Undrafted free agents are the lifeblood of training camp. The Colts will be signing them left and right as the draft ends, and keep this page open as we update it with each signing as they come in.
Note: Some of these are signings, some are merely invitations to try out at the rookie mini-camp. The Colts can only take 90 into training camp.
Lanear Sampson, WR, Baylor (His Twitter)
Daxton Swanson, CB, Sam Houston State (His Twitter)
Brandon McManus, K, Temple (His Twitter)
Dan Moore, FB, Montana (His Twitter)
Emmett Cleary, OT, Boston College (Boston College blogger)
C.O. Prime, DE, Wagner (Teammate)
Michael Josifovski, K, Marian (His Twitter)
Denodus O'Bryant, RB, Lindenwood (His Twitter)
Sheldon Price, CB, UCLA (high school contact)
Nigel Malone, CB, Kansas State (NEPatriotsDraft)
Jamal-Rashad Patterson, WR, Stanford (His Twitter)
Jordan Bright, DT, Indiana State (Local news)
Josh Dworaczyk, OL, LSU (The Times-Picayune)
Danous Estenor, OL, South Florida (USF Website)
I don't remember but from the undrafted free agents last year was anyone that made the roster for the entire year?
Polian's team had a better success rate with the undrafted in terms of getting people on the roster for long periods of time. Colts used to have at least one undrafted player each year that made the roster.
I think Johnson-Webb actually signed with the Cardinals. https://twitter.com/DubtheGreat67/status/328874320489234433
I'm excited about Denodus O'Bryant - ridiculously productive at a low level. stout, fast and good hands
Dan Moore - heard him compared to Kuhn. That's great praise
Daxton Swanson - Accounted for well over 10% of all interceptions of Johnny Football last year.
CO Prime - Just cause I like his name
Rodrick Rumble seems like a guy who might be able to stick around as well, not super fast, but seems to have pretty good hands and at 6-2 209 has a good build, he is long and goes up and gets the ball, didn't really get to see much of his route running though.
Could Sheldon Price be a keeper to replace Vaughn or Gordy? I see they picked up a wide receiver from Stanford, it may be possible that he knows Pep's playbook already, and he may pick up a roster spot.
@unitas19 Are you thinking about a different guy? http://www.stateofthetexans.com/sott-draft-profile-sheldon-price-ucla/
@unitas19 I don't think so, he is 6-2 170, not much of a nickle guy pretty long and lanky, I would give the edge to Daxton out of anyone. Also the Stanford WR getting a shot is probably more due to a favor from the coach, he really was never that productive and seems more like a track guy, I think the guys that we picked up last year have a better chance of sticking around than him.
I like Denodus O'Bryant, reminds me of our 7th round pick, besides he may have more lateral quickness, wouldn't be surprised if he makes the team, watch Price, Malone, Swanson, and Simpsons tape as well, not really impressed by any especially the CBs, Price plays too high and needs to add weight and strength, Malones video was basically him playing in zone and he really didn't show much of anything, he was going against Josh Boyce though. Swanson has the physical skills I think but he needs a lot of coaching, maybe he makes the practice squad. Simpson might also make the practice squad, he needs coaching as well but can make some tough catches and is a willing blocker. Will try to checkout some of the other guys tomorrow.
Dan Moore (Montana) is a hard to bring down beast, who explodes on contact. Great hands out of the backfield also.