The New Orleans Saints fell one game short of the Super Bowl in 2018. Can they add enough depth to their squad to go one better in 2019?\nLet\u2019s look at how they drafted?\nPlayers Drafted\n\n\n\nPlayers\nPick\nPosition\nSchool\n\n\nErik McCoy\n48\nC\nTexas A&M\n\n\nChauncey Gardner-Johnson\n105\nS\nFlorida\n\n\nSaquan Hampton\n177\nS\nRutgers\n\n\nAlize Mack\n231\nTE\nNotre Dame\n\n\nKaden Elliss\n244\nLB\nIdaho\n\n\n\nNotable UDFA\n\n\n\nPlayer\nPosition\nSchool\n\n\nKenny Bigelow\nDL\nWest Virginia\n\n\nLil'Jordan Humphrey\nWR\nTexas\n\n\nDevine Ozigbo\nRB\nNebraska\n\n\nChase Hansen\nLB\nUtah\n\n\nDeonte Harris\nWR\nAssumption College\n\n\n\nTEAM 2019 Outlook\nOffense\nThe Saints have the smallest draft class of 2019 with just five players taken in total. Only two of those were on the offensive side of the ball, Texas A&M Centre Erik McCoy and Notre Dame TE Alize Mack.\n\nMcCoy is explosive off the snap, a good blocker with functional speed and athleticism. A solid anchor, strong build and great power make him one of the top Centres in the draft. His lateral mobility and footballing smarts make him a force. He is aware and alert when in the line and can change up his game to suit his opponents. This kid will be a future talent for the Saints.\n\nDespite the multi-year deal offered to Jared Cook to join the Saints in the offseason, they drafted Alize Mack. The Notre Dame product is a steal at pick 231 overall. He has a lot to learn as a receiver, but coach Sean Peyton has been known to turn average receivers into great ones.\n\nHow Devine Ozigbo went undrafted is baffling. He had a great college career with Nebraska and will slot into the RB2 role behind Alvin Kamara. Ozigbo is not afraid to do the hard yards for his team and will be a great handcuff for Kamara going forward. The future is bright in New Orleans.\nDefense\nFlorida Safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson was the Saints first defensive pick at 105 overall. He is a versatile safety who can play at nickel corner as well as at free safety. His physicality and tackling improved immensely in 2018. He is rarely beaten by an opponent over the top and has great range when attacking the ball. His size makes him a perfect fit for the Saints, who need a no-nonsense defender. He will sit behind Vonn Bell for now, but that won\u2019t last forever.\n\nSaquan Hampton FS from Rutgers is another exceptional talent the Saints picked up in the draft. He is quick, covers a lot of ground in the backfield and tackles hard. Expect him to see game time in 2019.\nGrade: B+\nAnything less than an NFC Championship will feel like a loss for the Saints team in 2019. Expect them to battle it out with the Cowboys in late January.