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List of Mini Camp participants
Posted by fightingtigers98 on 5/9 at 7:48 pm
P Dalton Botts, Miami (Fla.)
41.5 yards per punt. originally committed to LSU

K Jose Maltos, No college
-Mexican Kicker

K Josh Jasper, LSU
-Most accurate kicker in LSU history

LS Billy Johnson, Tulane
-Son of Dline coach Bill Johnson

QB Jon Richt, Mars Hill
-originally at Clemson, son of Mark Richt

QB John Beck, BYU
-secound round pick in 07 with Miami. Started a couple times for Redskins in 2011

QB Ryan Griffin, Tulane
-udfa, 9026 yards with 56-35 TD-INT

WR Kyle Fisher, Bloomsburg
Went to same college as Jahri Evans
496 yards with 6 touchdowns this year

WR Brent Leonard, ULM
UDFA 104 catches 1118 yards and 10 touchdowns
lead NCAA in first down catches on 4th down in 2011.

WR Saalim Hakim, Tarleton State
His brother dropped the ball, signed late last year, he has incredible speed.

WR La'Rod King, Kentucky
6'4 big body receiver who caught 48 balls for 488 yards and 4 tds.

RB Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M
6'0 220 big running back, who rushed for 669 yards and 11tds on 103 carries. Led Blinn JC along with Cam Newton to a national championship.

WR Duron Carter, Florida Atlantic
Son Cris Carter, transferred from Alabama, and originally at Ohio State. Has 13 rec for 176 yards and a td in his career.

WR Charles Hawkins, Southern
5'8 runs a 4.3. 31 catches 467 yards and 7 tds

WR Kenny Stills, Oklahoma
5th round draft pick of the saints in 2013.
deep threat who caught 204 passes has 2600 yards and 24 touchdowns at Oklahoma. Caught 82 passes 958 yards and 11 tds

TE Keavon Milton, ULM
built like an OT, he had 146 yards on 14 catches in 12

TE Andrei Lintz, Washington State
another big blocking te. 10 rec 114 yards and 2 tds in career.

TE Ryan Deehan, Colorado
Last year was at Col in 2011, has 723 yards and 3tds in career.

TE Josh Hill, Idaho State
UDFA, originally at Boise St. A receiving te who had 630 yards an 5 tds last year.

DB Chantz Stevenson, Southern
did not find anything

DB Brandon Robinson, Liberty
father played for ATL, GB, SEA, and CAR

DB A.J. Davis, Jacksonville State
was on the team last year, and played in the last game of the season.

DB Jermaine Robinson, Toledo
Strong Safety, has 8 career ints

DB Wayne Warren, Rutgers
Another SS, considered the glue of the defense.
Had 2 int last year.

DB Ryan Lacy, Utah
UDFA height seemed to knock him down off of many draft boards, but still had 5 career ints and was Utahs best corner.

DB Dion Turner, Southern Utah
Was with the team last year, and is a converted safety to corner.

DB Kenny Vaccaro, Texas
First round pick out Texas in 2013
Leader of a bad, but talented Texas defense. Hits like a brick shite house and has incredible ball skills.

DB Damein Anderson, Mississippi State
couldn't find anything on this guy.

DB Rod Sweeting, Georgia Tech
UDFA a physical corner who made some plays for GT
5 career INTS

DB Vaughn Carraway, Temple


DB Brandyn Thompson, Boise State


DB Nate Ness, Arizona


DB Luke Anderson, Wyoming


DB Malcolm Bronson, McNeese State


RB Nathan Hoyte, Albany State


RB Eric Stephens, Texas Tech


RB Shawne Alston, West Virginia


FB Taimi Tutogi, Arizona


LB Ray Shipman, Central Florida


LB Baraka Atkins, Miami, Fla.


LB Kevin Reddick, North Carolina
UDFA,Had some of the best instincts in college football, has a nose for the ball. He can rush the passer from Mike, and NC used him as a DE in some situations. An extremely versatile defender.

LB Eric Martin, Nebraska


LB Chase Thomas, Stanford
UDFA, A versatile LB who had 27.5 career sacks. Was graded as a third round prospect who fell due to a 4.9 40. He is very quick off the ball, and be a force in the run game.

LB Rufus Johnson, Tarleton State
Who? A 6th round pick in 2013, he was a small school player who impressed scouts at a regional combine. He will be a developmental player like Broughton, Galette, and many others. He can rush the passer exceedingly well, and will be on the field in 2 years.

LB Bill McHale, Yale


LB Bill Ross, Arkansas-Pine Bluff


LB Shaq Wilson, South Carolina


LB Robert Maci, Purdue


LB Joshua Lynn, Furman


OL Jeremiah Warren, South Florida


OL Elliot Mealer, Michigan


OL Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Fastest offensive lineman in Combine history with a 4.72 40. He has all the tools, but needs to put it together. Will be battling for the starting LT spot

OL Cory Proctor, Montana


OL Quinn Ojinnaka, Syracuse


OL Tim Lelito, Grand Valley State


OL Patrick Brown, Central Florida


OL Lou Alexander, Syracuse


OL Blaize Foltz, TCU


OL Tyler Deacon, Arkansas


DL Brian Schaefering, Lindenwood


DL Eric Norwood, South Carolina
Was a really really good college player. If I remember, he's kind of a tweener. 4th round pick by the panthers a few years ago. One year in the UFL and one year in the arena league. May not be bad for depth as a 3-4 DE.

