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Saints and LSU Have Successful NFL Draft Weekend, Two MSU Players Sign

New Orleans Saints

Round 1: Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas

Round 3: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Round 3: John Jenkins, DT, Georgia

Round 5: Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma

Round 6: Rufus Johnson, DE, Tarleton State

 

LSU

Barkevious Mingo 1st Rd. No. 6 Cleveland Browns

Eric Reid 1st Rd. No. 18 San Francisco 49ers

Kevin Minter 2nd Rd. No. 45 Arizona Cardinals

Bennie Logan 3rd Rd. No. 67 Philadelphia Eagles

Tyrann Mathieu 3rd Rd. No. 69 Arizona Cardinals

Sam Montgomery 3rd Rd. No. 95 Houston Texans

Tharold Simon 5th Rd. No. 138 Seattle Seahawks

Lavar Edwards 5th Rd. No. 142 Tennessee Titans

Spencer Ware 6th Rd. No. 194 Seattle Seahawks

Undrafted Free Agents Signed

DE Chancey Aghayere, Seattle

TE Chase Clement, NY Giants

OT Chris Faulk, Cleveland Browns

RB Michael Ford, Chicago Bears

C P.J. Lonergan, Chicago Bears

WR Russell Shepard, Philadelphia Eagles

P Brad Wing, Philadelphia Eagles

 

McNeese State 

Undrafted Free Agents Signed

DB Seth Thomas, Washington Redskins

OL Alec Savoie, Atlanta Falcons

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