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Here's a quick glance at the Indianapolis Colts rookies expected to attend the team's three-day minicamp, which starts today:
Qua Cox, CB, Jackson State, 6-0, 185. Undrafted. Led the Southwestern Athletic Conference with five interceptions in 2012. Was on the watch list for the Buck Buchanan award in 2013.
Marcus Hall, OG, Ohio State, 6-5, 315. Undrafted. Helped the Buckeyes win a school-record 24 consecutive games. Named All-Big Ten honorable mention selection in 2013.
Jonotthan Harrison, C, Florida, 6-4, 299. Undrafted. Voted team captain in 2013. Only Florida offensive lineman to start all 12 games and was on the 2013 Rimington Award watch list.
Tyler Hoover, DE, Michigan State, 6-7, 290. Undrafted. In 2013, posted career highs in tackles for losses (4.5) and sacks (4). Named MSU's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award recipient.
Andrew Jackson, ILB, Western Kentucky, 6-1, 257. Sixth-round pick. Ranked 14th all-time among NCAA FBS players in tackles. All-Sun Belt Conference first-team honors in 2011 and 2012.
Kameron Jackson, CB, California, 5-9, 175. Undrafted. Recorded three interceptions in one game and became the first Bear to do so in 10 years. Named Cal's Defensive Player of the Week in its win over Portland State.
Ulrick John, OT, Georgia State, 6-8, 290. Seventh-round pick. Named All-Sun Belt Conference honorable mention in 2013. Blocked for an offense that registered 110.5 rushing yards.
Zach Kerr, NT, Delaware, 6-2, 310. Undrafted. Second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association in 2012. Became first Delaware defensive lineman to return an interception for a touchdown.
Seth Lobato, QB, Northern Colorado, 6-6, 223. Undrafted. Threw for 2,725 yards and contributed with 16 touchdowns in 2013. In 2012 was named Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention in 2012.
Keon Lyn, CB, Syracuse, 6-1, 190. Undrafted. In 2012, was tied for seventh in the Big East with three interceptions. Had his best season in 2012 when he recorded 46 tackles, three tackles for losses, three interceptions and 10 passes defended.
Dewey McDonald, S, California, 6-0, 220. Undrafted. Tallied career-best 89 tackles, six tackles for a loss, three interceptions and eight passes defended. Named Don Hansen All-America third-team choice.
Jack Mewhort, OG, Ohio State, 6-6, 309. Second-round pick.Team captain of a squad that set school records for most points scored, rushing yards and touchdowns. Named All-America and first-team All-Big Ten.
Donte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi, 6-2, 221. Third-round pick. Ranks third at Ole Miss in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. In 2013, Moncrief earned All-America honorable mention and All-Southeastern Conference second-team accolades.
Gregory Moore, WR, Lane College, 6-4, 197. Undrafted. Finished the 2013 season with 59 receptions for 910 yards and 11 touchdowns. Earned All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference accolades.
Jonathan Newsome, DE/OLB, Ball State, 6-3, 247. Fifth-round pick. Mid-American Conference first-team choice in 2013. Three-time MAC West Division Player of the Week.
Nnamdi Obukwelu, DE, Harvard, 6-3, 275. Undrafted. Won the George “Bulger” Lowe Award and the New England Defensive Player of the Year in 2013. Recorded career-best 4.5 sacks in 2013.
Cody Parkey, K, Auburn, 6-0, 190. Undrafted. Ranks in the top five in all Auburn kicking categories. Totaled an SEC-long streak of 90 consecutive PATs made in career.
Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida, 6-1, 189. Undrafted. Named second-team All-SEC in 2013. Second on the team with seven passes defended.
Erik Swoope, TE, Miami, 6-5, 220. Undrafted. Four-year standout on Miami's basketball team. Has not played organized football at any level. Swoope's athleticism gives him the chance to make the transition to football similar to Antonio Gates and Jimmy Graham.
Eric Thomas, WR, Troy, 6-1, 209. Undrafted. Sun Belt's all-time leader with 29 career touchdowns. Ranked third all-time in Troy history in receptions.
Zurlon Tipton, RB, Central Michigan, 6-0, 221. Undrafted. Ranks fourth in central Michigan history with 34 career rushing touchdowns. Was named a second-team All-MAC recipient.
Josh Walker, OG, Middle Tennessee State, 6-5, 323. Undrafted. All-Conference USA selection in 2013. Earned honorable mention All-Sun Conference (SBC) in 2012.
Tony Washington, WR, Appalachian State, 5-11, 200. Undrafted. Led the Southern Conference with 939 receiving yards in 2013. Earned all-conference recognition as a return specialist.