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Apr 20

2019 Saints Mock Draft #Contest


As the 2019 NFL Draft approaches the New Orleans Saints could go many different ways with their picks. They could go wide receiver since this draft has good depth at receiver and that would be fulfilling a need. They could go defensive line with Sheldon Rankins being injured and David Onyemata possibly being suspended. Here is my mock draft:

In the second round pick 62 I have the Saints taking wide receiver out of Stanford JJ Arcega Whiteside. He has great hands and body control and could be the perfect number 2 along side Mike Thomas. Fast forward to round 5 pick 168 I have the Saints taking LSU tight end Foster Moreau. Even though the Saints have Jared Cook and Josh Hill it couldn’t hurt to get a young talented tight end to watch and learn from them. I think the Saints would go linebacker and runningback with the two sixth round pick. TJ Edwards linebacker out of Wisconsin and Mike Weber runningback out of Ohio State. Both would be nice additions and depth at their positions. The two round seventh round picks I have them going defensive line Jordan Ledbetter out of Georgia and CeCe Jefferson out of Florida. Hopefully one of them can stick and make the final 53.

No matter who the Saints draft you have to trust what Jeff Ireland does because of how good he has been at picking good players that fit the Saints team. #contest

Apr 20

I also agree with the saints possibly going WR in the 2nd round, but in the end you are right... Gotta trust the front office to get it done this year, its going to be hell of a ride!

There is a lot of really talented WRs in this draft (Harry, Butler, Samuel, JJ, Ridley, Harmon) could possibly make it to Saints. Curious to see how the draft unfolds this year. I hate that we don’t have many high picks but I like who we got using those picks.

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