Round 4 Pick 133 — OT Walker Little
It feels as though we’re just getting selfish thinking a massive Stanford offensive lineman that could be a first-round pick drops this low, but Pro Football Network even noted that some have him dropping this low.
"If popular opinion is believed, Stanford offensive tackle Walker Little could be anywhere between a first-round or fourth-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft,” Oliver Hodgkinson wrote in a draft profile on Little."
A left tackle, Little could come in a prove himself enough to become a capable backup to either Ryan Ramczyk or Terron Armstead. Standing a big 6-foot-7, Little weighs in at over 300 pounds, so the size is clearly there.
Little had a dominant 2019 campaign and was First-Team All-Pac 12. After a season-ending injury to put a cap on his college career, Little may slide in the draft, but he offers elite upside as a run and pass protector.
After releasing Nick Easton, the Saints could use some help on their offensive line. That said, WalterFootball.com has Little as the 15th-best tackle, and in the fourth round, he could be an ideal selection.