The New Orleans Saints have added more than a dozen players to their roster.
New Orleans Executive Vice President-General Manager Mickey Loomis announced on Monday that the franchise had signed 13 undrafted rookie free agents in the day following the completion of the NFL Draft.
Below is a brief look at the 13 players (listed in alphabetical order) that the Saints signed as undrafted rookie free agents.
Joe Bachie, LB, Michigan State (6-2, 231): A four-year letterman for the Spartans and started three seasons at middle linebacker appearing in 40 career games (34 starts), recording 285 tackles, 27.5 tackles for loss, eight sacks, five interceptions, 11 passes defensed, five forced fumbles.
Marquez Callaway, WR, Tennessee (6-2, 204): A four-year letterman for the Volunteers who appeared in 42 games (35 starts) and posted career totals of 92 receptions for 1,646 yards (17.9 avg.) and 13 touchdowns and returned 40 punts for 5,543 yards and three touchdowns.
Gus Cumberlander, DL, Oregon (6-7, 256): Finished second on the Ducks with four sacks as a junior in 2018, adding 13 tackles, and five stops for a loss. He missed the final nine games of 2019 due to a season-ending injury, but in five games, posted seven stops, and 2.5 tackles for loss.
Tino Ellis, CB, Maryland (6-1, 195): Finished his college career playing in 42 games (25 starts), recording 71 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 22 passes defensed, and one fumble recovery. He started the first six games in 2019 before suffering a season ending injury and posted 13 stops.
Blake Gillikin, P, Penn State (6-2, 196): Tied for No. 2 on Penn State’s career punting average charts (43.03 avg.). He landed 53 career punts downed inside the opponent’s ten-yard line and is the only player in program history with seven punts of 65 or more yards.
Juwan Johnson, WR, Oregon (6-4, 231): Began college career at Penn State (2016-18) before arriving at Oregon as a grad transfer. In four college seasons, he played in 47 games and recorded 111 receptions for 1,590 yards and six touchdowns.
Tony Jones Jr., RB, Notre Dame (5-11, 224): A four-year letterman for Notre Dame, who played three years. In 2019, he started 12 games, rushing for 857 yards and six touchdowns as he became the 10th player in school history with five or more 100-yard rushing games in one season.
Adrian Magee, OL, LSU (6-4, 343): The former Franklinton High School standout was a four-year letterman at LSU, starting at three different positions on the offensive line during his career. He played in 40 career games, starting 20 at left guard, left tackle and right tackle.
Darrin Paulo, OT, Utah (6-5, 315): A four-year letterman at Utah, playing in 53 career games, including 41 contests on the offensive line with 40 starts and was a three-time Pac-12 selection. In 2019, the Sacramento, Calif. native was a Pac-12 All-Conference first-team selection as he started at left tackle.
Malcolm Roach, DL, Texas (6-3, 290): Baton Rouge native who prepped at Madison Academy, where he played for his father, Mike Roach. Roach was a four-year letterman for the Longhorns who played in 13 games (12 starts) and made 40 tackles, including nine tackles for a loss, three sacks in 2019.
Jordan Steckler, OL, Northern Illinois (6-5, 305): A four-year contributor at every position except for center at Northern Illinois. Lined up as a starting left guard in 2017 before taking over right tackle from 2018-19. A consensus first-team All-MAC selection in 2019.
Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Oregon (6-5, 311): Made 52 consecutive starts (right tackle-41, left tackle-5, right guard-3, center-3) for the Ducks and allowed just one sack over his final 3,224 snaps (45 contests). Earned second-team All-American honors as a senior in 2019.
Keith Washington Jr., CB, West Virginia (6-1, 180): Played two seasons at West Virginia after spending 2017 at community college following transferring from Michigan. In three FBS seasons, played in 31 games (17 starts), posted 66 tackles (52 solo), 6 interceptions, 18 passes defensed.