Round 7 229 (from Jacksonville) — WR Anthony Schwartz
The Saints will have two draft picks in the seventh round, and while they could easily couple them together in a deal to move up, if they do use them, one may be used on a wide receiver. Anthony Schwartz should still be available.
The 6-foot receiver played three seasons at Auburn, and in that time, he accrued 1,433 yards.
During his first two seasons, he also managed to get over a combined 35 rushing attempts for over 250 rushing yards. He’s a threat all over the field, and the Saints could use someone with his size and speed.
Without Sanders, the Saints should look to add talent on the edge.
Round 7 255 — DE Wyatt Hubert
Finally, the Saints add a defensive end late in the draft, and if they can scoop up Wyatt Hubert, it would be a massive win. Hubert may not be available as he showed out during his last season with the Kansas Jayhawks.
Hubert had 8.5 sacks and 13 tackles for a loss. At 6-foot-3, 270 pounds, he had the size and speed to make an impact, and the Saints are going to need some help at that position after losing Trey Hendrickson.
If this draft comes to reality, it’d be a win-win for both the prospects and franchise.