Saints News, 4/15/14: Saints Host Five Defensive Back Prospects Today

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Cornerbacks Justin Gilbert (Oklahoma State), Bradley Roby (Ohio State), Stanley Jean-Baptiste (Nebraska), Pierre Desir (Lindenwood), Aaron Colvin (Oklahoma) and Demetri Goodson (Baylor) all visited the Saints, a source told The Advocate. So did safety Calvin Pryor (Louisville).



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