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In the fourth through seventh round, the draft becomes a crap shoot, mostly. Here are five players who could be available in each of the final three rounds (Saints do not possess a seventh round pick).
1. Corey Lemonier, OLB, Auburn
Lemonier has the talent to be a first day pick. He'll likely be available at least until the third round.
2. Bennie Logan, DT, LSU
Though not an ideal fit for a 3-4, it wouldn't be the first time a team has tried to make an LSU defensive lineman fit in a 3-4.
3. Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State
Only reason this qualifies as a sleeper is that many would question the Saints drafting a skill player in this draft at any point.
4. Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina
Reddick may not be given much thought prior to the draft. He'll be one of the best players to come from this draft.
5. Brandon McGee, CB, Miami
If a corner hasn't already been selected by round three, McGee would almost make too much sense.
1. Montori Hughes, NT, Tennesee-Martin
Hughes would be a wise selection if no nose tackle has been taken up to this point.
2. Josh Evans, S, Florida
Evans is a much better football player than the fifth round slot he is projected to by most scouting services.
3. Cornellius Washington, OLB, Georgia
Has a similar body to Ezekiel Ansah (who I cannot stand as a prospect), but Washington is much more productive.
4. Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
Though I wouldn't touch the kid, it's possible Sean Payton may determine that Matt Scott would be a nice fit for the Saints.
5. Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio State
Fragel would be the best possible selection in the fifth round for the Saints. Actually any of these players would be great.
1. Ace Sanders, WR/Ret, South Carolina
Wide receiver and kick returner isn't necessarily a need position. Then again, players such as Ace Sanders don't come around very often.
2. Chris Gragg, TE, Arkansas
Gragg could take David Thomas' H-Back role with ease. That'd be great value in the sixth round.
3. Ty Powell, OLB, Harding
It seems that Harding produces an NFL prospect once a year. Powell could be a wonderful fit in New Orleans.
4. Manase Fokoti, OT, West Texas A&M
He's got a cool name, right? Fokoti is a project, but one who could very well be worth the selection here in the sixth round.
5. David Bass, OLB, Missouri Western State
Many mock drafts have projected David Bass to the Saints in the sixth round. It certainly is one of many possibilities.