Alan Zemaitis/CB/Penn St: From what we're hearing on Zemaitis,
he may last until early in the second round. So if the Colts want to trade down
a few slots in exchange for a fourth-round pick, which they are missing in this
draft, they could still land a talented corner and add a selection. At 6-foot-1,
194 pounds, Zemaitis is bigger than the typical cornerback, but still moves and
covers as well as smaller, pesky cornerbacks. The defensive captain of the stout
Nittany Lions defense, Zemaitis is bright and rarely gets fooled by receivers or
by opposing quarterbacks.
Jason Allen/CB-S/Tennessee: Allen would add some flexibility to the
Colts secondary, having played both at cornerback and safety at Tennessee. Allen
is 6-foot-1, 209 pounds and has great leaping ability. His a complete defensive
back, posting 220 tackles during his career, four interceptions, five forced
fumbles, and a blocked kick. The only note of caution in relationship to Allen
is that he had shoulder surgery following his 2005 bowl game and dislocated his
hip back in late October, ending his season. But he had a great showing at the
Combine to prove that he could still move and perform at peak levels.
Gerris Wilkinson/LB/Georgia Tech: The 6-foot-3 Wilkinson led his
team in tackles for his final two seasons at Georgia Tech, helping them achieve
a ranking of seventh-best in the nation against the run. Wilkinson finds ways to
get into the backfield, making 38 tackles for losses in his career, seventh-best
all-time in Tech history. Another strong point in his favor is that he played
outside linebacker and defensive end before moving to the middle linebacker
position for his final two seasons. Wilkinson raised his stock with a nice
performance in the Senior Bowl.
Kevin Dockery/CB/Mississippi State: Dockery could be a nice pickup as
an undrafted free agent, showing the toughness to contribute on special teams
and compete in camp for a roster spot. The 5-foot-9, 187 pound corner has lots
of starting experience (38 games) under his belt, jumping in as a starter midway
through his first season at Mississippi State. In his senior year, he made 53
tackles and snared three interceptions. His performance earned him an all-star
roster spot in the 2006 Las Vegas All-American Classic.
Skyler Green/WR/LSU: Scott Rabalais of The Advocate
is reporting that Green worked out for Indianapolis. Green's projected as a
fifth or sixth-round pick, so if the Colts go after him, it will primarily be
for his returns talent although he's a capable receiver. Green
averaged 21.4 yards on kickoffs and 14.3 yards on punts, including four
touchdowns as a result of his returns work.
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