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2016 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Sheldon Rankins DT
2 (47)  Michael Thomas WR
2 (61)  Von Bell FS
4 (120)  David Oneyemata DT
7 (237)  Daniel Lasco RB
2016 Rookie Free Agents Signings:
Jack Allen, OL, Michigan State
Joseph Cheek, OL, Texas A&M
Ken Crawley, DB, Colorado
Jared Dangerfield, WR, WKU
Trae Elston, DB, Ole Miss
De'Vante Harris, CB, Texas A&M
Marcus Henry, C, Boise State
Sione Houma, FB, Michigan
Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama
Tommylee Lewis, WR, N. Ill.
Ryker Matthews, OT, BYU
DJ Pettway, DL, Alabama
Jeff Schoettmer, S, UNC
Dominique Tovell, LB, UL-Laf.
Landon Turner, G, UNC
John Walker, DB, Colorado
Jordan Williams, WR, Ball St.
Avery Young, OL, Auburn
Jake Lampman WR Ferris St.
Jimmy Pruitt CB San Jose St.
2015 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Andrus Peat OT
1 (31)  Stephone Anthony LB
2 (12)  Hau'Oli Kikaha LB
3 (11)  Garrett Grayson QB
4 (14)  P.J. Williams CB
5 (12)  Davis Tull LB
5 (18) Tyeler Davison DT
5 (31) Damian Swann CB
7 (13) Marcus Murphy RB
2015 Rookie Free Agents Signings: DL - Tavaris Barnes, Kaleb Eulls, Ashaad Mabry, Bobby Richardson, G - Doniel Gambrell, Cyril Lemon, WR - R.J. Harris, Malcolme Kennedy, OT- Sean Hickey, LB Marcus Pierce-Brewster, Stephon Sanders, TE - Harold Spears, Jack Tabb, LB Henry Coley, OL Antonio Johnson, K Zach Hocker and WR Kyle Prater.
2014 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (20)  Brandin Cooks WR
2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
6 (202)  Tavon Rooks OT

2014 UDFA SIGNINGS

2013 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (15)  Kenny Vaccaro S
3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
5 (144)  Kenny Stills WR
6 (183)  Rufus Johnson DE
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Saints need to begin preparing for life after Drew Brees, and they need to do it now Posted By: Andrus Posted On Yesterday 09:44 AM


By Jeff Duncan, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

The advantages to having an elite NFL quarterback are numerous, one of the main ones being you don't have to worry about the position in the NFL Draft.

While other teams are wringing their hands trying to find the next Drew Brees, you can concentrate on other positions in the draft and trying to improve your team in other areas.

It's a tremendous luxury to have, and one the Saints have enjoyed for more than a decade.

Since signing Drew Brees in free agency in 2006, the Saints have selected 67 players in the NFL Draft. Only two have been used on quarterbacks: Sean Canfield in 2010; and Garrett Grayson in 2015.

The Seattle Seahawks are the only other NFL team to invest so few draft picks on quarterbacks during that span. By comparison, the New York Jets have drafted eight quarterbacks since 2006; the Denver Broncos seven...

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Michigan's Taco Charlton drawing a lot of predraft attention from Saints: source Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 11:07 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

A large part of the predraft process involves conducting private workouts at a player's school, attending Pro Day workouts or hosting a player visit.

When it comes to latter two areas, the New Orleans Saints on Friday morning were at the University of Michigan, where defensive end Vidauntae "Taco" Charlton was a participant.

Charlton told reporters after the workout that he is scheduled for a predraft visit with the Saints, according to Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press and Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com.

While the visit could be viewed as New Orleans conducting due diligence on one of the draft's top pass rushers, there is apparently more going on behind the scenes with the projected first-round pick...

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Pass rushers Taco Charlton, Derek Rivers set to visit Saints Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 05:44 PM


By Joel A. Erickson

Michigan defensive end Taco Charlton and Youngstown State's Derek Rivers are scheduled to visit New Orleans for pre-draft visits.

