Video Syracuse Football: Arthur Jones on NFL Draft - CitrusTV 1-on-1 Interview Former Players Tiller from Syracuse, we had a little bit of inside information. You guys all know Doug Marrone. He's the head coach up at Syracuse now. He likes this prospect. He knows what we want here and feels that would be a fit for us. That's the consensus among the coaches and the scouts and then with Marcel Jones from Nebraska. At this point in the draft, we took some height, weight, speed, a guy that had some intangibles we think can lend to our football team." Carmichael Q: Everybody will want to make comparisons of Andrew Tiller and Marcel Jones to the drafting of players like Jahri Evans, Carl Nicks and Zach Strief in middle to low rounds. Is that fair right now? Carmichael A: "We're excited about these two guys. We feel like there's a chance for these guys to come in and contribute in some form and whether it's a year or two down the road…To compare them, I don't know if that's fair right now, but we're excited about (having) them." Fox8 Andrew Tiller Interview about getting drafted by the Saints Kenny Wilkerson on Tiller WWL TV On Tiller Mike Hendron on A Tiller Tiller Goes Marching to the Saints FB | Saints select former Syracuse guard Tiller in 6th round of ... The good: OL depth was a target and Syracuse G Andrew Tiller fit the bill as a first-team All-Big East selection. The bad: Tiller may be the second consecutive draft pick stretch as he's the No. 25 G and No. 435 overall prospect by NFLDraftScout.com. The bottom line: Syracuse coach Doug Marrone is a former Saints assistant coach and likely gave a high recommendation on Tiller. It could still be an uphill climb for Tiller to make the team. CBS Don't write off Tiller New Orleans Saints take former Syracuse University guard Andrew Tiller in the NFL Draft's sixth round Jones brothers looking forward to head-to-head matchup Stevens: NFL Draft night a family affair for UE grad Chandler Jones Vote: Will Dont'a Hightower or Chandler Jones Have Bigger Impact ... What grade do you give the New England Patriots for their moves in the NFL draft? Eagles pick up Phillip Thomas Provo to the Ravens as a FA The Raven's picked up two more FA TE's Michael Hay to the Rams as a FA Syracuse University football players Nick Provo, Phillip Thomas, Michael Hay sign free agent deals Michigan State RB Edwin Baker (round seven, 250th pick) will have a chance to replace backup RB Mike Tolbert (Panthers). Baker rushed for 665 yards and five TDs in 2011. Baker (5-8, 208), however, will not be guaranteed a job. RB Curtis Brinkley, who performed well in Week 8 against the Chiefs last season, should have the inside track. San Diego will also likely sign a free agent RB. CBS Ballard is a thick rusher who goes about 220 pounds, presenting a bit of overlap with last year's fourth-rounder, Delone Carter. Donald Brown figures to have earned first crack at the starting gig with his (relatively) strong finish to 2011, but those looking to Carter as a sleeper need to worry that Ballard could eat into his (potentially goal-line) touches. ESPN Donovan McNabb hasn't made up mind on retirement McNabb returns to Philly to support Dawkins Recruiting Garret Anderson was expected to make the trek from Cali to participate in the Elite 11 at Randle Island in Manhattan ESPN Around The Nation UTSA poised to exit WAC for Conference USA One playoff plan would link semi sites, leagues Sophomore QB Sims to transfer from Alabama Violators NCAA cites S. Carolina for failure to monitor Other NFL Draft News Chandler Harnish “Mr. Irrelevant” Sorry Nick Provo Blogs Syracuse Orange: 5 Reasons They Will Compete for BCS Title New Orleans Saints Draft Grade: The Andrew Tiller Pick Gets a 'D'