The 2015 NFL Draft has reached its conclusion, and it's time to look back on just what the New Orleans Saints did in Chicago and how it sets them up for the future. Here's our Grades And Analysis Of The New Orleans Saints' Entire 2015 NFL Draft.
(All player grades based on spot selected, need, etc.)
1st Round: Stanford OT Andrus Peat [Grade: B+]
1st Round: Clemson ILB Stephone Anthony [Grade: A-]
2nd Round: Washington OLB Hau'oli Kikaha [Grade: A-]
3rd Round: Colorado St. QB Garrett Grayson [Grade: B+]
3th Round: Florida State CB PJ Williams[Grade: B]
5th Round: Tennessee-Chattanooga OLB Davis Tull [Grade: B-]
5th Round: Fresno St. DT Tyeler Davison [Grade: B]
5th Round: Georgia CB Damian Swann [Grade: C+]
7th Round: Missouri RB Marcus Murphy [Grade: B-]
Overall Grade: B-
Andrus Peat has the potential to strength the entire New Orleans offensive line, but there's noted dips and dives in his play that could get exposed majorly in the NFL unless he cleans it up. While we're happy with the majority of this draft -- including Grayson as a developmental arm -- the lack of a wide receiver and/or tight end has us scratching our heads.
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