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Matt Miller of Bleacher Report unveiled his latest NFL Mock Draft has seven LSU players selected between the first and seventh round.

Miller only has one LSU player, Arden Key, drafted in the first round to the New Orleans Saints with the 27th overall pick.

27. New Orleans Saints
The Pick: EDGE Arden Key, LSU

The New Orleans Saints nailed last year's draft by selecting immediate impacts in Marshon Lattimore, Ryan Ramczyk, Alvin Kamara and Marcus Williams as the team made a return to the playoffs. To get to a Super Bowl, general manager Mickey Loomis and Co. must continue adding pieces to a team that's expected to return quarterback Drew Brees.

LSU's Arden Key has top-10 talent but missed time to injuries in 2017 and took an absence from the team last spring. If teams are comfortable with his medicals and his character, Key can be a premium pass-rusher with the frame to add weight (he came in at 238 pounds at the combine) and still win with speed and length on the corner.
First Round:
No. 27: EDGE Arden Key - New Orleans Saints

Second Round:
No. 34: RB Derrius Guice - New York Giants

Third Round:
No. 66: CB Donte Jackson - New York Giants
No. 72: WR DJ Chark - New York Jets

Fourth Round:
No. 119: OL Will Clapp - Los Angeles Chargers
No. 135: OL Toby Weathersby - New York Giants

Fifth Round:
No. 161: CB Kevin Toliver - Carolina Panthers

Sixth Round:
No. 204: RB Darrel Williams - Minnesota Vikings

Seventh Round:
No. 233: OL K.J. Malone - Kansas City Chiefs

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I want to see Darrel Williams make it. He always stood down, or stepped up, as needed. I don't remember any discipline problems or character issues with him. He put in the work and I hope it pays off.
Reply17 days
If key would've got his shite together this guy would be a top 10 pick. guice is 1st rounder, key who the hell knows.
Reply17 days
If the Saints are gonna take an LSU player, I’d rather see them take Chark at 27.
Reply17 days
You lost me at Key to the Saints
Reply17 days
27. New Orleans Saints........LSU HAHAHALOLHAHAROTFLMAO
Reply17 days
i would love key at 27
Reply17 days
Chark will not be available at pick 72
Reply17 days
Payton loves Ohio State players, Key no chance.
Reply17 days
He thinks the Giants must love some LSU,3 rounds in row?!
Reply17 days
Here come the Key haters...
Reply17 days
it's not "hating" to acknowledge flaws/risks with a player. Stop being a snowflake.
16 days
That would be 9 players
Reply17 days
Saints don't pick LSU players , ever . This is fake news
Reply17 days
It's a shame but true, saints don't take TIGERS
17 days
Chark will not be available at pick 72
Reply17 days
Seems Wrong! Guice <32 and then Jackson and Key or Key and Jackson <64
Reply17 days
Giants gonna take 3 lsu players ...doubtful
Reply17 days
Arden Key didn't even participate in the combine and they still think he is a first round pick? I wish him well. But I certainly hope the Saints don't throw away the 27th pick on him.
Reply16 days
Donte' no better than a 6th rounder imo.
Reply17 days
Probably because you don’t know much about Football or the NFL imo.
17 days
nflu7 you probably right.
17 days
Key to the Saints? I thought they hated LSU players? Maybe the Bleacher Report should read TD more often.
Reply17 days
It's a mock draft
17 days
I get its a Mock draft.... It was more of a tongue in cheek!
17 days
2 issues with this fake shite. 1 he has Key going to the saint, which ain't happening. Saints don't draft LSU. 2nd, he has Giants picking 3 LSU player...I mean come on.
Reply17 days
Its worked out for them before. And also the NFL doesnt stop drafting players because they have too many players from one school.
17 days
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