News: The Colts used three Day 3 NFL draft picks on offense and two on defense. The notable names are Tennessee-Martin defensive tackle Montori Hughes, Oregon safety John Boyett, Utah State running back Kerwynn Williams and South Carolina tight end Justice Cunningham, the last player taken in the draft.
Analysis: Hughes is a space eater who has excellent size but doesn't always use it well. He'll probably settle into a role as a situational D-lineman over his career. Boyett is small for a safety and has a pretty serious track record of staying healthy including surgeries to both knees. He's got some risk to him. Williams is very fast but also very small and not very experienced; he might have to earn a role as a return man before contributing on offense. Cunningham is a better blocker than receiver. Williams has appeal with a late pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a middle- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts. No one else warrants consideration in any format.