​The New Orleans Saints continue to patch up their secondary by adding a heat-seeking missile out of North Jersey that could be a tremendous addition to their defensive backs group. 


With the 177th overall pick in the ​2019 NFL Draft​New Orleans selected Rutgers safety Saquan Hampton. 

​​While the selection of a Rutgers defensive back might draw some groans, but Hampton is a legit stud. A four-year starter and three time captain, Hampton explodes downhill and will make some huge hits as a run defender. 


In the Michigan game, he showed that he could handle pro level receivers in zone coverage. 

​​After a bit of a downturn last season, the Saints are hellbent on restoring their secondary to the very top of the league. With Hampton and Chauncey Gardner-Johnson joining the likes of Marshon Lattimore and Vonn Bell, good luck throwing downfield against the Saints in the Superdome. Another shrewd pick by Sean Payton.