The Indianapolis Colts have nine selections in the 2015 NFL draft, which will be held April 30 to May 2 in Chicago.
First round: 29th overall selection
Second round: 61st overall selection
Third round: 93rd overall selection
Fourth round: 128th overall selection
Fifth round: 165th overall selection
Sixth round: 204th overall selection
Sixth round: 206th overall selection (from Seattle)
Seventh round: 244th overall selection (from Dallas)
Seventh round: 255th overall selection (compensatory selection)
While the first round gets the majority of the attention, players selected on the second day of the draft and beyond also contribute to teams.
We looked at which players were taken at No. 29, 61st, 93rd, 128th and 165th picks over the past 10 years. Now we’ll look at players taken at No. 204 over that same time period.
2014: Tyler Gaffney, RB, Carolina, Stanford
Gaffney, who was claimed off waivers from New England last season, did not play a snap because of a torn lateral meniscus in his knee.
2013: Braden Wilson, FB, Kansas City, Kansas State
Wilson never played in the NFL.
2012: Emmanuel Acho, LB, Cleveland, Texas
Acho completed his third season by playing for his third team. He started two games for the Philadelphia Eagles, for whom he had 21 tackles last season.
2011: Virgil Green, TE, Denver, Nevada
Green started nine games last season for the Broncos. He’s only got 23 receptions for 206 yards and a touchdown in four NFL seasons.
2010: Tony Pike, QB, Carolina, Cincinnati
Pike appeared in one game in his career, going 6-of-12 for 47 yards during his rookie season.
2009: Will Davis, DE, Arizona, Illinois
Davis’ career lasted two seasons. He started three of the 21 games he appeared in.
2008: Lex Hillard, RB, Miami, Montana
Hillard played five seasons with three teams. He finished with only 163 yards on 48 attempts. He also had 233 yards receiving.
2007: Jacob Ford, DE, Tennessee, Central Arkansas
Ford appeared in 43 out of 45 games during his three seasons with the Titans. He had 15.5 sacks and forced four fumbles in his career.
2006: LaJuan Ramsey, DT, Philadelphia, USC
Ramsey played four seasons, including one with the Colts. He appeared in more than nine games in a season only once -- his final season in the league.
2005: Chris Kemoeatu, OL, Pittsburgh, Utah
Kemoeatu started 53 of the 75 games he appeared in, including starting every game he played in three seasons, during his six-year career.