Could Colts Target Any of the Undrafted Supplemental Players?

Torez Jones was a ball magnet in college, a veritable target for opposing QBs.

The NFL supplemental draft was held on Monday, and the only player selected was Terrelle Pryor who went in the third round.  The other five  players in the draft are now eligible to sign with any team as free agents, and, in fact, Georgia running back Caleb King landed with the Vikings today.  The Colts traditionally do well with undrafted players, so could they target any of the remaining guys from this supplemental draft?    One name that stands out for me is Torez Jones, a speedy cornerback from Western Carolina.

Jones is a speedy CB who grabbed his share of interceptions in college, leading the Southern Conference in take-aways last season,  and was unafraid to use his slight (6’0″, 178 pounds) body to make open field tackles.    The Colts continue to get lit up in the secondary (and on the ground and on special teams), so someone like Jones may be worth a look-see.

Topics: Indianapolis-colts, Supplemental Draft, Target, Torez Jones

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