Colts sixth-round pick LaVon Brazill has played extensively with the first-team offense through two preseason games, catching five balls for 63 yards.
Brittle-as-ever Donnie Avery has missed both preseason games, so Brazill was working as the Colts' third receiver until Austin Collie went down on Sunday night. Another concussion for Collie could threaten his season, so it's time to start taking Brazill seriously as a fantasy sleeper. Brazill ran 4.48 at 5-foot-11, 192 at February's Scouting Combine. A pre-draft favorite of Rotoworld college guru Josh Norris as well as Rookie Scouting Portfolio's Matt Waldman, Brazill has looked very smooth and pro-ready in August while clearly outplaying fellow rookie T.Y. Hilton. Andrew Luck is obviously ready to play in the league, and his receivers are going to be productive. Brazill could be a starter.