Ray Fisher drafted by Colts, Jammie Kirlew drafted by Broncos.

Two Hoosiers were drafted on the final day of the NFL Draft.  Fisher, an excellent kickoff and punt returner who spent his first three seasons as a receiver before moving to DB last year, was selected by the Colts in the seventh round, and Jammie Kirlew, a pass-rushing defensive end, went to the Denver Broncos in the seventh round.  I'm happy to see Fisher with the Colts, who have had middling return success in recent years.  Fisher had two kick return touchdowns in 2009 before missing the last five games because of injury, and had 1070 receiving yards in 9 TD during his three seasons as a receiver. Kirlew recorded 21 sacks and 6 forced fumbles in his career.

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