|Offense||28th||89.9 (29th)||231.5 (22nd)|
|Defense||26th||122.0 (23rd)||257.1 (23rd)|
The Indianapolis Colts selected Blythe in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 248th overall.
Blythe is fairly quick for a center, but he's also undersized and didn't demonstrate much explosiveness at the Combine. Iowa prepares offensive lineman as well or better than almost any program, though, so the Colts might get a good return on him.
The Indianapolis Colts selected Bates in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 239th overall.
A small school player from Maine, Bates looks like an OLB candidate for the Colts. He demonstrated intriguing athleticism by timing at 6.75 seconds in the three-cone drill at his pro day.
The Indianapolis Colts selected Haeg in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 155th overall.
Haeg was the left tackle of Carson Wentz at North Dakota State, and he looks like a fine selection for the Colts at this spot. Haeg's reach is a bit below the average with just 33.75-inch arms, but he makes up for it with standout athleticism, highlighted by a 111-inch broad jump and 7.47-second three-cone drill.
The Indianapolis Colts selected Morrison in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 125th overall.
Morrison is a high-motor linebacker who should prove a wrecking ball against run blockers, but a lack of athleticism and a history of both injury and character questions limit his prospect profile. He'll be worth monitoring as an IDP in case he earns a three-down role at some point.
The Indianapolis Colts selected Hassan Ridgeway in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 116th overall.
Ridgeway (6-foot-3, 303) had some injury troubles at Texas, but he was generally productive and certainly has good athleticism for his position, highlighted by a 32-inch vertical and 113-inch broad jump. He'll likely contribute as a 3-4 end for the Colts.
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