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Back to Main MenuReal Estate TransfersBack to Main MenuLocal Grocery AdsSpecial SectionsLocal AdsLagniappeNow that the New Orleans Saints filled an immediate need with Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks, the team can venture in a number of directions with their second round pick at No. 58 overall in Friday's portion of the NFL draft.A lack of a third round pick, which New Orleans sent to Arizona in the trade to move up to No. 20 to take Cooks on Thursday night, shouldn't hinder the Saints' flexibility in the second round. The Saints will view this pick as a player who should contribute right away with the team, so "need" areas would be optimal with this pick.There are a handful of possibilities for the Saints at No. 58. Here's a glimpse and some players Saints general manager Mickey Loomis, coach Sean Payton and the rest of the team's brass could ponder later tonight:Pierre Shiloh Keo Womens Jersey Desir, Lindenwood The small school product has been a bit of a media darling during the lead up to the draft. He opened eyes at the Senior Bowl in January and has steadily risen to become a second round possibility. His measurables 6 feet 1, 198 pounds and 4.5 second speed www.texansofficialproshop.com/Nike-Keshawn-Martin-Jersey.html in the 40 yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine make him a solid pick.Phillip Gaines, Rice He possesses similar size (6 0, 193) to Desir, but ran a touch faster with 4.3 in the 40 in Indianapolis. He also picked off four pa**** last year.Stanley Jean Baptiste, Nebraska He's the prototype of the growing trend of tall cornerbacks at 6 3 and 218 pounds. Some draft pundits thought he might sneak into the first round because of his size. There are questions about his toughness, but you can't teach size.Keith McGill, Utah Add another 6 3 cornerback to the mix in Round 2. His 4.4 speed at the Combine shouldn't hurt his chances at being a second rounder, either. Baits quarterbacks into throwing underneath routes and shows an explosive downhill burst to close."Marcus Martin, USC Rumblings swirled around Martin (6 3, 320) being an option for the Saints in the first round, but that would have been a mistake. He's the best center on the board and worked out for the Saints during the draft process. He would be a no brainer at No. 58 if he's still available.Weston Richburg, Colorado State The four year starter (6 3, 298) doesn't possess the same size as Martin, but many pundits peg Richburg as a second round talent. He can rush the passer, and that ability has to have Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan foaming at the mouth. He's more of the traditional outside linebacker rather than a Junior Galette type, who typically lines up as a defensive end.Carl Bradford, Arizona State Hybrid is probably the perfect tag for Bradford as he played all over the place for the Sun Devils. He lined up at defensive end, outside linebacker and even inside linebacker times. His versatility could make him more attractive to the Saints. Bradford piled up 21 sacks and 43 tackles for a loss in his career.Kyle Van Noy, BYU He exploded in his final season with 13 sacks and 22 tackles for a loss. Van Noy may be the best linebacker in the draft in coverage, which is an attribute the Saints seemingly have never found in a linebacker. He'd be hard to pass up if he lingered around at No. 58.