1 Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford QB
2 St. Louis Rams Jason Smith OT
3 Kansas City Chiefs Tyson Jackson DE
4 Seattle Seahawks Aaron Curry LB
5 New York Jets Mark Sanchez QB
6 Cincinnati Bengals Andre Smith OT
7 Oakland Raiders Darrius Heyward-Bey WR
Round 4, Pick 16 (116) Chip Vaughn S 6'1" 221 Wake Forest Pick Analysis:Vaughn played in 152 games in college. He made a ton of tackles, but had only three interceptions. He excels in special teams as a kick-blocker. He's more of a strong safety than a free safety. He fits in well with the Saints, as Malcolm Jenkins can start at corner and Vaughn can fill in at safety.
Round 4, Pick 18 (118) (From Jets) Stanley Arnoux ILB 6'0" 232 Wake Forest Pick Analysis:Arnoux is a solid player who is probably a backup linebacker and a standout special teams player as a pro. The Saints have liked him throughout the draft process, and he fits in nicely with New Orleans.
Absolutely not. First off, he sucks. Next he's a 4-3 system linebacker and finally, he sucks