The 2018 NFL Draft is still going strong, with the New Orleans Saints making their fifth selection at 189th overall in the sixth round: Boston College Eagles cornerback Kamrin Moore. This is the draft pick the Saints received from the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for running back Adrian Peterson last year.
The Saints’ previous picks include edge defender Marcus Davenport, wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith, offensive lineman Rick Leonard, and defensive back Natrell Jamerson. Here’s a quick overview from NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein:
Stocky, determined cornerback who lacks the man-to-man cover skills and ball production teams will be looking for from a draftable cornerback. However, Moore’s toughness as a tackler and experience on special teams may get him a look from zone-heavy teams looking to add competition at the nickel cornerback spot.
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Saints Top Remaining Needs
- Tight End
2018 NFL Draft Schedule
Saturday, April 28 – 11:00 a.m. CT (Rounds 4-6 – 5 Minutes Per Pick, Round 7 - 4 Minutes Per Pick)
Remaining Draft Picks
- 6th Round: 201st Overall
- 7th Round: 245th Overall