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I've seen most of these guys plays, there are a few that have NFL bloodlines that seem to intrigue the Saints. Any info on the guys and their potential fit would be welcome. I tried to look for guys that would be available mid-first and later.

Quarterback:
Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
Riley Ferguson*, QB, Memphis

Running Back:
Curtis Samuel*, RB/WR, Ohio State
Samaje Perine*, RB, Oklahoma
Alvin Kamara*, RB, Tennessee
James Conner*, RB, Pittsburgh

Wide Receiver:
JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

TE:
Tyrone Swoopes, TE, Texas

OT:
Conor McDermott, OT, UCLA
Mason Cole*, OT/C, Michigan
Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas
Casey Tucker*, OT, Stanford

OG:
Ethan Pocic, G/C, LSU
Pat Elfein, G/C, Ohio State
K.C. McDermott*, G/OT, Miami
Larry Allen Jr.*, G, Harvard

Center:
Brian Allen*, C/G, Michigan State

DE:
Chris Wormley, DE/DT, Michigan

DT:
Caleb Brantley*, DT, Florida
Lowell Lotulelei*, DT, Utah

OLB:
T.J. Watt*, OLB/ILB, Wisconsin
Hardy Nickerson, OLB/ILB, Illinois

ILB:
Jarrad Davis*, ILB/OLB, Florida

CB:
Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU
Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan

S:
Jabrill Peppers*, S, Michigan
Marcus Maye, S, Florida
 

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I've seen most of these guys plays, there are a few that have NFL bloodlines that seem to intrigue the Saints. Any info on the guys and their potential fit would be welcome. I tried to look for guys that would be available mid-first and later.

Quarterback:
Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
Riley Ferguson*, QB, Memphis

Running Back:
Curtis Samuel*, RB/WR, Ohio State
Samaje Perine*, RB, Oklahoma
Alvin Kamara*, RB, Tennessee
James Conner*, RB, Pittsburgh

Wide Receiver:
JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

TE:
Tyrone Swoopes, TE, Texas

OT:
Conor McDermott, OT, UCLA
Mason Cole*, OT/C, Michigan
Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas
Casey Tucker*, OT, Stanford

OG:
Ethan Pocic, G/C, LSU
Pat Elfein, G/C, Ohio State
K.C. McDermott*, G/OT, Miami
Larry Allen Jr.*, G, Harvard

Center:
Brian Allen*, C/G, Michigan State

DE:
Chris Wormley, DE/DT, Michigan

DT:
Caleb Brantley*, DT, Florida
Lowell Lotulelei*, DT, Utah

OLB:
T.J. Watt*, OLB/ILB, Wisconsin
Hardy Nickerson, OLB/ILB, Illinois

ILB:
Jarrad Davis*, ILB/OLB, Florida

CB:
Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU
Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan

S:
Jabrill Peppers*, S, Michigan
Marcus Maye, S, Florida
Not Jalen Hurd?
 

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Kamara is the better NFL prospect than Hurd.

That's a great list.

I'd add 2.....

QB- Josh Dobbs. In the mold of Cam Newton and Dak Sheppard, a large, athletic QB who has "it". Improved for 3 years as a passer, has great instincts when to exit the pocket and is Russell Wilson tough on 3rd down.
Doesn't hurt that he's intelligent, holding a 4.0 in Aerospace Engineering.

CB- Jalen Tabor. He's better than Vernon Hargraves, even VH has said that. VH went first round #11 last year.
 

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Josh Dobbs is great athlete and very good college QB with a lot of heart, but not accurate enough to be starter in NFL. lots of passes a little high or low or behind open receivers. Won't cut it in the NFL.
Personally, I'm only interested in OL and front 7 prospects, nothing else.
 

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Josh Dobbs is great athlete and very good college QB with a lot of heart, but not accurate enough to be starter in NFL. lots of passes a little high or low or behind open receivers. Won't cut it in the NFL.
Personally, I'm only interested in OL and front 7 prospects, nothing else.
Sounds like you want the team to draft for need.

You aren't paying attention. That's not how we roll. We have some cap space to play with. Fully expect us to throw a little money around in free agency to fill those needs so we can draft Dalvin Cook or someone else in the 1st round and infuriate everyone as we pass on Tim Williams or whomever.
 

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I've seen most of these guys plays, there are a few that have NFL bloodlines that seem to intrigue the Saints. Any info on the guys and their potential fit would be welcome. I tried to look for guys that would be available mid-first and later.
Are all these kids seniors or juniors likely entering the draft?
 

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the saints need a pass rusher, better linebackers, and an offensive lineman......anything else should be added later
 
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Are all these kids seniors or juniors likely entering the draft?
most of them , yes. Some may stay depending on the pre-draft grade they get or if they become injured.
 

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D. Cook still reminds me of D. Frreman. Would like him in the B & G..or S. Barkley. Sean wouldn't know how to use them, though.

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