After just one week of the 2013 NFL free agency whirlwind in the books, NFL mock drafts are starting to become slightly easier to fill in as teams' needs are more obvious.
The New Orleans Saints have wisely been quiet in free agency and allowed players demanding large sums of money to simply walk. Fans should be happy to see that Mickey Loomis has been responsible.
It may even mean the team is finally and mercifully taking a more draft-based approach to building the roster. Even if it is by necessity, it is still much appreciated. The only need that has been met, and it was well down the line on the list of needs, was at cornerback, with the signing of Keenan Lewis on Thursday.
With Jermon Bushrod and Chase Daniel being allowed to walk, offensive tackle and quarterback became need positions (left tackle was expected to be a need coming into the offseason).
Here are the draft prospects who make the most sense to fill the team's current needs.