Charlton revealed the visit to reporters at Michigan's Pro Day on Friday – both ESPN and the Detroit Free-Press reported the visit – and Rivers' agency appeared to confirm his visit by retweeting a report by NFL Draft Diamonds.

Both players are pass rushers who could compete for the defensive end spot opposite Pro Bowl end Cameron Jordan, but they'd likely be targets at different places in the draft. New Orleans gets back Hau'oli Kikaha from the torn ACL that cost him the 2016 season, and the Saints have signed veterans Alex Okafor and Daryl Tapp, but an edge rusher is likely still a priority in the draft.

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Johnny Manziel Discusses NFL Return With New Orleans Saints Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 02:42 PM


By Sean Pendergast


Recently, at a hearing in front of a Dallas judge, former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who has been out of football for more than a year now, told the judge that "everything has been going extremely smoothly and my life is trending upward."

None of us are with Manziel on a daily basis, and we no longer had the perpetual window of his social media addiction to gaze at the train wreck, so we can only go by what we know factually. So along those lines, these things we know about Johnny Manziel — he has reconciled with his agent (Erik Burkhardt), he is engaged and he appears to be sober, for the time being.

Add all of that up, and the return to the NFL that Manziel has openly longed for, especially recently, suddenly may be growing legs. Now, add in this tweet from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network on Thursday morning:...

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Don’t sleep on second-year Saints linebacker Travis Feeney Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 02:39 PM


By John Sigler

All the focus on second-year Saints players has been on guys who made immediate impacts like Michael Thomas and Sheldon Rankins. I’m beginning a series on lowkey names to know ahead of the 2017 NFL draft.

It’s pretty widely accepted that the New Orleans Saints are enjoying big returns on their 2016 NFL Draft class. First round draft pick Sheldon Rankins combined for 10.5-sacks with newly re-signed free agent Nick Fairley at defensive tackle. Second round picks and Ohio State Buckeyes Michael Thomas (NFL-leading 92-catches, 1,137-yards, and 9 touchdowns among rookies) and Vonn Bell, a steady presence at safety, look great so far. Other rookies like David Onyemata and Daniel Lasco found their way into prominent roles.

But enough has been written about each of those guys. I’m putting the microscope over some Saints who have been working hard under the radar, patiently waiting for their shot in training camp. This is the same tier of talent that Willie Snead, Delvin Breaux, and Tim Hightower came out of. The odds are stacked against them, but don’t tell them that...

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Skip Bayless explains why the Saints might actually consider signing Johnny Manziel Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 02:32 PM


By Dan Graf

The recent report that the New Orleans Saints may have interest in signing Johnny Manziel has folks wondering why Manziel would be drawing interest ahead of Colin Kaepernick, another free agent who remains unemployed. On Friday’s “Undisputed,” Skip Bayless explained to Shannon Sharpe that it has more to do with the coach looking at Manziel than any direct comparison between Manziel and Kaepernick, who seemingly is being held back by his national anthem protests last season.

Don’t compare Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel

Skip: "I cannot put Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel in the same sentence. Colin Kaepernick has no baggage, I’m sorry, it’s just none.

"My definition of baggage … Johnny’s got so much baggage that if he tried to board a flight they’d charge him X dollars extra because he’s way over the limit. Colin Kaepernick is a better starting quarterback than six or eight current starters in this league.

"But Colin is a much better starting quarterback, to me, than he would be a backup quarterback because of his skill set and the way you have to model the offense around him. You’d have to have a starting quarterback that runs the same type offense."...

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Saints bringing in Youngstown State's Derek Rivers for predraft visit: source Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 02:23 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

The draft evaluation process with pass rushers continues for the New Orleans Saints.

The Saints are scheduled to host Youngstown State defensive end Derek Rivers on a predraft visit, a source familiar with the situation confirmed Friday.

