The Saints took former Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins off waivers late in the season to improve a cornerback group that struggled in 2019 outside of Marshon Lattimore, and Jenkins performed well enough to grab a two-year, $16.75 million extension. But New Orleans played with five or more defensive backs on 83% of their snaps last season, and that isn’t likely to change. With that in mind, here’s new blood in the person of Fulton, who impressed against some of the SEC’s best receivers and was able to show a knack for coverage in both man and zone concepts — though at this point, he’s best off when he can take a receiver from the line of scrimmage all over the field. Fulton has some technical issues to work out, such as his pad level and footwork, but a little more coaching could turn him into a legitimate No. 1 cornerback.