INDIANAPOLIS – When it comes to undrafted free agents, no team in the NFL has found more success than the Indianapolis Colts.
Last year marked the 16th straight year the Colts have had an undrafted free agent make the 53-man roster, following final cuts. The next longest streak in the NFL is 12 years.
If that number stretches to 17 years, it will come from at least one of the guys on the list below.
Here's a look at the 15 Colts undrafted free agents for 2015:Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana
One of the more intriguing names of the 2015 undrafted class, Bennett had over 3,000 passing and 1,000 rushing yards in 2013 before a shoulder injury limited him in 2014. Bennett transferred to Southeastern after Marcus Mariota beat him out for the starting quarterback job at Oregon in 2012.Quan Bray, WR, Auburn
A special teams game breaker for the Tigers, Bray finished second nationally with 18.1 yards per punt return last season. Bray finishsed his career at Auburn with 90 receptions for 849 yards and seven touchdowns.
Donald Celiscar, CB, Western Michigan
The Colts will have plenty of young cornerbacks this offseason vying for some potential open roster/practice squad spots. Celiscar had an impressive 33 passes defensed in his last two years at Western Michigan. He tied for the nation's lead in passes defensed per game in 2014 with 1.6.Cody Galea, LB, San Diego State
An athletic linebacker (6-3, 255 pounds) that has played defensive end and off the edge, Galea is one of two Aztecs in this year's undrafted class. He started 35 straight games to end his SDSU career.Terrell Hartsfield, DE, Cincinnati
Hartsfield, 6-3 and 246 pounds, led the American Athletic Conference with 9.0 sacks during his senior season. Hartsfield participated in the NFL's Regional Combine earlier this year.
Zachary Hodges, LB, Harvard
Hodges’ story to Harvard, and now the NFL, is something you would see in a movie. On the field, Hodges was a two-time Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year and will likely be an outside linebacker with the Colts. Hodges is one of two Colts undrafted free agents to play in the Senior Bowl.Joshua Mitchell, CB, Nebraska
Mitchell, a 5-9, 173-pound cornerback, had 13 pass break ups in 2014 and finished his career at Nebraska eighth on the all-time list for pass deflections.Ezell Ruffin, WR, San Diego State
Ruffin bounced back from a broken collarbone early in his 2014 season to earn an invite to the NFL Combine. He's not a burner at the wide receiver position but still amassed a 1,136-yard season in 2013, when healthy for the entire year.
Al-Hajj Shabazz, CB, West Chester
Shabazz hails from the same Division II conference that produced 2014 Colts UDFA Dewey McDonald. It appears Shabazz has some position flexibility (corner/safety) with a frame (6-2, 200 pounds) suited anywhere in the secondary.Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts
The 27-year old tight end caught the eye of a college football coach during a flag football game in 2011. Sifrin, who stands 6-5 and 245 pounds, eventually found himself at UMass, where he had 42 catches for 642 yards in his lone season there.
Justin Sinz, TE, Purdue
The Colts second tight end in this year's undrafted class comes down I-65 after catching 80 passes for 670 yards in his time at Purdue. His 41 catches as a junior were a team-high.
Robert Smith, S, Clemson
Smith played in 53 games during his time at Clemson after being a dual-threat quarterback in high school.Junior Sylvestre, LB, Toledo
What Sylvestre might lack in ideal linebacker size (6-0, 222 pounds), he makes up for with a commitment to the run. Sylvestre helped Toledo to the No. 14 run defense in the nation last season.Tyler Varga, RB, Yale
A Senior Bowl participant, many draft pundits had Varga getting selected in 2015. He was a captain of the North squad at the Senior Bowl and had two rushing touchdowns in the game. Varga has a few exams to finish at Yale before he reports to Indianapolis.Brandon Vitabile, C, Northwestern
The lone offensive linemen of this year's undrafted group is Vitabile. He was a two-time captain at Northwestern and started all 50 games of his career.