New Orleans Saints: 3 sleeper picks to keep an eye on

LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 12: Linebacker Logan Wilson #30 of the Wyoming Cowboys tackles defensive back Jericho Flowers #32 of the UNLV Rebels for a loss during their game at Sam Boyd Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UNLV won 69-66 in triple overtime. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 12: Linebacker Logan Wilson #30 of the Wyoming Cowboys tackles defensive back Jericho Flowers #32 of the UNLV Rebels for a loss during their game at Sam Boyd Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UNLV won 69-66 in triple overtime. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) /
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Leading up to the NFL Draft every year, all the analysts constantly talk about and debate on who the best of the best prospects are that year. Well, the New Orleans Saints typically turn some sleepers into All-Pros.

The real talent, especially for the New Orleans Saints, however, lies in the later rounds where the “sleepers”, as analysts call them, find themselves remaining hoping to experience their life long dream of being drafted into the NFL.

The Saints have been excellent at drafting these sleeper picks and will hope to continue that success into a critical 2020 season.

The Saints not only have to seek talent that will help them potentially get to the Super Bowl next year but also find talent to develop and build the future of the team around. Just look at the team’s 2017 third-round pick Alvin Kamara for proof that they draft mid-round talent well.

In a draft class as talented as the one in 2020, the Saints have no reason as to why they can’t add supreme talent for the 2020 season and beyond. Here’s a look at three little known prospects the New Orleans Saints should draft for this upcoming season.

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