Keep track of the latest 2020 NFL mock drafts to find out who the experts think the New Orleans Saints will draft in the 2020 NFL Draft.
ESPN Todd McShay's 2020 NFL Mock Draft
Todd McShay has the Saints drafting:
"Outside of Michael Thomas, Jared Cook and Alvin Kamara, what do Drew Brees and the Saints' offense really have in the passing game? Not much. Ted Ginn Jr. was the second-most productive wide receiver behind Thomas with just 421 yards, and the next best was Tre'Quan Smith with a measly 234 yards. Whether or not it's Brees throwing the passes in 2020 -- yeah, quarterback is a position to watch here, too -- the Saints have to address that lack of depth. The 6-foot-4 Higgins can make guys miss with his strength and will come down with anything thrown near him. He averaged a hair shy of 20 yards per catch this past season for the Tigers."
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ESPN Mel Kiper's 2020 NFL Mock Draft
Mel Kiper has the Saints drafting:
"This is a really tough pick to project. Like the Patriots, the Saints' longer-term quarterback situation is murky. Drew Brees is set to return, but Teddy Bridgewater is an unrestricted free agent and Taysom Hill is a restricted free agent. For now, I'll stay away from QBs in this mock draft and focus on another need with Eli Apple and P.J. Williams free agents. Veteran Janoris Jenkins is the other starter at cornerback opposite Marshon Lattimore, but the Saints can get a young player to compete with Jenkins. Igbinoghene is a track athlete who is still developing his technique, but he has the traits to be a star."
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NFL.com Analyst Bucky Brooks 2020 NFL Mock Draft
Bucky Brooks has the Saints drafting:
"Fulton is a playmaking cornerback with the size and athleticism to thrive opposite Marshon Lattimore."
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Walter Football 2020 NFL Mock Draft
New Orleans Saints select: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
"Laviska Shenault drew rave reviews during spring practices preceding the 2018 campaign, and he didn't disappoint. The 6-foot-2 play-maker was college football's best receiver as a mere sophomore (at least prior to his injury)."
Full 2020 NFL Mock Draft (Updated 2/25/20)