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There are only 100 days to go until our first SAINTS game of the 2020 season. Tampa Bay vs New Orleans SAINTS. Brees vs Brady. Therefore tomorrow morning, Saturday June 6th, the countdown begins. As we begin our traditional countdown this year we salute SAINT TEX for her many years of bringing us the COUNTDOWN. Thank you again SAINT TEX. Tune in tomorrow morning as we begin with number,
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Jalen Dalton

In high school, Dalton ranked as the top player in North Carolina by Rivals.com . He played at West Forsyth in Clemmons, N.C. He earned first-team all-state honors. He was listed as the No. 1 defensive end in North Carolina, No. 5 in the South and No. 10 nationally. He was selected to play in a couple of high school All-star games. He was rated as a Four Star player as he left his high school playing days behind him. He stayed in his home state for college and played for the North Carolina Tar Heels. As a freshman, he appeared in nine games and tallied 15 tackles, two quarterback hurries, a tackle for loss and had a couple of pass breakups. Before he finished his four years there, the DT/DE had appeared in 38 games, totaling 93 tackles, 15 TFLs, and 6.5 sacks. After not being selected in the 2019 NFL draft, he was signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent. He made the news in the Bears preseason camp, when Kyle Long had enough of him in practice and they got into a fight. Long was ejected from practice after he took Dalton's helmet off and hit him with it. Entering camp he was listed as the Bears 8th defensive tackle on the depth chart. The Bears waived him at the end of preseason. In December of last year the SAINTS put him on our practice squad and they liked him enough to sign him to a futures contract in January so they could bring him back for 2020.

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Malcolm Roach

When Roach played in high school he was coached by his father. Dad was an All American linebacker at Southern. Malcolm's older brother, Mike Jr was an All-SWAC safety at Grambling. Malcolm attended a small high school, Madison Prep in Baton Rouge. He achieved many honors while there including being a four-time all-state selection. He also played some tight-end, and on the track and field team he competed in shot put and discus. Roach became a Longhorn, playing his college football at the University of Texas. A four-year defensive lineman who played in 47 career games with 23 starts. He played at both defensive end and linebacker in college. He was a team captain for the 2019 season. As a senior he had 40 tackles, including 9.0 tackles for a loss, three sacks, and one blocked one kick. When Roach signed with the New Orleans as a free agent he became the third former Longhorn on the SAINTS team, joining Lil’ Jordan Humphrey and Malcom Brown. He was quoted as saying, “All my life I’ve dreamed about playing for the Saints,” …“The way the draft went, it didn’t work out in my favor, but I feel like God has a bigger plan for me. I’m thankful for everything that’s happened, and I’m ready to go out there and prove to people what I can do. I’m ready to go in and make an impact with the Saints and try my hardest to make the roster there.”

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It's a dirty, rotten shame we can't seen these new young guys in action, fighting for a spot in rookie camp and all.
What a disadvantage for them to not have a rookie camp, mini-camp, to showcase their talents and make an impression to be considered for a roster spot or even a practice squad spot. Players like Shy Tuttle or Jalen Dalton have a significant advantage over someone like Malcolm Roach because our staff has seen Tuttle make a few plays last year, and there is film on Dalton as a player who played in the preseason last year for the Bears. We don't know what Malcolm Roach can do against NFL O-line players, and he and others will have very few opportunities to do that this year. Keep in mind we are talking about maybe only 2 preseason games. Our players who were on our practice squad last year may not be as good and our pool of undrafted free agents of 2020, because we will have very little opportunity to evaluate them. Who is to say one of this years undrafted free agents wouldn't have already been catching the eye of our staff. While the NFL has already announced expanding those spots going into 2020, I would like to see it expanded even more so teams have more time to evaluate the new rookie talent before being forced to cut them.
 
