Round 3, Pick 75 — Zak Zinter, OL, Michigan
Zak Zinter can play multiple spots along the offensive line and projects as an instant starter on Sundays. Boasting polished technique in passing-down sets and improving ability as a bulldozer in the run game. Keeping Zinter locked in on a snap-to-snap basis is the key to unlocking his potential. Expect the Colts to allow their rookie to compete for a spot in the starting five immediately.
Beefing Up The Indy Offensive Line
Round 4, Pick 110 — Christian Haynes, OL, UConn
More depth for the offensive line, plus a potential replacement if center Ryan Kelly leaves in free agency. Christian Haynes plays bully ball, using his physically imposing frame to dominate any assignment across from him. Haynes fits the exact style Steichen looks for and would be a positive in keeping Richardson healthy. The Colts must learn from the Andrew Luck misstep.