New Orleans Saints: Ranking the UDFAs by likeliness to crack 53-man roster

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The New Orleans Saints brought in a plethora of undrafted free agents, but it seems unlikely that they’ll all crack the 53-man. Who will? Here’s our guess.

The 2020 NFL Draft has reached its conclusion, and many players across the world have been able to fulfill their lifelong dreams of being drafted into the NFL, including the four that will now call the New Orleans Saints their home.

Following the NFL Draft comes the undrafted free agent signing period.

The undrafted free agency period helps teams fill their rosters in order to compete while providing undrafted players with an opportunity to make the final roster or practice squad, something many have had their sights on since their last collegiate practice.

On Saturday following the Draft, the Saints agreed to terms with twelve undrafted players who will compete for a roster spot during the offseason. Usually, teams get a good two or three guys who end up making the final roster from the undrafted free agent pool.

Last year, the Saints hit on Deonte Harris, Ethan Greenidge, Shy Tuttle, and Lil’Jordan Humphrey. Here are the players the Saints signed from the undrafted free agent pool who will and won’t make the final 53-man roster.