Two players that the New Orleans Saints coaching staff and scouting department seemed to be eyeing up pretty close was Florida State center Bryan Stork and Seminole linebacker Christian Jones.
Stork, a 6-4, 310 pound center, who has also started at guard, was a blocking tight end in high school.
He is a very solid run blocker and he displayed excellent hand usage during the practice sessions, but it was his quick feet and good pass protection skills that also caught the eyes of the Saints coaches and scouts.
His versatility, size and very good pass blocking skills make him a good fit player for the Saints.
Jones, a 6-3, 238 pounder has played middle linebacker, on the strongside and also at weakside linebacker for Florida State.
The son of former FSU All-American defensive end Willie Jones is strong at the point of attack and also very athletic as a pass rusher. But his ability to run the field really sticks out and we all know Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan loves versatility, toughness and all-out play.
That is what you will get if you draft Jones and he projects as a late second round pick or early third round selection in the May 2014 NFL draft.