The first three rounds of the NFL Draft have come and gone, but we've still got four more rounds to go. The third and final day of the draft kicks off at 12 p.m. ET tomorrow with rounds four through seven, and the Colts will have five picks (thanks in large part to their trade on Friday night).
The Colts will have the 116th overall pick (fourth round), the 125th overall pick (fourth round - from the Packers), the 155th overall pick (fifth round), the 239th overall pick (seventh round), and the 248th overall pick (seventh round - from the Packers). With a handful of picks to work with, the Colts will have a chance to add more talent to their roster, and there certainly is plenty of talent left on the board. Let's take a look at just a few of the top names left for the Colts entering day three (in no particular order), based loosely on SB Nation's and Dan Kadar's best available rankings:
Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor
The biggest surprise player still left on the board is Andrew BIllings, a defensive lineman who received first or second round hype for much of the draft process. He's still available entering the fourth round, however, so teams obviously weren't as high on him as many analysts were. Still, though, you've got to think that Billings will go in the fourth round, and if he's still there when the Colts pick, it might make sense.
Sheldon Day, DL, Notre Dame
The question with Sheldon Day is where exactly he would fit in the Colts' system along the defensive line, but that should be a secondary question to the talent he brings, as the Colts could certainly find a role for him. Ryan Grigson attended Notre Dame's pro day and Sheldon Day participated in the Colts' local combine this year, so we could see the Colts take a familiar face to improve their defensive line.
Joshua Perry, linebacker, Ohio State
The Colts could use help at inside linebacker after the departure of Jerrell Freeman, and Joshua Perry could help fill in. He would address an area of need and give the team another player to add to the competition at inside linebacker.
Kentrell Brothers, linebacker, Missouri
Similarly to Perry, Brothers would address an area of need for the Colts and add another defensive pick to a draft that has focused on offense so far. It's unclear who will be the starting inside linebacker alongside D'Qwell Jackson for the Colts, so adding a rookie to the mix wouldn't be a bad idea.
Landon Turner, guard, North Carolina
I don't expect to see much of an emphasis placed on the offensive line moving forward in this year's draft after the Colts spent two of their first three picks on good linemen, but if the value is right, Turner could still be considered an option as the Colts look to prioritize protecting Andrew Luck.
Jerell Adams, tight end, South Carolina
A player the Colts reportedly took a "close look" at before the draft, they could be looking to add a tight end on day three depending on who is available. With the loss of Coby Fleener in free agency, the Colts have Dwayne Allen and Jack Doyle at tight end along with a few other players who will be looking to compete. It wouldn't be a shock to see them add another player to that mix on day three of the draft, and if so, Jerell Adams is the best option left.
This is grouped into one category because there are a lot of quality running back options remaining for day three picks. So far, only four backs have been drafted (Ezekiel Elliott, Derrick Henry, Kenyan Drake, and C.J. Prosise), leaving plenty of other options still on the board, including (but not limited to): Arkansas' Alex Collins, Arkansas' Jonathan Williams, UCLA's Paul Perkins, Indiana's Jordan Howard, and Utah's Devontae Booker. The Colts could really use a young back to play and develop behind Frank Gore, so I would expect them to take a running back on day three.