I didn't know where to put this so I will put it in here.
Here is a mock draft from a Saints fan that even says we are making a mistake drafting Young.
1 – Panthers (from Chicago) – Bryce Young, QB, Alabama– the panthers make another mistake at QB. Young has an exceptional mind but limited ability. He doesn’t have a strong arm, isn’t big, and isn’t Russell Wilson.
2 – Texans – Will Anderson, OLB/Edge, Alabama – The Texans avoid these QBs and make a very smart pick with the best player in the draft.
3 – Cardinals – Tyree Wilson, DE, Texas Tech – The Cards follow suit by taking the 2nd best player in the draft. He’ll be a mainstay for years.
4 – Colts – C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio St. – The colts get the best QB in the draft and the only QB really worthy of a 1st round grade.
5 – Seahawks (from Broncos) – Jalen Carter, DT, Georgia – Again, the hawks take the best player available which also fills a huge need.
6 – Lions (from Rams) – Drew Sanders, OLB/Edge, Arkansas – The Lions grab another defensive playmaker. His ability will stand out starting day one.
7 – Raiders – Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon – he’s arguably the best CB in the draft and fills a huge need for the Raiders.
8 – Falcons – Myles Murphy, DE, Clemson – The dirty birds get the pass rusher and athlete they need.
9 – Bears (from Panthers) – Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern – The Bears must start protecting Justin Fields and Skoronski, a local guy, is the best Tackle in the draft.
10 – Eagles (from Saints) – Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois – The Eagles get help in their secondary – especially at slot CB – where he should be a day one starter.
11 – Titans – Darnell Wright, OL, Tennessee – The Titans grab a local kid. He can any of the line spots except Center – day one starter.
12 – Texans (from Browns) – Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee – The Texans are dire need of offensive weapons, so they go and get the best receiver in the draft.
13 – Packers (from Jets) - Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio St. – Jordan Love needs weapons and gets the 2nd best receiver in the draft.
14 – Patriots – Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia – The Pats need CB and Receiver help, but they can grab a good receiver later. Ringo is raw, but he has all of the tools.
15 – Jets (from Packers) – Paris Johnson jr., OL, Ohio St. – With the addition of Rodgers, the Jets need to build up that O-line to keep their investment upright.
16 – Commanders – Joey Porter, jr., CB, Penn St. – The need for CB is dire here, so they grab the best available.
17 – Steelers – Broderick Jones, OL, Georgia – Jones is one of the best athletes in this group and can play any line spot except Center.
18 – Lions – Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Mississippi St. – The lions love to play man coverage and get the most instinctual press CB in the draft.
19 – Bucs – Jack Campbell, OLB/Edge, Iowa – The Bucs are in need of speed and smarts on their defense – they get both.
20 – Seahawks – Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College – He is a great slot receiver with excellent quickness and hands.
21 – Chargers – Jordan Addison, WR, USC – He will become an instant weapon for Justin Herbert.
22 – Ravens – Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas – The Ravens get the best RB in the draft and pray they can keep Lamar Jackson.
23 – Vikings – Lukas Van Ness, DE, Iowa – This guy is very raw as a player but he has special athletic tools.
24 – Jags – Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio St. – The Jags beef up their O-line more and protect their franchise QB.
25 – Giants – Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah – The G-men need offensive weapons and get the best TE in the draft to help out in both the running and passing game.
26 – Cowboys – Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame – Dak Prescott gets a needed weapon and blocker. Mayer is a no frills guy, but he’ll play and start for 10 plus years.
27 – Bills – Calijah Kancey, DT, Pitt – The Bills desperately need more sack production from their D-line and Kancey is a steal at 27.
28 – Bengals – Anton Harrison, OL, Oklahoma – He is one the best O-line technicians in the draft and can play all 5 O-line spots. He’s likely best suited to LT with his quick feet.
29 – Saints (from Broncos) – Bryan Bresee, DT, Clemson – The Saints need DT depth and help immediately, and Bresee is a perfect fit.
30 – Eagles – Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pitt – He’ll instantly make the offense better – he’s an excellent runner and receiver and will help Jalen Hurts a lot.
31 – Chiefs – Marvin Mims Jr., WR, Oklahoma – He’s one of the fastest and best route runners in the draft – the Chiefs offense gets even better.