A technically proficient player, who through the combination of a thick, strong frame and intelligence was a three-year starter on the Texas A&M offensive line, starting all 39 games that he appeared in (37 at center, two at guard), anchoring the middle of the Aggies offensive line.
A solid value in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Gardner-Johnson moved into the starting lineup for Florida as a freshman in 2016 and played a key role in the club's resurgent defense in 2018, showing impressive ball skills.
An extremely-productive, four-year letterman at Rutgers who became a contributor as a freshman and started his final three seasons for the Scarlet Knights. Departed with career totals of 177 tackles (120 solo), seven stops behind the line of scrimmage, five interceptions, 24 pass defenses and one fumble recovery.
A four-year contributor on Idaho's defense, the Saints made their last pick in the 2019 NFL Draft with Elliss. A first team All-Big Sky selection in 2018, Elliss recorded 60 tackles, led the Vandals with 16 stops for loss and seven sacks and added three passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.