Aikens has upside, though. He's projecting somewhere in the late-second, early-third round.
Clemson wideout Martavis Bryant is a massive target: 6'4, 211 lbs. His final year at Clemson, Bryant received Honorable Mentioned All-ACC honors after appearing in 13 games with 11 starts. He caught 42 receptions for 828 yards. Bryant also returned kicks.
Mike Kaye of Bleeding Green Nation has a draft profile here. He notes Bryant's strengths:
Bryant is projected in the 3rd round by DraftTek.com.
Bryant is an athlete with terrific size and speed. He has good body control despite his size and his lanky frame allows him to go up over defensive backs. Despite his lack of bulk, Bryant is a willing blocker, who has success at doing it. He is a quality redzone target and is willing to fight for the ball in the air.