New Orleans Saints make Clemson safety team’s first undrafted free agent signee

By James Varney, The Times-Picayune

The Saints have wasted no time jumping into the undrafted free agent pool, and the first player expected in Metairie later this week is Clemson strong safety DeAndre McDaniel, according to published reports. Clubs were allowed to talk with ndrafted free agents Monday night, just hours after the players signed off on the framework for a new collective bargaining agreement.

McDaniel, 6-feet, 217, was a first team All-ACC player and third team All-American last year. He finished his Clemson career having played in 53 games, which tied a school record, and 35 starts. In that span he recorded 296 tackles (18.5 tackles for loss), with two sacks and 15 interceptions.

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