(INDIANAPOLIS) - The NFL draft is two days away and the Indianapolis Colts are trying to predict who will be available when they pick late in the first round.
The Colts have the 27th overall pick, but they have had plenty of practice in drafting in the bottom half of the first round in recent years.
Among the players the Colts have picked up late in the first round are wide receivers Reggie Wayne and Anthony Gonzalez, cornerback Marlin Jackson and running back Joseph Addai.
The Horseshoes landed pro bowl safety Bob Sanders with the first pick of the second round in 2004.
The Colts have eight total picks in this weekend's draft.
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