ESPN draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay put on a live draft Thursday. They rotated picks through the three rounds. They had to pick players they would take in each spot, not necessarily the player they think the teams will take.
Here is who they took for the Indianapolis Colts at picks No. 59 and No. 90
McShay: Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
Analysis: My run on interior offensive linemen reaches three, as the Colts make their first appearance of the draft. Guard is a need area, and Su'a-Filo is the No. 1 guy at the position on my board.
Kiper: Bryan Stork, C, Florida State
Analysis: The interior of the Colts' offensive line was awful last season, and it's worth doubling down here after adding a potential starter at guard in Round 2. Khaled Holmes, who played 13 total snaps in 2013, should be challenged at center. Stork can start.
My take: Guard isn't at the top of the list of concerns for the Colts in the draft. Safety and center are more pressing needs for them. Indianapolis has Hugh Thornton and Donald Thomas at guard. Stork in the third round seems to be pretty intriguing for the Colts. Kiper tends to believe Stork can challenge Holmes for the starting spot. Lack of playing time last season leaves Holmes as a mystery until he proves he's a capable starter or just a backup in the NFL. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson believes it's difficult for rookie offensive linemen to step in and play right away. "There's a lot going on," he said. "There's a lot to know, and there's a lot of things to overcome and adapt to in a game environment just from a mental standpoint. It's still I think a harder learning curve, definitely."