DL Josh Downs, LSU
Not sure the Saints are a great fit for him. Strong and quick kid, but injured a lot. Not sure he's a 3-4 defensive lineman. More of a prototypical 4-3 DT.

DL Semisi Tokolahi, Washington


DL Braylon Broughton, TCU
A developmental player, who was brought in last year. He has potential to be an above average player in the NFL. He can play either DE or OLB

DL Glenn Foster, Illinois


DL John Jenkins, Georgia
3rd round pick in 2013. He is a mammoth of a man standing at 6'6 350 who is very quick and agile. Will play NT behind Bunkley. Should be our starter in 2 years.


also if people want to help add some stuff for the players please comment. This is a lot of players so any help would be appreciated.


This post was edited on 5/10 at 4:24 pm

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Posted by Brettesaurus Rex on 5/9 at 8:41 pm to fightingtigers98
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WR Duron Carter, Florida Atlantic Son Cris Carter, transferred from Alabama, and originally at Ohio State. Has 13 rec for 176 yards and a td in his career.

I thought he had signed with Minny?



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Posted by IIxxBREADxxII on 5/9 at 8:48 pm to Brettesaurus Rex
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thought he had signed with Minny


He went the route of Russell Shepard and told Minny that he already signed with New Orleans



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Posted by fightingtigers98 on 5/9 at 9:24 pm to Brettesaurus Rex
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I thought he had signed with Minny?

so did i, but i guess he switched. he could have agreed in principle but not signed



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Posted by Maximus on 5/9 at 9:42 pm to fightingtigers98
no Emory Blake?


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Posted by fightingtigers98 on 5/9 at 10:34 pm to Maximus
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no Emory Blake?

i copied it from Nola.com



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Posted by NOSHAU on 5/9 at 10:44 pm to Maximus
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no Emory Blake?
No, he signed a FA contract with the Rams



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Posted by LooseCannon22282 on 5/9 at 10:54 pm to fightingtigers98
I was kind of looking forward to Blake getting a shot in New Orleans.

he still had a pretty decent season despite very incompetent QB play @ Auburn last year. He was basically the only receiving threat AU had in 2012.

Edit: oh well...


This post was edited on 5/9 at 10:56 pm

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Posted by Patrick O Rly on 5/10 at 6:19 am to fightingtigers98
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K Jose Maltos, No college






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Posted by Suntiger on 5/10 at 7:23 am to fightingtigers98
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DL Eric Norwood, South Carolina


Was a really really good college player. If I remember, he's kind of a tweener. 4th round pick by the panthers a few years ago. One year in the UFL and one year in the arena league. May not be bad for depth as a 3-4 DE.


quote:

DL Josh Downs, LSU


Not sure the Saints are a great fit for him. Strong and quick kid, but injured a lot. Not sure he's a 3-4 defensive lineman. More of a prototypical 4-3 DT. IMO



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Posted by mm2316 on 5/10 at 8:30 am to Suntiger
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Was a really really good college player. If I remember, he's kind of a tweener. 4th round pick by the panthers a few years ago. One year in the UFL and one year in the arena league. May not be bad for depth as a 3-4 DE.

He was someone I liked coming out of USCe, but I think he's being brought in more for a OLB. Seems too light for a 3-4 DE at 6'1" 241 lbs.



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Posted by Suntiger on 5/10 at 4:05 pm to mm2316
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He was someone I liked coming out of USCe, but I think he's being brought in more for a OLB. Seems too light for a 3-4 DE at 6'1" 241 lbs.


I remember him in college. He was a 4-3 DE for USCe. I think Carolina tried to make him a LBer in a 4-3. But like I said, he's kind of a tweener.



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Posted by crazytiger on 5/10 at 8:22 pm to Suntiger
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DB Brandyn Thompson, Boise State
I sat next to him on the plane Thursday. He was a cool dude!



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Posted by whodidthat on 5/10 at 9:46 pm to Suntiger
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Was a really really good college player. If I remember, he's kind of a tweener.


More like OLB. Did really good his final year at USCw as an OLB. Then he got drafted as a DE by Carolina for their 4-3. The 3-4 is a good spot for him. He has the talent and some experience. I actually wanted the Saints to draft him a few years ago



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Posted by Lester Earl on 5/11 at 12:21 am to fightingtigers98
Brent Leonard will stick around imo


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Posted by GOON on 5/11 at 11:07 am to fightingtigers98
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QB John Beck, BYU
-secound round pick in 07 with Miami. Started a couple times for Redskins in 2011


How is he eligible for a rookie camp if he's started a couple of games?



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Posted by GOON on 5/11 at 11:16 am to GOON

Who is eligible to attend:

First year players and rookies. Per the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, a rookie is any player who has never signed an NFL contract, or a player who has only signed a contract to a practice squad. A first year player is one who has signed an NFL contract previously but has not earned a season of pension credit (think Nick Toon). So the Saints will invite all their draft picks, undrafted free agent pickups as well as several long shot players trying out.


Seems like this would eliminate beck



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Posted by Lester Earl on 5/13 at 3:00 pm to Lester Earl
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Brent Leonard will stick around imo







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Posted by fightingtigers98 on 5/13 at 4:45 pm to Lester Earl
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Lester Earl

good call



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Posted by Patrick O Rly on 5/13 at 5:03 pm to Lester Earl
I mean, you did call it, but bowing to your own quote?


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