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Saints meet with All-American OL O’Cyrus Torrence

Florida product was an All-SEC Offensive Lineman in 2022.

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The New Orleans Saints might be in the mix to draft All-American offensive guard O’Cyrus Torrence.

According to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero, the Florida linemen met with representatives from the Saints on Wednesday night, the eve of Florida’s Pro Day. The 6’5, 347-pound prospect reportedly also met with the Rams and Falcons and had dinner with the Titans on Wednesday.

It is unclear which member(s) of the Saints’ staff met with Torrence.

Torrence is predicted to be drafted between the middle-first or early-second round of this year’s NFL Draft. Could the Saints make the move and draft Torrence if he is available at pick number 29?

As for the 2023 season, the Saints do not have an immediate need for a guard. However, starting guards Andreas Peat and Cesar Ruiz will be free agents after this season.

If Torrence is still on the board, and other immediate needs are left with slim pickings, Torrence could be a great fit in New Orleans.


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