Colts need help on D; Buffalo won't trade up

We all know the Indianapolis Colts need to work on defense, so who will be available for them at No. 29 overall?

Russ, Tampa, Fla.

I previously projected the Colts to take Florida middle linebacker Channing Crowder at that spot, but his stock is quickly falling into the third-round area thanks to injury/durability concerns. If the Colts still want to go linebacker there, the best option would be Barrett Ruud of Nebraska, but they also need a physical, run-stuffing presence along the defensive line, and Wisconsin defensive tackle Anttaj Hawthorne fits that mold perfectly. His 6-foot-3, 320-pound frame would plug the middle and give the Colts a strong presence up front. Cornerback will also be front and center as a need for the Colts, so look for them to go heavy on defense early in the draft.