The official 2021 saints undrafted free agent class thread (6 Viewers)

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In order to keep things easier to follow, please post info, videos, tweets on this thread.

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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Josiah Bronson, DT, Washington
Alex Hoffman, LT, Carroll College
Lawrence Woods, CB, Truman State

Sorry Old News :rolleyes:
 

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Some names on that list... his top UDFA WR and EDGE remain unsigned...

Warren G’s son (DB from USC) remains unsigned... REGULATORS!... Mount up.
Marlon Williams, the UCF is a Mobile kid that played at McGill-Toolen Catholic.

His first year at UCF he played with Tre’Quan Smith.
 

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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.
Speed isn't everything. He runs with power and determination. He falls forward
 

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Marlon Williams, the UCF is a Mobile kid that played at McGill-Toolen Catholic.

His first year at UCF he played with Tre’Quan Smith.
Think he signed with Texans.
 

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Absolutely! He’s an UDFA joining an established and deep RB corps with Murray and Montgomery clearly ahead of him (all behind AK41)... and Washington’s special teams prowess holding his spot (especially now with Hardee gone; Washington is 2nd only to JT Gray is ST value).

If Scott makes it, it will be on the PS (if everyone is healthy) and he’d have to beat-out Tony Jones. I think Jones really missed a great opportunity last season (not his fault) by only being able to handle 2 carries before getting hurt.
He'll go on the IR list till next year
 

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This dude is a baller. Lots of heart and athleticism
Williams, the Tenn DB and the Wisc. Safety I think make the Roster and fill out the bottom of the roster and contribute on special teams.
 

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Nasty bad legal issues/allegations.
"Wanted to shoot up the School"
Violent threats
Assault allegations

Do we want this in our locker room ?
We normally do not touch this kind of character.
Saints are doing there part for society by getting him out of school.

Plus with so much quick twitch athleticism and quick hips it's hard to ignore his potential. He also looks so freaking comfortable on the field and he processes and makes decisions so fast and effortlessly making him really good in man and zones. If he can keep his head on straight he is going to surprise a lot of people.
 

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