Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

  • HC: Frank Reich
  • OC: Nick Sirianni
  • DC: Matt Eberflus
  • ST: Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
Updated: 08/18/2018 7:43PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR13Hilton, TY 12/380Rogers, Chester CF1615Brent, KJ SF1710Fountain, Daurice 18/56Williams, Kasen SF18
LWR81Hogan, Krishawn SF17
RWR11Grant, Ryan U/Was17Wright, James SF1814Pascal, Zach W/Ten3Ishmael, Steve CF1816Jones, Seantavius SF18
RWR83Hazel, Matt SF18
LT74CASTONZO, ANTHONY 11/162Clark, Le'Raven 16/365Burwell, Tyreek SF17
LG56Nelson, Quenton 18/167Vujnovich, Jeremy SF1663Callender, Nick SF18
C78Kelly, Ryan 16/169Bond, Deyshawn CF1773Haeg, Joe 16/5
RG68SLAUSON, MATT U/LAC72Smith, Braden 18/264Glowinski, Mark W/Sea
RT79HOWARD, AUSTIN SF1871Good, Denzelle 15/773Haeg, Joe 16/561WEBB, J'MARCUS SF18
TE84Doyle, Jack W/Ten48Travis, Ross W/KC43Alie-Cox, Mo SF17
TE85Ebron, Eric CC/Det86Swoope, Erik CF1447Daniels, Darrell CF17
QB12Luck, Andrew 12/17Brissett, Jacoby T/NE8Walker, Phillip CF179Kaaya, Brad P/Det
RB25Mack, Marlon 17/433Turbin, Robert U/Dal42Hines, Nyheim 18/430Wilkins, Jordan 18/538Michael, Christine SF17
RB00Green, Tion SF1840Oliver, Branden SF1834Ferguson, Josh CF16
Defense
DEF          
LDE57Turay, Kemoko 18/258Basham, Tarell 17/376McCain, Chris SF1875Delaire, Ryan SF18
NT99WOODS, AL CC/Ten90Stewart, Grover 17/455Nunez-Roches, Rakeem W/KC66Laulile, Tomasi CF18
DT95Autry, Denico U/Oak94Lewis, Tyquan 18/291Ridgeway, Hassan 16/4
RDE93Sheard, Jabaal U/NE51Simon, John U/Hou92HUNT, MARGUS U/Cin76Johnson, Anthony SF17
SLB52Goode, Najee U/Phi44Morrison, Antonio 16/449Adams, Matthew 18/7
MLB50Walker, Anthony 17/548Moore, Skai CF1897Franklin, Zaire 18/7
WLB53Leonard, Darius 18/245Adams, Tyrell SF1859George, Jeremiah SF17
LCB35Desir, Pierre W/Sea31Wilson, Quincy 17/234Jackson, Robert CF1836Durr, Lashard CF18
SS26Geathers, Clayton 15/441Farley, Matthias W/Arz40Martin, Ronald T/NYJ30Odum, George CF1800Therezie, Robenson SF18
FS29Hooker, Malik 17/132Green, TJ 16/237Cooper, Chris CF18
RCB42Moore, Kenny W/NE27Hairston, Nate 17/528Milton, Chris CF1637White, DJ W/KC42Toliver, Henre` CF18
Special Teams
ST          
P2Sanchez, Rigoberto CF17
PK4VINATIERI, ADAM U/NE1Badgley, Michael CF18
LS46Rhodes, Luke CF16
H2Sanchez, Rigoberto CF17
KO2Sanchez, Rigoberto CF17
PR42Hines, Nyheim 18/413Hilton, TY 12/380Rogers, Chester CF16
KR42Hines, Nyheim 18/425Mack, Marlon 17/480Rogers, Chester CF16
Reserves
RES          
RES56Calvin, Johnathan IR60Machorro, Jared IR75Mewhort, Jack RET8Cain, Deon IR

Analysis

DEPTH CHARTS FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before MALIK HOOKER made the Indianapolis Colts' depth chart: Ohio State, 6010 206 4.50. Junior entry and one year starter from New Castle, PA. Consensus first-team All-America and All-Big 10. Led the FBS with three of his seven interceptions returned for touchdowns. Played in 13 games as a red-shirt freshman, mostly on special teams. Backed up two-year starters Vonn Bell and Tyvis Powell. A natural feel for where the action is going to be and an explosive reaction to where the action is. Appears out of nowhere often. Instincts and awareness are off the chart. Strong finisher. Closes a gap aggressively under control. Equally full of range against the run and pass. Can fill multiple roles in coverage. Has the hip swivel to man up on quickness, the speed to run downfield with a deep threat, and the efficient footwork to anticipate and react in zone. Excellent ball skills. High points it and can also reach without interfering in traffic. Could play the game more physical and show better tackling mechanics. A cut, no wrap tackler as a rule. Lacks experience that most safeties have coming out of college. Will lose track of what is going on behind him. Can be played with by a quality quarterback when it comes to looking off. Needs to take more consistent support angles. Still very green in comparison to other prospects as he’s only been playing football for five years which is almost hard to believe because of the high level of instincts and awareness he plays with. One has to believe the arrow is still very much pointing up for him. His issues revolve around the physical presence of the game. He misses more tackles than a safety should and there have been times where he shies from contact. His surgically repaired shoulder shouldn’t decrease his grade much, if at all. There is always risk with one year starters, but his upside is through the roof. Had surgery in January to repair a labrum tear in his hip and a sports hernia. 2016 stats: 74 T, 5.5 TFL, .5 sack, 4 PBU, 7 INT (3 TD). Medical exclusion at Combine, sports hernia. First round. (A-32 1/4, H-10 3/4, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).