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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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TAQUAN “SMOKE” MIZZELL Sr.

Mizzell attended and played high school football ay Bayside High in Virginia Beach, Virginia. After his high school playing days were over, Mizzell attended University of Virginia, where he played running back. He is the only player in ACC history with 1,500+ career rushing and 1,500+ career receiving yards. He played in 46 games in his four years at Virginia, and he started in 22 of them. He ranks #2 all time at Virginia with 195 receptions, the most ever by an ACC running back. He had at least (1) catch in his last 45 games in college. As a senior he rushed for 844 yards, and 5 touchdowns. In the passing game he had 52 receptions for 404 yards and added another 2 touchdowns. Mizzell graduated with an anthropology degree. In 2017 he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Ravens. He was waived by Baltimore at the beginning of the season but was picked up by Chicago and he played in 12 games over the next two years. He played running back for the Bears and he returned kickoffs. At the end of camp last year, he was waived by the Bears and that is when the SAINTS signed him to our practice squad where he remained all season. At the beginning of the 2019 season Mizzell switch from running back to wide receiver. Mizzell is another versatile position player Payton is seeing what he can contribute to this team. I'll go out on a limb here and say, if he makes the team, he won't be wearing #44 this season.

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MARCUS WILLIAMS

Williams went to Eleanor Roosevelt High in Eastvale California. He was a wide receiver and a cornerback for the his team. As a senior, he totaled (60) tackle on defense along with (6) interception and (175) return yards. He also had (41) receptions for (924) and (9) touchdowns. He was a multi-sport athlete who played on the basketball team and ran track. He participated as a high jumper on the track team. He had a 4.0 grade point average throughout high school. After receiving scholarship offers from Washington and California, and the University of Utah, he decided on Utah. He contributed early in his collegiate career. As a true freshman at he he played in all 13 games and started (6) of them. He finished his freshman year with (56) tackles and an interception. He was named first team All-Pac12 as a sophomore after registering (65) tackles and (5) interceptions as a starter. He missed a few games as a junior due to an injury but he still totaled (64) tackles along with (5) interceptions and was an All-Pac 12 selection. So after totaling (11) interceptions in (3) years, he decided to leave college early forgoing his senior year and enter the 2017 draft. The SAINTS selected Williams in the second round. As a rookie he started all 15 games he appeared in. He made (70) tackles, (4) interceptions, (6) pass deflections and two passes defensed. He led all rookie safeties in interceptions. Last year he had another (4) interceptions & (40) tackles. In his (3) years with the SAINTS he has led his team in interceptions with (10). He has started all (46) regular season games, has made (178) tackles, forced two fumbles, and made (8) special team stops.

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CHASE HANSEN

Hansen is another player from Utah trying to make the SAINTS roster. Football is well entrenced in Chase’s family.. His father, Brian played football at BYU, his uncle Randy played for Utah, his uncle Bruce lettered in football at BYU and played for the New England Patriots. Chase played football at Lone Peak high school in Highland, Utah. In 2011 he was a parade All-American and selected by the Salt Lake tribune as the Class 5A Player of the Year. He was named “Mr. Football” a state recognition given by the Desert news, and he was named as the Utah Gatorade Player of the Year. As a senior he quarterbacked his team to a 14-0 record and the Utah Class 5 state championship. He also played on the basketball team where he received four letters and he played on the 2011 state championship basketball team. He played a little baseball as well in high school. He was an academic all-region selection too. When his high school days were over Chase went to the University of Utah. As a redshirt freshman he played some quarterback. He went on to being a four-year starter at safety and linebacker. Before his time was done at Utah he had finished his college career with 272 tackles, 33.5 tackles for loss, eight sacks, six interceptions, five fumble recoveries, and four forced fumbles. He was also a two-time All-Pac-12 selection (first-team linebacker in 2018 and 2016 honorable mention safety) He graduated with a bachelor's degree in consumer and community studies. As an undrafted free agent, the SAINTS signed Hansen to a three year contract in early May of 2019, but was surprisingly waived a few days later, and then re-signed again. This was all do to the fact they discovered Chase had not recovered well enough from a back surgery he had after an injury in his last game at Utah. When the SAINTS determined he was not ready to suit up for rookie mini-camp, they waived him to create a roster spot for another player they wanted to sign. After he was signed a second time, Hansen was eventually placed on injured reserve for all of 2019. Now with enough recovery time, Chase can show if he has what it takes to stick with the SAINTS.

