The Colts' biggest remaining need is at safety, as they really don't have a good option to start alongside Mike Adams. Dewey McDonald? Winston Guy? Colt Anderson? Those names all might be considered, but only if the Colts don't add someone else this offseason.
The problem that they will encounter in trying to target the safety position in the draft is that there's really only one guy at the position worth taking in the first round, and that's Alabama's Landon Collins. He would be the best possible pick at number 29 for Indy, but there are questions about whether he will actually be there.
Luckily for the Colts, there's a chance he might be, and Mocking the Draft's Dan Kadar has that happening in his most recent mock draft - and of course, if Collins is there, the Colts need to take him.
29. Indianapolis Colts: Landon Collins, S, Alabama
The Colts have filled a lot of holes in free agency, but still don't have a lot of talent at safety. Veteran Mike Adams is solid, but his career is winding down. But who is the other starting safety? Collins could be a nice complement to Adams and really give Indianapolis a good run-stopping safety.
Collins would step in right away and start alongside Adams, giving the team a young presence alongside the veteran and a guy who could develop into a good safety at the NFL level. He would be a noticeable improvement at the position immediately and would bring a lot of potential too. In 2014 season at Alabama, Collins recorded 103 tackles (4.5 for loss), seven passes defensed, and three interceptions while being named a unanimous first-team All-American. It'd be a great pick for the Colts; the only question is whether he'll be available when they pick.