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A look back at the New Orleans Saints' 2015 draft

Andrus Peat and Stephone Anthony were first-round picks

Photos of Stephone Anthony from the 2015 regular season. Photos by Michael C. Hebert (New Orleans Saints photos)

The New Orleans Saints received key contributions from nearly every member of their 2015 draft class. Peat earned 15 starts along the offensive line in 2016 while Anthony saw his production slow a bit since his rookie campaign, only earning three starts in 10 games at linebacker. Kikaha, the team's second round pick, will look to rebound after a torn ACL sidelined him for the entire 2016 season. Tyeler Davison earned a starting role for 15 games in 2016, recording 23 tackles. It was another season was a developmental season for third-pick round Garrett Grayson while P.J. Williams, Damian Swann and Willie Snead all made contributions on the field.

Held April 30-May 2, 2015

1a. Andrus Peat, t (13) Stanford

1b. Stephone Anthony, lb (31) Clemson

2.Hau'oli Kikaha, lb (44) Washington

3a. Garrett Grayson, 3a (75) Colorado St.

3b. P.J. Williams, 3b (78) Florida St.

5a. Davis Tull, lb (148) Tennessee-Chattanooga

5b. Tyeler Davison, dl (154) Fresno St.

5c. Damian Swann, cb (167) Georgia

7.Marcus Murphy, rb/rs (230) Missouri

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