Whenever the NFL Draft comes around, there are certainties in life: 1. Saints are going to trade up 2. Saints will not address a position fans believe they really should address
3. Saints will screw up a linebacker pick
4. Saints will always have at least 1 UDFA RB & WR. One of those UDFA players that I am very curious about is Nebraska RB Devine Ozigbo. When doing a mock draft, he was often a common player that would I look up, and consider drafting as a RB3. When tracking Day 3, I saw his name still available as it went along, and just like that... the draft ended and he was still there. As soon as I saw it, I was hoping Saints would manage to get him as an UDFA (along with several others), and we did. When pondering why he became an UDFA, I looked at his film, and dug a little deeper into his scouting report. His key weaknesses were that he had not so good long speed, and had rather bad games against quality opponents (such as vs. Michigan St. and vs. Iowa), but his positives were that: he was proficient in pass pro, had good power, very little tread, had some receiving ability, and was very good in short yardage. Perhaps he'll be the one that could maybe beat out Dwayne Washington, or at least perform well enough to create a RB4.