Number One: Asante Samuel Jr.
Much like his father Asante Samuel Sr. was at the NFL level for eleven years, Asante Samuel Jr. is a ball hawk cornerback who has a physical hard-hitting side as well. Samuel would be a phenomenal fit on the New Orleans Saints’ defense if they could manage to snag him in the first round.
In three seasons at Florida State, Samuel recorded 97 tackles, three tackles for a loss, 29 passes defended, one forced fumble, two fumbles recovered, and four interceptions.
Samuel was a bright spot for a weak Seminoles secondary and he is currently projected to be a solid late first-round draft pick.
Asante Samuel Jr. plays a lot like his father, which is extremely exciting for any NFL general manager.
It’s currently uncertain what the New Orleans secondary will look like next season as Janoris Jenkins, PJ Williams, Justin Hardee, and Ken Crawley are all set to be free agents, and adding a top tier talent like Samuel could help the team for years.