We have some good news for Colts fans looking to get the most out of the 2018 draft.
The Colts have the best chance to snag a player of any team in the NFL this year, according to ESPN NFL Draft Insider Buster Olney.
The only team with a worse odds is the Packers, who currently have a 23.9% chance of landing a quarterback in the first round.
With that in mind, here are some of the best prospects the Colts could target.
QB Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina State (1) The 6-foot-3 Trubiskies athleticism and arm strength would make him a solid option at quarterback.
The former NC State quarterback has been one of the most explosive quarterbacks in the country this year.
He threw for 3,957 yards and 21 touchdowns this year for the Tar Heels.
With the No. 2 overall pick, the Colts can draft a player who has the athleticism to make him an effective starter in the league.
His best chance is probably North Carolina.
The Tar Heel offense was one of college football’s best this season, finishing fourth in scoring defense.
CB Malik Hooker, Michigan State (6) Hooker has the tools to be a great safety, but his speed could make him more effective in the box.
The 6’1, 195-pound cornerback is one of those cornerbacks that you could watch film on and think “this guy is an athlete,” but he will need to get better to make that a reality.
He had 10 interceptions this year in 2016.
RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State (9) Cook has the potential to be one of NFL’s top running backs, but the former Florida State receiver has struggled to find consistency over the last few years.
His lack of consistency is part of the reason why he has struggled with consistency over his last four seasons.
Cook had 4,072 rushing yards last season for the Seminoles.
WR Kevin White, Alabama (4) White is a great playmaker at wide receiver.
He has the ability to catch the ball out of his hands and run with it.
White is the No., 3 overall pick of the NFL Draft, but he needs to get stronger and better to be successful.
CB Jalen Tabor, Michigan (4,6) The only cornerback in the 2018 NFL Draft with a higher chance of success than White is Tabor.
The No. 9 pick has a lot of talent, but it’s his physical skills that make him so good.
The Alabama cornerback has the length and athleticism to cover top receivers, and he is also a physical cornerback who can play the run well.
DT Jack Conklin, Ohio State (4.5) The Ohio State defensive tackle is an elite athlete who could be a future starter in Columbus.
He is 6’5, 320 pounds and is a very physical player who could contribute immediately to the Buckeyes’ defense.
The Ohio native is one to watch for teams looking to add some depth at the defensive line.
WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson (7) Hopkins has a huge arm and the size to play wide receiver, but there’s also some question about whether he can play a traditional quarterback position.
The 5-foot, 11-inch wide receiver has flashed some potential, but teams are likely to look elsewhere at this point.
RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama State (7.5).
Lacy was a first-round pick last year, and the 6’4, 251-pound running back has impressed in his second season as a starter for the Crimson Tide.
Lacy has rushed for 1,828 yards and 18 touchdowns this season for Alabama State.
OT David Yankey, Florida (5) Yankey has all the tools for a starting tackle, but that hasn’t translated to success for the Gators this season.
The fifth-year senior has only played one game this season due to injury, and his play was inconsistent.
Yankey had a sack and three hurries on Sunday in the Gators’ loss to the Florida State Seminoles, but has been more limited as a run blocker this season than a pass blocker.
DE David Njoku, USC (5.5)(1) Njokos best skill is his size and length, which he is a strong run blocker and pass protector.
He could become a starter in his first season with the Trojans, and there is a chance he could be the team’s starting left tackle.
DE Mike Daniels, Oklahoma State (5)(2) The former Alabama safety is one player who the Patriots would be interested in drafting.
Daniels has a great combination of size and speed that makes him a tough matchup for opposing defenses.
Daniels recorded 14 tackles and an interception in his two seasons at Oklahoma State, which has