New Orleans Saints: Ranking the 3 best first-round picks this decade
Cameron Jordan: 2011, #24 Overall
Cameron Jordan was selected with the 24th overall pick by the New Orleans Saints back in 2011 and has been a member of the team ever since.
The 6-foot-4, 287-pound defensive end has been one of the most productive picks of the 2011 NFL Draft and is one of the best players in New Orleans Saints history.
Jordan, 30, has been selected to five Pro Bowls during his tenure in New Orleans, and it looks like he will continue to be a lock for the game after a dominant 2019.
Cameron Jordan is as reliable as they come as he has never missed a game in his NFL career, even if it has meant playing through minor injuries. The 2017 AP First-Team All-Pro is not only a great player on the field but he is a man of honor and integrity off it.
Jordan, a two time AP Second-Team All-Pro, has had a very great career statistically.
In his tenure with the team, he has 463 tackles, 87 sacks, ten forced fumbles, seven fumbles recovered, two interceptions, 47 passes defended, and one defensive touchdown. Cameron Jordan comes in as the best player the Saints have drafted in the first round in the past decade.