NFLDraftDiamonds.com, a website focused on draft prospects from small schools, first reported the news.

The 6-4, 248-pound Rivers, who participated in the Senior Bowl, had an impressive showing at the NFL Scouting Combine.

He posted a 4.61 time in the 40-yard dash for the fourth-fastest mark among the defensive linemen in Indianapolis; tied for the third-most bench press repetitions (30); tied for the fifth-best effort in the vertical jump (35 inches); and posted the third-best mark on the 3-cone drill (6.94)...

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Villanova's Tanoh Kpassagnon enjoyed private workout with Saints, shifts focus to NFL Draft Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 02:21 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Tanoh Kpassagnon may not be a household name yet, but NFL teams, including the New Orleans Saints, have the Villanova defensive end on predraft radars.

The 6-7, 289-pound Kpassagnon recently had a private workout on his school's campus with the Saints, as first reported by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, and the draft hopeful relished the opportunity to receive helpful pointers from Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen.

"He's pretty intense, he's a serious guy," Kpassagnon said of Nielsen in a telephone interview. "He just gave me a lot of advice and the workout went really well. I'm happy."

That the Saints worked out one of the draft's rising defensive ends doesn't surprise when considering the team comes off a 2016 season with just 30 sacks, which ranked 27th in the league...

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New Saints LB Manti Te'o aims to keep role he's had 'since Pop Warner' Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-24-2017 10:17 AM


Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer

METAIRIE, La. -- Manti Te’o said all the right things Thursday about being willing to play whatever position the New Orleans Saints want him in, and how the crowded competition at middle linebacker will bring out the best in everyone.

That's essentially what fellow middle linebacker A.J. Klein said last week after signing with the Saints in free agency. And that's probably what last year’s starting middle linebacker, Craig Robertson, will say the next time he visits with the media.

But Te’o, 26, didn’t shy away from his desire to emerge as the Saints’ defensive signal-caller and take on a leadership role with his new team.

“That’s been the [role] that I’ve played since Pop Warner. I’ve always been a leader, whether it was inside or outside, I’ve always been a signal-caller,” said Te’o, who was a middle linebacker/co-captain/signal-caller with the San Diego Chargers over the past four years after serving in the same role at Notre Dame, where he was a Heisman Trophy runner-up...

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More from Triplett: Saints' Darryl Tapp not a game-changer, but good fit on and off field
Underhill; Saints mailbag: Would Johnny Manziel be worth the risk? Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-23-2017 11:41 PM


By Nick Underhill

Let's just jump right into this thing.

@nick_underhill would singing Manziel be a smart move or "waste"? I like him tbh
— Joe Verbosky (@LittleJoeyV) March 24, 2017

Let's be clear: I don't think a meeting that took place a month ago guarantees anything is going to happen. This is strictly hypothetically speaking.

No, I don't think it would be a waste. He's a player who possesses talent but didn't take full advantage of his first shot in the league. If the Saints do their homework and feel comfortable with where Manziel is at in life, I have no issue with them giving him a look.

The guy clearly has or had some issues he needs to overcome. He says he's on the right track. Without current evidence to the contrary, I'll take his word for it. And no, I don't buy the talk about New Orleans being the worst place for him. It's not about the location. Temptations exist everywhere in life. It's not like if Manziel is playing in Jacksonville, he'll be isolated from those things. It's about him avoiding the people, places and things that get him in trouble...

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Saints hold private workout with Northern Illinois' Kenny Golladay Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-23-2017 11:36 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Nobody would fault Northern Illinois wide receiver Kenny Golladay if he experienced apprehension leading to Thursday morning.

Golladay was set to showcase his skills in a private workout with New Orleans Saints assistant wide receivers coach Ronald Curry on the school's campus, after all.

The Huskies' draft prospect, however, wasn't alone to initially feel excitement for the morning event.

Golladay said he trained and spent time in Florida with Saints wide receiver Tommylee Lewis, a former college teammate who knew of the scheduled workout and has offered advice to Golloday on the predraft process...

