I didn't really know a lot about Dodds or Hogan. So for anyone cares...here's some information I found:
Sounds like Dodds was an area scout in the midsouth (~7 years) and then a national scout for the middle part of the country (~1 year). He then worked his way up to an executive position that covered some aspects of pro personnel and college scouting (~2 years). He played a big role in drafting Frank Clark.
Sounds like Hogan was a college scout in the northeast, mid-Atlantic and southeast regions (~9 years). He was a huge proponent of bringing Cutler to the Bears, given his ties to Vanderbilt. He then worked his way up to national scout for the Western half of the country (~3 years). He was let go from that position when Ryan Pace became GM and was hired by the NYJ to be their Director of College Scouting.
As for their track records, both guys seem to have hits and misses from their respective scouting areas at the time…as you would expect. I think they are both good hires, but really, it won't matter until we see them in action for the Colts
Interestingly, both Ballard and Dodds were part of teams that drafted players who were arrested for domestic violence.