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We will update the list in this top post as signings become official. Thank you for helping!

SAINTS SIGNINGS:

1) Trill Williams, cornerback, Syracuse
2) Dylan Soehner, tight end, Iowa State
3) Nolan Cooney, punter, Syracuse
4) Mike Brown, tackle/guard, West Virginia University
5) Shaq Smith, linebacker, Maryland
6) Stevie Scott, running back, Indiana
7) Eric Burell, safety, Wisconsin
8) Bryce Thompson, cornerback, Tennessee
9) Josiah Bronson, DT, Washington
10) Alex Hoffman, OT, Carrol College
11) Lawrence Woods, CB. Truman St.
 
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At his pro day - RB Stevie Scott ran a 4.66 forty and the short shuttle of 4.57 (source - Hoosiers Now, official pro day results) And everyone knows that your pro day is where you see the fastest of your forty times. So he's the type of RB that would likely have run between 4.70 to 4.73 if at the Indy combine.

In comparison, at Latavius Murray's pro day, he clocked a 4.38 forty time and 4.36 short shuttle (source Wikipedia)

So before the "camp beast" proclamations begin... just a little dose of reality.
 

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At his pro day - RB Stevie Scott ran a 4.66 forty and the short shuttle of 4.57 (source - Hoosiers Now, official pro day results) And everyone knows that your pro day is where you see the fastest of your forty times. So he's the type of RB that would likely have run between 4.70 to 4.73 if at the Indy combine.

In comparison, at Latavius Murray's pro day, he clocked a 4.38 forty time and 4.36 short shuttle (source Wikipedia)

So before the "camp beast" proclamations begin... just a little dose of reality.
That’s a great “glass half empty” view.
He’s a power RB with good agility and nifty feet. Size-wise he’s similar to Murray, but Murray is a home run threat with rare speed for a big RB.

Watch the tape of Scott vs Big 10 defenses like Penn St and Michigan... then tell me he sucks with a straight face.
 

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This team because of salary cap restrictions will probably have every draft pick make the roster and a few UDFA's.
I can definitely see every draft pick being good enough to make the roster. At worst bottom half of draft will be Special teams or rotational players that can develop into something more eventually.

Even the one pick Ian Book i didnt care much for initially will serve as a legitimate backup. This will enable Taysom to be Jack of all Trades, if Winston wins starting QB.
 

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