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A look back at New Orleans Saints' 2015 draft

Andrus Peat and Stephone Anthony were first-round picks

See the best photos of the Saints offensive line from the 2018 season.

Andrus Peat and P.J. Williams are the only members of the 2015 draft class that still remain on the New Orleans Saints roster. Williams continued to produce for the Saints by playing in 14 regular season games with eight starts, including opening the regular season finale at free safety, and posted 44 tackles (36 solo), one sack, one interception, three passes defensed and one special teams stop. Peat continued in his starting role for the Saints offensive line and earned his second Pro Bowl selection. In 2019, he opened all 10 regular season games he appeared in and the team's playoff contest at left guard.

Both Peat and Williams are headed back to start the 2020 campaign with the Saints.

Tyeler Davison signed with the Atlanta Falcons in free agency after having a strong season with the Saints in 2018.

Held April 30, 2015 - May 2, 2015

  1. a. Andrus Peat, T (13) Stanford
    b. Stephone Anthony, LB (31) Clemson (Choice acquired from Seattle with C Max Unger in exchange for TE Jimmy Graham and #130)
  2. Hau'oli Kikaha, LB (44) Washington
  3. a. Garrett Grayson, QB (75) Colorado St.
    b. P.J. Williams, CB (78) Florida St. (Choice acquired from Miami with LB Dannell Ellerbe in exchange for WR Kenny Stills)
  4. (#130) Traded to Seattle
  5. a. Davis Tull, LB (148) Tennessee-Chattanooga
    b. Tyeler Davison, DL (154) Fresno St. (Choice acquired from Kansas City in exchange for g Ben Grubbs)
    c. Damian Swann, CB (167) Georgia (Choice acquired from Washington in exchange for #187 and New Orleans' 2016 6th-round draft pick)
  6. (#187)Traded to Washington
  7. Marcus Murphy, RB/RS (230) Missouri

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