Top 5 New Orleans Saints that played collegiately at LSU

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In what could be the slowest NFL offseason ever, let’s take a look at some of the best LSU players to ever strap up for the Saints as well.

The New Orleans Saints have drafted eleven players who attended Louisiana State University throughout the entire history of the franchise.

The most recent LSU player to make waves is Joe Burrow, who won the Heisman trophy. However, he wasn’t the only Tigers that was notable player off the program’s 2019 championship-winning team.

There were 14 LSU players drafted and 5 (!) in the first round. With Burrow leading the way at No. 1 and five in the last 13 picks, the Tigers were well represented in the 2020 NFL Draft and should have a high impact this coming season.

As for the Saints, most of the former Tigers they picked were a massive hit with the team and often times stayed in the Big Easy for the entirety of their careers. That type of loyalty is something franchises love to see.

That said, let’s take a blast into the past and take a look at the five best LSU players who were drafted by the Saints.

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