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New Orleans Saints Divisional Outlook: NFC South Mock Draft

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CHARLOTTE, NC - NOVEMBER 17: Luke Kuechly
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NEW ORLEANS, LA – OCTOBER 16: A logo celebrating the New Orleans Saints organization for fifty years is painted on the field at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on October 16, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
NEW ORLEANS, LA – OCTOBER 16: A logo celebrating the New Orleans Saints organization for fifty years is painted on the field at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on October 16, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

Now it’s time to delve into the Saints. Who Dat Nation is well aware of the problems that have been keeping the Saints from growing. The defense still stinks. There’s so many issues on that side of the ball. Anyone can make a case that almost every pick should go to the defense. Presumably, most of the picks will go to the defensive side. Be that as it may, one never knows for sure.

Sean Payton and Micky Loomis has thrown curve balls before. There’s two looming issues going at present. Are the Saints gonna trade to get CB Malcom Butler? If that happens, the draft picks will change dramatically. Also, there is two guys that the Saints should be looking at for the #11 pick. Either LB Reuben Foster or TE O.J. Howard in my opinion. Personally, my choice would be CB Marshon Lattimore hands down. The only problem seems, that he will likely be picked way before the Saints pick at #11.

So without delay, let’s go to the needs first:

DL, DB, LB, RB

1.) Reuben Foster LB Alabama

1.) Adoree Jackson CB USC

2.) Jarrad Davis LB Florida

3.) Tanoh Kpassignon DE Villanova

3.) Carolos Watkins DE Clemson

6.) Robert Davis WR Georgia St.

7.) Shaquill Griffin, CB, UCF

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