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2017 NFL draft prospect countdown, No. 33: Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB, UCLA Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 03-23-2017 07:35 PM


By Chris Burke -- Sports Illustrated

What you need to know: After a 2013 season spent at Contra Costa College (Calif.), McKinley drew interest from a long list of prestigious programs—Oklahoma, Nebraska, USC. He chose UCLA, where he developed into an All-Pac-12 performer. This past season, McKinley finished second in the conference in tackles for loss (18.0) and third in sacks (10.0). McKinley, an Oakland native, notched three multi-sack performances, highlighted by a 3.0-sack showing against Utah last October. He also forced two of his six career fumbles in that Utah game and blocked a punt in 2015 against UNLV. Whichever team drafts him will have to wait on his on-field arrival: McKinley required shoulder surgery (torn labrum, fractured glenoid) after the combine.

Strengths: So much of McKinley’s production comes off not his initial surge but his second and even third efforts. There are pros and cons to that (we’ll get into the cons shortly). The upside is high-energy defense for 60 minutes, and that effort level alone poses problems for opposing offenses. Want to run a slow-developing play McKinley’s direction? Good luck holding that block. Quarterback stuck in the pocket? McKinley eventually will get there.

“I’m young and I feel like I got a motor that’s probably the best in the class right now,” McKinley said. “I’m hungry. I’ve got a lot to improve on, technique-wise. But once I improve on my technique, with my motor and my hunger of the game, I feel I’ll be unstoppable.”

Full Article -- SI
1 Finding The All-SPARQ: Impact Defensive Ends In The 2017 NFL Draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 03-23-2017 06:27 PM


We look at the measurables and the production of this year's edge rushing class to try to figure out which player might have the biggest impact at the NFL level.


By One.Cool.Customer -- Blogging the Boys

Back in 2015, we introduced Cowboys Nation to the concept of SPARQ on these pages. SPARQ turned out to be a concept that resonated powerfully with many fans. A metric that was previously virtually unknown outside of the most hardcore advanced-stat-aficionados (and a bunch of Seahawks fans) now has Cowboys social media all a-buzz and a-twitter.

Over the next days and weeks, we'll look at many different position groups in this year's draft class via SPARQ, so today I'll provide an extended (re-)introduction to SPARQ before we move on to this year's defensive end class.

SPARQ

Many elite athletes in the various college programs find that once they enter the NFL, their previously elite skill set is - at best - par for the course on an NFL team. As a matter of principle, NFL players are bigger, faster, stronger, and more talented than college players.

Which is why NFL teams are obsessed with athleticism over almost anything else, and which is why we as fans pore of 40-yard dash times and other Combine measurables so much. You can teach most players to recognize when a defense is in man or zone, but you cannot teach a player to outrun a faster opponent.

Full Analysis -- Blogging the Boys
Saints Re-Sign CB Sterling Moore and DE Darryl Tapp To One-Year Contracts Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-23-2017 05:00 PM


By NewOrleansSaints.com

The New Orleans Saints announced today that they have re-signed CB Sterling Moore and DE Darryl Tapp to one-year contracts. The announcements were made by Saints’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis.

Moore, 5-10 202, signed with New Orleans at the start of the 2016 regular season and appeared in 13 games with 12 starts, posting 55 tackles (47 solo), two interceptions, a team-leading 14 passes defensed and one forced fumble.

Over six NFL seasons, Moore has started 31-of-69 career games while accumulating 179 tackles, six interceptions, 39 passes defensed, seven forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries for the Patriots, Cowboys, Buccaneers and Saints. The Southern Methodist product originally entered the NFL with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2011.

Tapp, 6-1 270, is an 11-year NFL veteran who joined the Saints in 2016 as an unrestricted free agent prior to the start of training camp. He played in all 16 games with two starts and finished with 33 tackles (15 solo), a half sack and one fumble recovery.

