The Colts drafted Taylor in the second round. They traded up to get him, which is usually an indicator of increased usage as a rookie. HC Frank Reich has a reputation for using a committee of backs, but over the past two seasons Marlon Mack has averaged 17.6 and 16.3 carries, respectively. Mack is still with the team, so it’s unclear how the touches are going to shake out in the Indy backfield. Taylor is talented and could handle a three-down role if that’s the route that Reich wants to go. Complicating matters, Reich called Nyheim Hines a “role-playing starter” given his ability as a receiver. Taylor has top five upside in this offense, but it’s unlikely that he’ll see enough work as a rookie to get there.