[...]Fortunately, Mickey Loomis is practically a wizard with his late-round picks, getting far more out of them and a higher success rate with them than any sane person should reasonably expect. And with a QB like Drew Brees, who seems to have a downright uncanny sixth sense for moving around in the pocket just enough to avoid the rush and find one of his guys after all, it's not like they need a superstar OL anyway. So it's perfectly reasonable to expect Loomis to deal with the OL later, because despite some uncertainty there it's not truly an emergency situation. [...] So this leads me to select Mason Foster. The guy might need a year before he's a full-time starter, but he should come in and contribute as a rookie and be productive. And with five other young guys plus some veterans already on the roster who are at least possibilities, somebody who will contribute right away (and thus, give them reason to cut at least one of the others) is exactly what the Saints need right now if they are going to draft an OLB at all.