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New Orleans Saints draft recap: 2015 draft

Andrus Peat and Stephone Anthony were first-round picks

Associated Press photos of new Saints OT Andrus Peat.

The New Orleans Saints received key contributions from nearly every member of their 2015 draft class. First-round pick Andrus Peat earned 15 starts along the offensive line in 2016 and 14 in 2017 before suffering a broken fibula in January. Stephone Anthony played two seasons with the Saints before being traded to the Miami Dolphins in 2017 in exchange for a 2018 draft pick. Hau'oli Kikaha, the team's second round pick, was sidelined in 2016 with a torn ACL but bounced back in 2017 and played in 12 games where he finished with four sacks. Tyeler Davison earned a starting role in 2016 and 2017, recording a career-high 31 tackles in 2017. P.J. Williams started in six games for the Saints in 2017 and ended the season with 47 tackles, nine pass deflections, and two interceptions. Third-round pick Garrett Grayson signed with the Atlanta Falcons in 2017. Damian Swann and Marcus Murphy were released from the Saints before the 2017 season. 

Andrus Peat Stanford T #13
Stephone Anthony Clemson LB #31
Hau'oli Kikaha Washington LB #44
Garrett Grayson Colorado State QB #75
P.J. Williams Florida State CB #78
Davis Tull Tennessee-Chattanooga LB #148
Tyeler Davison Fresno State DL #154
Damian Swann Georgia CB #167
Marcus Murphy Missouri RB #230

Associated Press photos of the New Orleans Saints 2015 draft.

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