The Colts have added a pair of fullbacks who took part in last week’s NFL Super Regional Combine in Detroit.
The club said Thursday it had signed Stephen Campbell and Cameron White, each of whom was not in the NFL in 2013.
Campbell (6-1, 245) played for West Virginia Wesleyan from 2009 through 2012. He participated in the NFL’s New York/New Jersey Regional Combine on February 15, then was invited to the Super Regional Combine.
White took part in the Chicago Regional Combine on March 15 before moving on to the Super Regional Combine. He is a Hillsdale (Mich.) College product (2009-2012).
Both rookie fullbacks have shown they can catch the ball; White hauled in 94 passes in his collegiate career, while Campbell recorded 65 receptions.
The Colts now have three fullbacks on the roster, with veteran Stanley Havili the club’s other blocking back.
The Colts’ willingness to explore all available outlets for talent has been one of the trademarks of G.M. Ryan Grigson’s tenure.