Who are three guys the Colts should keep an eye on as they head into Training Camp? Training Camp for the 2022 NFL season opens for the Indianapolis Colts on July 27.

There are several intriguing plot lines to follow this year, despite the fact that the offseason program is mostly utilized for training and putting players back into the routine of the season.

Dayo Odeyingbo | Defensive Lineman Dayo Odeyingbo, a 2021 second-round pick, hasn’t gotten as much attention as the likes of defensive end Kwity Paye and newcomer Yannick Ngakoue.

It’s understandable why he wouldn’t get much attention before camp started. Odeyingbo’s injury was severe enough that he missed the entire 2021 season.

The rookie didn’t play in an NFL game until week eight, against the Tennessee Titans, because he missed much of the offseason program.

Odeyingbo’s lackluster performance as a rookie was understandable given his lengthy absence. On 141 pass-rushing snaps, he managed just one sack and one quarterback hit for the year.

Brandon Facyson | Cornerback It’s easy to overlook the addition of Brandon Facyson among all the other big-name moves the Colts have made this summer.

Veteran free-agent Facyson, age 27, was signed by the Colts on the first day of free agency. Facyson has a significant advantage over the other corners on the roster due to the fact that...

he has spent his entire NFL career playing under new Defensive Coordinator Gus Bradley. But that’s not the only reason I think he’ll have a good camp this year.

He played in 621 defensive snaps this season, the most of his career. He also had 10 pass breakups and an interception. Although he’s not perfect.