New Orleans Saints undrafted free agent signings, Day 1

The New Orleans Saints got quality talent after the draft was over.

Not mentioned in this list are Eric Burrell, Shaq Smith, Josiah Bronson, and Nolan Cooney. Outside of them, currently, this is all the players that the team has signed since drafting Baker in round seven.

Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse

Williams spent three years at Syracuse. In those years, Williams totaled 92 tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss, four interceptions, five passes defended, and three forced fumbles. Williams will add depth to a really short position for the Saints’ defense.

Dyaln Soehner, TE, Iowa State

This Big-12 tight end played four years for Iowa State. He caught 26 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown. Those aren’t huge stats, but most of them did come from his senior year. Soehner will continue to grow alongside Adam Trautman and newly acquired free agents.

After the NFL Draft is over, all undrafted players become free agents. Here are the players that the New Orleans Saints have already reached out to and signed.

Mike Brown, G, West Virginia

Mike Brown is an offensive lineman from West Virginia. Brown is a lineman that I actually hoped the team would draft late, but they didn’t. However, no one else did either and the Saints got the opportunity to sign him after the draft.

Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee

Bryce Thompson played three years in Tennessee with three different numbers. Thompson ended his collegiate career with eight interceptions. He also had 8.0 tackles for a loss which shows he is a quality blitzing cornerback.

Stevie Scott III, RB, Indiana

Stevie Scott ran for over 2,500 yards in three years with Indiana. He also had 10 touchdowns per year and 30 in his career. He also caught 55 passes for 383 yards and two touchdowns. He is a great dual-purpose back playing behind one of the best dual-purpose backs in the NFL.