Full Story - NewOrleansSaints.com
Linebacker Manti Te'o grateful for opportunity with Saints; cherishes signal-caller role Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-23-2017 04:19 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune


Linebacker Manti Te'o didn't visit other teams during free agency before choosing to sign a two-year deal with the New Orleans Saints.

For Te'o, the opportunity in New Orleans felt right after he visited the Saints on the first day of the league's new calendar year.

"I thought that I really enjoyed the coaching staff, getting to meet them, getting to know them a little bit," Te'o said Thursday morning in a teleconference with Saints media. "I thought it was a good opportunity to come in and to compete and to show what I can do. I'm grateful that they believed in me to being me on board, so I'm real excited."...

Full Story - NOLA.com
Saints praise Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes during private workout: report Posted By: Andrus Posted On 03-23-2017 04:17 PM


By Larry Holder, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

It's no secret the New Orleans Saints are scouting this year's crop of quarterbacks entering the 2017 NFL Draft. One prospect has seemingly impressed Sean Payton, offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael and Co.

Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes told NFL.com the Saints contingent was very complimentary during a private workout the team held for Mahomes on Tuesday at Texas Tech's campus.

"I know they loved how well-prepared I was. They could tell I had really studied and knew my stuff," Mahomes told NFL.com. "And they liked the way the ball came out of my hand. They said every time they see me under center, I look better and better."...

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NFL Prospects from THE BOOT -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 01-29-2017


NFL Prospects from THE BOOT

By Mike Detillier


I have been evaluating college talent headed to the NFL for 30 years and every year something jumps out at me. In the 2017 NFL draft class, what jumps out to me is the huge amount of potential pro prospects with Louisiana roots available to the 32 NFL teams.

Six out of the last nine years Louisiana per capita has produced more NFL players than any other state in the United States. In those 3 other years they came in second.

I have never seen so many potential Louisiana pro prospects in my 30 years covering the college football world in one draft class. Below are prospects who played high school football and grew up in Louisiana.

In my potential top-30 prospects Louisiana has 4:

Leonard Fournette-Halfback, LSU (St. Augustine)
Tim Williams- Outside Linebacker, Alabama (University Lab)
Cam Robinson-Offensive Tackle, Alabama (West Monroe)
Tre’Davious White-Cornerback, LSU (Green Oaks-Shreveport)


Prospects considered to be selected in the second or third round of the 2017 NFL draft Louisiana has 6 in:

Malachi Dupre-Wide Receiver, LSU (John Curtis)
Davon Godchaux-Defensive Tackle, LSU (Plaquemine)
Jeremy Cutrer-Cornerback, Middle Tennessee (Jewel-Sumner-Kentwood)
Duke Riley-Outside Linebacker, LSU (John Curtis)
Carlos Henderson-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (McDonogh 35)
Kendell Beckwith-Middle Linebacker, LSU (East Feliciana)


NFL prospects with very late third round into the fifth round Louisiana has 6 prospects:

Tanzel Smart-Defensive Tackle, Tulane (Scotlandville Magnet)
Chad Williams-Wide Receiver, Grambling (Madison Prep)
Elijah McGuire-Halfback, UL-Lafayette (Vandebilt-Catholic)
Trent Taylor-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (Evangel Christian)
Travin Dural-Wide Receiver, LSU (Breaux Bridge)
Xavier Woods-Strong Safety, Louisiana Tech (West Monroe)


Prospects with either sixth or seventh round pick grades Louisiana has 7 potential draft choices:

Cameron Tom-Offensive Center, Southern Mississippi (Catholic High B.R.)
D’Nerius Antoine-Strong Safety, Southern Mississippi (Westgate)
Cethan Carter-Tight End, Nebraska (Rummel)
Josh Boutte-Offensive Guard, LSU (Westgate)
B.J. Singleton-Defensive Tackle, Houston (Destrehan)
Lenard Tillery-Halfback, Southern (McKinley)
Dwayne Thomas-Cornerback, LSU (O. Perry Walker)