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ALVIN KAMARA

Kamara attended Norcross High school in Georgia. As a junior in 2011, he gained 1,300 yards rushing with (17) touchdowns. In his senior year, he picked up (2,264) yards with (26) touchdowns, and he had (22) receptions for (286) yards and another (5) touchdowns. He led his high school to its first state championship. Kamara was named Georgia Mr. Football by the press. He was also named Class 6A Player of the Year, and earned first-team All-State honors. Kamara was selected to participate in the Under Armour All-American game. Kamara was considered to be one of the top running back prospects in the nation. He was rated the No. 1 all-purpose back in the 247Composite. Kamara committed to play college football for the Crimson Tide, but his time there didn’t last too long. He had surgery on his knee in the preseason and he was red-shirted his freshman year. His recruitment class included future NFL running backs, Derrick Henry, TJ Yeldon, and Kenyan Drake. Kamara eventually left Alabama and went to Hutchinson Community college in Kansas. He had (1,469) total offensive yards and (21) touchdowns in his redshirt freshman year and that made him one of the top JUCO prospects in the nation. He received offers from Georgia and Tennessee and he decided to become a Volunteer. As a sophomore he shared the backfield duties with two other running backs and he contributed (698) yards & (7) rushing touchdowns, with an average of 6.5 yards per carry. He also had (291) receiving yards and (3) touchdowns, and he had a touchdown as a punt returner. His junior year was similar as he continued to share the backfield with Jalen Hurd. and John Kelly. Overall during his two years at Tennessee he played in (24) games, with (8) starts and contributed almost 2000 yards from scrimmage. Kamara decided to forgo his senior year and enter the NFL draft in 2017. He made the highest score on the Wonderlic test of all the running backs at the combine. NFL draft analyst had him ranked between the 4th and 7th best running back in the draft, and most had him rated as a second round pick. When the SAINTS saw him not picked yet in the third round, they moved up to select him. Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey, Curtis Samuel (considered a RB/WR), Delvin Cook, and Joe Mixon were all selected ahead of him. He immediately gave us a new offense when he joined the SAINTS. Sean Payton saw this and eventually said, I am the only thing holding him back from becoming the offensive rookie of the year. Payton did not prevent that from happening and neither did Alvin. Over the last three years he has thrilled SAINTS fans and created an impressive highlight reel. In regular season games, he has (2,409) yards rushing, (2,068) yards receiving, 588 return yards. He has made (38) touchdowns including a (106) yard kickoff return for TD.

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TINO ELLIS

Ellis played high school football for DeMatha Catholic High in Hyattsville, Maryland. He played as a freshman in high school and he helped lead his team to three straight Washington Catholic Area Conference titles. Ellis was selected as an Under Armour All-American and considered a four star recruit. He was also named DeMartha Catholic high school Distinguished Gentleman award winner. Ellis was rated the 6th best player in the state of Maryland by Rivals. He stayed in state and played his college football at the University of Maryland. He converted from playing wide receiver to cornerback his freshman year and that got him on the field contributing early. In year one in college he appeared in 12 games and he even had one start. The next year he had 6 starts and his playing time increased, and he was a full time starter in his junior year. His playing time as a senior was reduced due to a torn pectoral muscle injury. He only played in (4) games which some say prevented him from rising in the draft. He finished his college career playing in 42 games with 25 starts and recording 71 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 22 passes defensed, a fumble recovery and a 44-yard interception return. He went undrafted in the 2020 draft, and was signed by the SAINTS. He is considered a physical outside corner. He will be pushing to take a roster spot from one of the veteran backups. As he goes to the next level in his football career, can he once again be a contributed early like he did in high school and college?

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Washington played at Prattville high school in Alabama. He was a dual-threat quarterback in high school and completed 93-of-162 passes for 1,718 yards and 17 touchdowns. Washington rushed for 1,201 yards on 152 carries and scored 20 touchdowns. He also played defense for Prattville as a cornerback. Washington was a two-time Montgomery Advertiser Player of the Year during for his high school play. He received many scholarship offers and he decided on the University of Michigan. He was red-shirted his freshman year, and his sophomore year was spent mainly on special teams with a little time at defensive back. He decided he wanted to leave Michigan so he transfered to Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Mississippi. He played there in 2017, appearing in (9) games and he was contributed (20) tackles and two interceptions. Washington moved to division 1 ball by heading back north to West Virginia where he spent the next (2) years. During his junior and senior year there he played in (22) games at cornerback with (17) starts. He was an All Big-12 second team selection and he played in the East-West Shrine game. He earned his bachelor’s degree last year. Washington was not selected in the draft, but the SAINTS had their eye on him, and they offered him a guaranteed salary contract of $95,000 to come to New Orleans.

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TONY JONES JR.

