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Indianapolis Colts Drafted Running Backs

The Indianapolis Colts have selected 24 Running Backs in their team history (33 drafts). The Colts have drafted 4 Running Backs in the first round. The highest drafted RB was Marshall Faulk drafted in round 1 (#2 Overall) in 1994 out of San Diego State. Some of the top drafted Colts Running Backs were Edgerrin James drafted in round 1 in 1999 out of Miami (Fla.), Joseph Addai drafted in round 1 in 2006 out of Louisiana State, Donald Brown drafted in round 1 in 2009 out of Connecticut, Rodney Culver drafted in round 4 in 1992 out of Notre Dame and Anthony Johnson drafted in round 2 in 1990 out of Notre Dame. View all of the Indianapolis Colts drafted Running Backs throughout their history.
Indianapolis Colts Drafted Running Backs
Year Round Selection Player College
2016 6 205   Josh Robinson   Mississippi St.
2015 6 205   Josh Robinson   Mississippi St.
2013 7 230   Kerwynn Williams   Utah State
2012 5 170   Vick Ballard   Mississippi State
2011 4 119   Delone Carter   Syracuse
2009 1 27   Donald Brown   Connecticut
2008 6 202   Mike Hart   Michigan
2006 1 30   Joseph Addai   Louisiana State
2002 6 204   Brian Allen   Stanford
1999 1 4   Edgerrin James   Miami (Fla.)
1996 4 115   Brian Milne   Penn State
1995 3 79   Zack Crockett   Florida State
1994 1 2   Marshall Faulk   San Diego State
1994 6 164   Lamont Warren   Colorado
1993 2 49   Roosevelt Potts   Louisiana-Monroe
1992 4 85   Rodney Culver   Notre Dame
1992 8 212   Ronald Humphrey   Mississippi Valley State
1991 9 236   Howard Griffith   Illinois
1990 2 36   Anthony Johnson   Notre Dame
1990 8 206   Ken Clark   Nebraska
1989 7 182   Ivy Joe Hunter   Kentucky
1987 12 309   David Adams   Arizona
1985 9 229   Mark Boyer   USC
1984 4 103   George Wonsley   Mississippi State
1984 6 147   Dwight Beverly   Illinois
 
 
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