Prospects who just missed out on late round pick grades and will be signed as NFL free agents Louisiana has 5 in:

Speedy Noil-Wide Receiver/Return Man, Texas A&M (Edna Karr)
DeSean Smith-Tight End, LSU (Barbe)
Rickey Jefferson-Free Safety, LSU (Destrehan)
Lazedrick Thompson-Halfback, Tulane (St. Charles Catholic)
Otha Peters-Outside/Inside Linebacke,r UL-Lafayette (Covington)

The above numbers are just remarkable for our state to produce in one draft class.


Watch for Engram

I know the New Orleans Saints need help on the defensive side of the ball, but we all know Sean Payton loves offensive players and this is an offense-driven league. In Round 2 of the 2017 NFL draft don’t be surprised to see the Saints take a long look at Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram, if he is still on the board.

The 6-3, 230 pound Engram has re-written the Rebel records for receptions for tight ends and he wowed the scouts in Mobile, Alabama this past week at...
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Mike Detillier's Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft
Posted On 01-28-2017


Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft

By Mike Detillier



1. Myles Garrett - Defensive End, Texas A&M

2. Leonard Fournette - Halfback, LSU

3. Jonathan Allen - Defensive End/Tackle, Alabama

4. Deshaun Watson - Quarterback, Clemson

5. Dalvin Cook - Halfback, Florida State

6. Derek Barnett - Defensive End, Tennessee

7. Jamal Adams - Strong Safety, LSU

8. Malik Hooker - Free Safety, Ohio State

9. Mike Williams - Wide Receiver, Clemson

10. Reuben Foster - Inside Linebacker, Alabama

11. Solomon Thomas - Defensive End, Stanford

12. Jalen "Teez" Tabor - Cornerback, Florida

13. Cam Robinson - Offensive Tackle, Alabama

14. Tim Williams - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

15. Jabrill Peppers - Strong Safety, Michigan

16. O.J. Howard - Tight End, Alabama

17. Sidney Jones - Cornerback, Washington

18. Takkarist McKinley - Outside Linebacker, UCLA

19. Marshon Lattimore - Cornerback, Ohio State

20. Mitch Trubisky - Quarterback, North Carolina

21. Corey Davis - Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

22. Malik McDowell - Defensive Tackle, Michigan State

23. Ryan Ramczyk - Offensive Tackl, Wisconsin

24. Christian McCaffrey - Halfback, Stanford

25. Taco Charlton - Defensive End, Michigan

26. Tre'Davious White - Cornerback, LSU

27. John Ross - Wide Receiver, Washington

28. Marlon Humphrey - Cornerback, Alabama

29. Zach Cunningham - Outside/Inside Linebacker, Vanderbilt

30. David Njoku - Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

31. Cordrea Tankersley - Cornerback, Clemson

32. Charles Harris - Defensive End, Missouri

33. T.J. Watt - Outside Linebacker, Wisconsin

34. Carlos Watkins - Defensive Tackle, Clemson

35. Forrest Lamp - Offensive Guard, Western Kentucky

36. Jarrad Davis - Inside Linebacker, Florida

37. Desmond King - Cornerback, Iowa

38. Carl Lawson - Defensive End, Auburn

39. DeShone Kizer - Quarterback, Notre Dame

40. Ethan Pocic - Offensive Center/Guard, LSU

41. Adoree' Jackson - Cornerback, USC

42. Haason Reddick - Outside Linebacker, Rutgers

43. Quincy Wilson - Cornerback, Florida

44. Ryan Anderson - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

45. Raekwon McMillan - Middle Linebacker, Ohio State

46. Dede Westbrook - Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

47. Caleb Brantley - Defensive Tackle, Florida

48. Evan Engram - Tight End, Mississippi

49. Jordan Leggett - Tight End, ...
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