Third round defensive end Henry Anderson could make a relatively quick transition to the NFL. Further, the thoroughbred speed of first rounder Phillip Dorsett could make the Colts difficult to lasso come playoff time.
The Colts' unofficial list of 22 prospect visits included six defensive backs, pointing to one of the primary needs on the Indianapolis roster entering the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft on April 30.
The Colts landed two veterans with Pro Bowl resumes -- RB Frank Gore and WR Andre Johnson -- in free agency but with nine picks in the 2015 NFL Draft, Indianapolis could fill a few of its remaining needs.
Taking snaps from under center, Baylor's Bryce Petty completed 69 of 77 passes on the day, impressing scouts and presumably the quarterback coaches of the Colts, Cowboys and Seahawks, each of whom a source says were among the big names on hand for the workout.