The Dorsett we saw in Colts camp cannot be accused of being one-dimensional. He showed great skill in running clean routes and displayed consistent hands throughout camp.
Wide receivers often make significant jumps from their first to second years. This sure looks likely in Dorsett’s case, and Rob Chudzinski must stand ready to take advantage.
The Colts have made no secret about their desire to switch from a two-TE base offense (with the departure of Coby Fleener) to a three-WR set featuring the speedy Dorsett as the WR3. This means he should be on the field for at least 70% of the snaps, and playing time is a lead indicator of production.