6. Jimmy Graham, TE, New Orleans Saints: SLEEPER ALERT! Jeremy Shockey’s departure has opened the door for the 6-6, 260-pound former Hurricane basketball player to emerge as the No. 1 tight end in New Orleans. Graham scored four touchdowns in the Saints’ final five games last season, is very athletic and has the size to become a ferocious red zone target. Expect to hear his name in conjunction with the word "sleeper" a whole lot this summer.
Current ADP: Not listed in the top-15 at Mock Draft Central. Expect that to change in a hurry.
3. Mark Ingram, RB, New Orleans Saints: There’s a reason the Saints traded back into the first round to land the former Heisman Trophy winner from Alabama. When New Orleans won the Super Bowl back in 2009, the team ranked 6th in the NFL in rushing offense (131.6 yds/gm) and averaged 31.9 points per game. During their failed title defense in 2010, the Saints ranked 28th in rushing (94.9 yds/gm) and scored only 24.0 points per game. If Ingram wins the starting gig, expect him to get a lot of carries at an excellent price.
Current ADP: 68.50