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Andrus Jamerson Peat

Peat went to Corona del Sol High School in Tempe, Arizona. He played football, basketball and was on the track team. He was a center on the basketball team leading his school to win the Division 1 state championship as a senior. In track & field, Peat competed as a shot putter and threw the discus. Football runs in the Peat family as his father, Todd Peat, played six seasons for the Cardinals and Raiders, his older brother, played football at Nebraska and is younger brother, Cassius Peat, was a defensive end for Virginia. Coming out of high school Andrus was rated as a 5-Star recruit and Sporting News even had him listed as the best recruit in his class. Peat received 38 scholarship offers from college football teams. He was offered scholarships from Nebraska, Florida State, USC, Arizona, UCLA, Colorado, LSU, North Carolina, Oregon State, Clemson, Washington, Kansas, Tennessee, Auburn, Arkansas, Arizona State, Florida, Notre Dame, Michigan, Texas, Miami, Oregon, and Alabama. He committed to Stanford in February of 2012. As a freshman at Stanford, Peat played in 13 games averaging 20 snaps a game as he rotated in at left tackle. He started all 14 games as a sophomore in 2013, and as a junior in 2014, he won the Morris Trophy and was named an All- American. He achieved many other collegiate honors. After his junior season, Peat entered the NFL draft. In 2015, Peat was selected in the first round, with the 13th overall pick by the SAINTS. He got his first start in September of that year at left guard but since then he has also started at left tackle when Terron Armstead has not been able to take the field. Peat has been so flexible he has actually started at ever position of the offensive line except center. The SAINTS exercised the fifth-year option on Peat for the 2019 season and he recently a signed a five-year, $57.5 million contract. His ability to start at so many positions may have weighed heavily on the decision to lock him up and make sure the SAINTS retain his rights through the 2025 season.

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Jalen Dalton

In high school, Dalton ranked as the top player in North Carolina by Rivals.com . He played at West Forsyth in Clemmons, N.C. He earned first-team all-state honors. He was listed as the No. 1 defensive end in North Carolina, No. 5 in the South and No. 10 nationally. He was selected to play in a couple of high school All-star games. He was rated as a Four Star player as he left his high school playing days behind him. He stayed in his home state for college and played for the North Carolina Tar Heels. As a freshman, he appeared in nine games and tallied 15 tackles, two quarterback hurries, a tackle for loss and had a couple of pass breakups. Before he finished his four years there, the DT/DE had appeared in 38 games, totaling 93 tackles, 15 TFLs, and 6.5 sacks. After not being selected in the 2019 NFL draft, he was signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent. He made the news in the Bears preseason camp, when Kyle Long had enough of him in practice and they got into a fight. Long was ejected from practice after he took Dalton's helmet off and hit him with it. Entering camp he was listed as the Bears 8th defensive tackle on the depth chart. The Bears waived him at the end of preseason. In December of last year the SAINTS put him on our practice squad and they liked him enough to sign him to a futures contract in January so they could bring him back for 2020.

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Jalen Dalton has the name and look of an elite NFL player. The scow on his brow looks like he has a nasty streak in him. He just looks intimidating. I really hope he turns out to be a beast and a diamond in the rough.
 
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We don't have a player on the roster who is listed as wearing #74 , so we will do another flashback to Derland Moore. The SAINTS selected Moore in the second round of the 1973 draft . At the time he was drafted, Moore was the highest selected college walk-on in history of the NFL Draft, a distinction overtaken by fellow Sooner Baker Mayfield, the overall number one draft pick in 2018. Moore played for 13 seasons with the New Orleans Saints, playing for five permanent head coaches and three interim coaches in that time.
He led the team in sacks in 1980, and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1983. Moore was Inducted into the SAINTS Hall of Fame, and was also placed on the New Orleans Saints 40th Anniversary Team. There was another thread about Moore within saintsreport.com but I couldn't get the link to work. Here is a link to additional info on Derland Moore's history with the SAINTS .

https://www.saintshalloffame.com/inductees/derland-moore/

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Ethan Greenidge

Greenidge in from Long Island and played his high school ball at Riverhead High School in Flanders, New York. He earned the honor of being named a two-time Suffolk County Coaches Association All-Division first team offensive lineman. He was also a First-team Suffolk County All-Star selection. He became a team captain and he earned three varsity letters in football, basketball and track & field. Villanova was his choice for college and he quickly became a starter. The left tackle started in all 43 games that he appeared in for the Wildcats . He graduated with a bachelor's degree in communications. Greenidge went undrafted after his senior year, and that may have been the result of a shoulder injury and surgery. He joined the SAINTS last year as an undrafted free agent. He made the 53-man when the preseason was over, yet he never appeared in a regular season game or the post season. He was praised by the coaching staff for his continued development. He came into the NFL as a tackle, but with the valuable ability to also play guard. It is my assumption that the staff was afraid to cut him and put him on the practice squad knowing he would be picked up by another team and placed on their active roster.

