The Saints have agreed to deals with 13 undrafted free agents, the club said Sunday.
North Carolina inside linebacker Kevin Reddick, a first-team all-ACC selection by the league’s coaches as a senior, is among the additions. He will compete for a reserve role behind starters Curtis Lofton and David Hawthorne.
Another undrafted rookie, Tulane quarterback Ryan Griffin, will vie with Luke McCown and Seneca Wallace for backup spots.
West Virginia running back Shawne Alston, Illinois defensive end Glenn Foster, Idaho State tight end Josh Hill, Utah cornerback Ryan Lacy, Grand Valley State guard Tim Lelito, Nebraska linebacker Eric Martin, Michigan center Elliot Mealer, Louisiana-Monroe tight end Keavon Milton, Central Florida linebacker Rayford Shipman, Georgia Tech cornerback Rod Sweeting and Stanford linebacker Chase Thomas are the other undrafted free agents joining New Orleans.
The Saints’ rookie minicamp runs from May 10 through May 12.