Saints: Draft plugin, surprise and. . . what?

A "Plug and Play" pick, a "Will Surprise" pick, and a "What the Hell?!" pick


DE Marcus Davenport: The Saints wanted to find a player who could generate enough pressure from the right side of the defense to make it riskier for offenses to double team Pro Bowl left end Cameron Jordan. They re-signed Alex Okafor, who was having a standout season before suffering an Achilles injury last season, and Hau'oli Kikaha showed progress in his second year last year before being hurt. But New Orleans felt Davenport has a chance to be special and have the biggest impact on the line.


RB Boston Scott: He's only 5-foot-6 and plays the same position as Mark Ingram II and Alvin Kamara, but Scott definitely has a chance to open some eyes. He's an elusive runner who can provide a change of pace and New Orleans has room for a third running back.


DB Kamrin Moore: The secondary was one of the most improved areas of the team last season and the Saints have plenty of youth at both cornerback and safety. Plus they picked Moore just 25 picks after they had selected another DB in Natrell Jamerson.