Dyami Brown is a Saints draft prospect that can provide immediate impact in 2021
By Mervin Walls
As the post-Brees era begins, the New Orleans Saints will look to add quality talent to maintain success within a competitive NFC conference. Furthermore, Dyami Brown is a draft prospect with a wide range of skills that can provide immediate impact to the Saints offense.
In 2020, the New Orleans Saints finished the season with a 12-4 record; however, the team will aim to solve the inconsistencies that plagued the receiver group last season.
Defenses are familiar with the elite talent of Pro Bowl receiver Michael Thomas and running back Alvin Kamara; nevertheless, the Saints will need to find dependable options to aid the star talents’ reach.
As the NFL Draft approaches, Saints’ head coach Sean Payton and assistant coach Pete Carmichael will be looking to find an elite receiver to add to an offense that ranked as one of the league’s top-scoring offenses.
Dyami Brown, a wide receiver talent out of UNC, will definitely garner the attention of the New Orleans Saints’ coaching staff.
During his collegiate career, Brown amassed over 2300 yards, 21 touchdowns, averaging an impressive 17 yards per reception. At 6-foot-1 185 pounds, Brown caused havoc for secondaries using a combination of speed, toughness, and absolute versatility.
Dyami Brown’s best statistical game as a Tarheel came in a 44-41 loss to Virginia when the receiver caught 240 yards, averaging 21 yards per catch, with 3 touchdowns during the game.
Brown has showcased the ability to create plays in all areas of the field, providing exactly what the New Orleans Saints need in a second receiver option. As for Brown, he’s currently sitting on CBS Sports’ positional rankings as the 17th-best receiver. He’s projected to be a late-third or early-fourth-round pick.
Moreover, during Sean Payton’s tenure with the Saints, the offense has seen their greatest success’ when there were contributions from numerous talents on the roster.
Although they have running back Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas, and emerging talent Marquez Callaway as the featured stars in the passing offense, expect New Orleans offense to become the league’s best provided versatile playmaker Dyami Brown is added to the roster this April.