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So, he never played. This was a very curious roster move. The only thing that makes sense to me also is the fear he would be poached.
 
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So, he never played. This was a very curious roster move. The only thing that makes sense to me also is the fear he would be poached.
That is exactly what I was thinking. They must really like his potential to take up that roster spot all year. Perhaps they feel if it wasn't for his surgery last spring, he would have been further along too.
 
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Terron Armstead

Armstead went to Cahokia High School in Illinois. He played football and was on the track team. He had a bit of a growing spell when he grew 2 inches and gained 50 lbs between his junior and senior years. He earned All-Southern Seven Conference honors and an All-Class 5A selection. On the track & field team Armstead was named the News-Democrat Track & Field Athlete of the Year after capturing the state title in the shot put event. He also threw the discus. Armstead went south to play football and compete on the track team for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. In football he was an All-South Western Conference (SWAC) selection during his sophomore, junior, and senior years. On the track team he competed as a shot putter, discus thrower, and and in the hammer throw. When Armstead got to the NFL combine in 2013, he gathered the attention of many after running a 4.71 in the 40 yard dash. It was the fastest time for an offensive lineman since the combine began in 1982. The SAINTS used a third round pick that year to draft Armstead. As a rookie he was the backup to Charles Brown at left tackle. He saw playing time early and started his first game in December and remained the starter for the last four games. Since then, with the exception of when he couldn’t take the field due to injury, he has been our starting left tackle. He has been named to the Pro Bowl more than once and last year he was named the SAINTS Man of the Year which is the team nominee for the Walter Payton award. He is currently building a community center in his home town of Cahokia, Illinois.

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Ramczyk played football at Stevens Point High School in Wisconsin. He was the team MVP and named it’s Offensive Player of the Year. He was also named First Team All-State in 2011, and was invited to play in the 2012 WFCA All-Star Game. He was offered a scholarship to play at Pitt but he decided to attend a Division-II school instead. It wasn’t until he attended Wisconsin-Stevens Point, did he begin his collegiate football career. He played there for two years before transferring to Wisconsin-Madison. He started all 14 games at left tackle in 2016 in Madison on the way to consensus first-team All-American and All-Big Ten honors. He anchored an offensive line that rushed for 203.1 yards per game. He was ranked as the season's top run blocker among FBS tackles by Pro Football Focus. He allowed just one sack and eight pressures. He had a hip injury which limited his participation in the NFL combine and he did not participate in his Pro Day, yet he entered the draft as one of the top ranked tackles available. The SAINTS selected Ramczyk in the first round with the pick they got from the Patriots in exchange for Brandin Cooks. He became an instant starter. He actually started his first four games at left tackle due to an injury to Terron Armstead. He then started 12 games at right tackle, and was named to the All-Rookie team. Since then he has been an All Pro selection twice. In 2019 he allowed zero sacks and was the highest graded Offensive Tackle by Pro Football Focus.

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Jordan Steckler

Steckler started on both offense and defense for three years when he played in high school in Wisconsin. He blocked for an offense that averaged over 32 points as a junior and 29 points as a senior . He was a three-time all-conference selection, and was an All-State honorable mention selection by the Wisconsin high school coaches selection. Steckler was also a standout basketball player in high school. In college he played for Northern Illinois. He started 7 games as a redshirt freshman. In his four years there he played in 47 games, and started in 43 of them. He received many honors both on and off the field. He was an Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete selection, and a Semifinalist for the William F. Campbell Trophy, the "Academic Heisman". He was a first team All-MAC selection, he earned the team's Offensive Lineman of the Year honor, and he was named the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete award. While at Northern Illinois he actually had playing time at all four offensive line position except center. If he can show that flexibility at the NFL level, it might give him an advantage over others to make a team.

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