In high school, Jones played football at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. One of his teammates was Cesar Ruiz, this years SAINTS number one pick in the draft. He had multiple 100 yard rushing games in both his junior and senior years at IMG. His average rushing yards per carry his senior year was 6.6 yards, and in his junior year it was 11.7 yards per run. He totaled (25) touchdowns in those two years. Jones was also an outstanding baseball player in high school. He batted .491 (26 of 53), had nine RBI’s, 11 stolen bases and 16 runs. He was highly recruited coming out of high school and Jones decided to head to South Bend to play for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. He was red-shirted his freshman year, and the following year he appeared in (12) games on special teams and as a backup running back where he made three touchdowns. Last year, he became the lead back at Notre Dame, and he rushed for 857 yards and six touchdowns. He had five games with more than 100-yards rushing, including a game against Southern Cal when he ran for 176 yards. Jones finished his Notre Dame career with 1481 rushing yards. He went undrafted in this year’s draft and the SAINTS signed him. Bob Rose wrote, “ Jones has excellent vision and a natural feel for the blocking in front of him. He has good size and strength to withstand the NFL pounding. He’s an asset to the passing game because of his blocking and ability to pick up the blitz. Jones is a power runner that can be productive between the tackles and a load to bring down. He reads linebackers well in a one-cut scheme and lowers his pads for extra yardage.” The SAINTS have had a recent history of undrafted free agent running backs making the team and contributing. Will he join the company of Pierre Thomas, Chris Ivory, Khiry Robinson, and Travaris Cadet?

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TONY JONES JR.

In high school, Jones played football at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. One of his teammates was Cesar Ruiz, this years SAINTS number one pick in the draft. He had multiple 100 yard rushing games in both his junior and senior years at IMG. His average rushing yards per carry his senior year was 6.6 yards, and in his junior year it was 11.7 yards per run. He totaled (25) touchdowns in those two years. Jones was also an outstanding baseball player in high school. He batted .491 (26 of 53), had nine RBI’s, 11 stolen bases and 16 runs. He was highly recruited coming out of high school and Jones decided to head to South Bend to play for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. He was red-shirted his freshman year, and the following year he appeared in (12) games on special teams and as a backup running back where he made three touchdowns. Last year, he became the lead back at Notre Dame, and he rushed for 857 yards and six touchdowns. He had five games with more than 100-yards rushing, including a game against Southern Cal when he ran for 176 yards. Jones finished his Notre Dame career with 1481 rushing yards. He went undrafted in this year’s draft and the SAINTS signed him. Bob Rose wrote, “ Jones has excellent vision and a natural feel for the blocking in front of him. He has good size and strength to withstand the NFL pounding. He’s an asset to the passing game because of his blocking and ability to pick up the blitz. Jones is a power runner that can be productive between the tackles and a load to bring down. He reads linebackers well in a one-cut scheme and lowers his pads for extra yardage.” The SAINTS have had a recent history of undrafted free agent running backs making the team and contributing. Will he join the company of Pierre Thomas, Chris Ivory, Khiry Robinson, and Travaris Cadet?

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So if TJ, Jr were to make the team, would that be the end of a fullback. Seems TJ, Jr would be a cross breed type of running / fullback. Which if you thought about it, would be a great idea. You really wouldn't know who is getting the ball. He would probably get more carries than the normal fullback......1 carry every 8 games.
 
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So if TJ, Jr were to make the team, would that be the end of a fullback. Seems TJ, Jr would be a cross breed type of running / fullback. Which if you thought about it, would be a great idea. You really wouldn't know who is getting the ball. He would probably get more carries than the normal fullback......1 carry every 8 games.
If he really has the ability to protect Brees in the passing game, and shows he is the best in pass protection, I think he has a legitimate shot of making the team. I think Ingram was that guy to Payton. So if we can put a guy in that backfield again that can pick up the blitz, offer good pass protection but also take a screen pass for good yardage, we are getting back what we lost when Ingram left. I think it Payton is looking to see if Jones can improve his pass catching ability out of the backfield to be that guy. Draft analysis say, he can block and pass protect, but the rest still has to be seen.
 
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DAVARIO JAMAL (D.J.) SWEARINGER

Swearinger went to Grenwood High school in Greenwood, South Carolina. He was a two-way starter for the Greenwood Eagles, and he was playing and contributing as a sophomore. By the time he completed his senior year, he had 1,820 yards rushing, (30) touchdowns on offense, along with ( 238) tackles and (6 )
interceptions on defense. He was named second-team All-State, and he was invited to play in the Shrine Bowl Game of the Carolinas. He was also a standout in track and field. He could the sprint events well, run hurdles well, and was outstanding in the high jump. and Common sense tells you, those skills are great to have as a wide receiver or defensive back. He was regarded as a three-star prospect, coming out of high school. Swearinger originally committed to Tennessee and he also had an offer from University of North Carolina among others. He ended up playing at the University of South Carolina. During his college career, he started 33 of 52 games in which he appeared, recording 244 tackles, with (6) interceptions and (3) touchdowns. After his senior year was over he was named a second-team All-Southeastern conference selection. As his college playing days were over, Swearinger was projected to be a second or third round pick by the majority of NFL draft experts and scouts. He was ranked the fourth best free safety prospect in the draft by NFLDraftScout.com. He came into the league in 2013 after being drafted in the second round by the Houston Texans. He played in all (16) games and started (10) of them as a rookie. Swearinger has played for the Texans, Cardinals, Tampa Bay, Oakland, and that football team in Washington DC that at the time was called the Redskins. He joined the SAINTS in week (16) last year. In his (7) years in the NFL he has, (382) tackles, (4 1/2) sacks, and (14) interceptions.

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