LSU receiver Travin Dural headlines Saints' list of 12 undrafted free agents

Travin Dural finished with 13 career touchdowns at LSU. Derick E. Hingle/USA TODAY Sports

METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints' LSU drought continues in the NFL draft (only one player taken from their Baton Rouge neighbors in the last 13 years -- and none since 2010). But the Saints did add LSU receiver Travin Dural as one of the most highly-rated players in their class of undrafted free agents.

Dural, who is from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, is one of three local players from the Saints' class of 12 -- which was heavy on offense after five of their seven choices in the draft were defensive players.

Here's the complete list:

Travin Dural, WR, LSU: The name that stands out most on this list, because of his local ties and because he is one of the higher-rated players. He was projected as a possible Day 3 pick. The 6-1, 202-pounder battled injuries throughout his career but finished with 100 receptions for 1,716 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Ahmad Fulwood, WR Florida: The 6-4, 202-pounder played four seasons at Florida with a total of 42 catches for 499 yards with three touchdowns.

Cameron Tom, C, Southern Mississippi: Another Louisiana product with one of the most impressive resumes on this list, Tom is from Baton Rouge and was a two-time first-team All-Conference USA selection. The 6-3, 291-pounder started 48 consecutive games. ESPN/Scouts Inc. graded him as the No. 9 center heading into the draft, while CBS/NFL Draft Scout rated him fifth.

Collin Buchanan, G, Miami (Ohio): The 6-5, 316-pounder was a second-team All-MAC selection as a right tackle in 2016. He played in 45 games in his four-year career at multiple positions on the line, but primarily at right tackle.

Cameron Lee, G, Illinois State: The 6-5, 312-pounder started 25 games in four years at Illinois State. He moved from guard to right tackle late last season and finished as an honorable mention All-Missouri Valley conference selection.

Clint Van Horn, G, Marshall: The 6-5, 308-pounder was a three-year starter at right tackle and also played guard in his career. He began his career as a walk-on and became a first-team All-Conference USA selection in 2014 before receiving a medical redshirt in 2015 for a torn pectoral muscle.

Andrew Lauderdale, OL, New Hampshire: The 6-6, 300-pounder started at left tackle in 2016 and started at right tackle in 2015.

John Robinson-Woodgett, FB, Massachusetts: The 6-1, 248-pounder spent his first four years at Colorado, playing fullback and linebacker, before transferring closer to his hometown. He had 68 rushing yards, 65 receiving yards and two touchdowns in 11 games for UMass.

Arthur Maulet, CB, Memphis: A local kid from Kenner and Bonnabel High School, Maulet had 111 tackles, four interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), 24 pass defenses and two forced fumbles over the past two years. The 5-10, 189-pounder also played special teams, which would obviously be a key path to a roster spot in New Orleans.

Sae Tautu, LB, BYU: The 6-2, 238-pounder played both defensive end and linebacker in four years at BYU. He finished with a career-high 50 tackles and a team-high six sacks and 11 tackles for loss as a senior.

Devaroe Lawrence, DT, Auburn: The 6-2, 294-pounder played in 28 games over the last two years with a total of 45 tackles and 1.5 sacks. He suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Iron Bowl against Alabama.

Chase Dominguez, LS, Utah: Dominguez has as good a shot as anyone on this list to make the Saints' roster, since they appear set to move on from longtime long-snapper Justin Drescher, who remain unsigned as a free agent. Dominguez will compete with Jesse Schmitt, who was signed in January. Dominguez (6-5, 242) snapped for every punt and kick in all 51 games for the Utes from 2013-16.