The New Orleans Saints won't have many picks to work with, at least in the early rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft, as they prepare for the future.

The team will have only one pick in the first four rounds, after multiple trades in 2018.

New Orleans will be without a first-round pick, after trading up to select defensive end Marcus Davenport in the opening round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

The Saints do have a second-round pick, and will make their first pick with the #62 selection.

New Orleans will be without picks in the third and fourth rounds, after trading their third-rounder to the Jets for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and a sixth, prior to shipping their fourth to the Giants for cornerback Eli Apple.

The Saints do have a number of late picks, with five selections over the final three rounds.

They have their own picks in rounds 5-7, plus the Jets pick in round 6, as well as the Browns selection in the final round.

A break down of the Saints' 2019 draft selections is below:

1st Round---None
2nd Round---30th pick of round (#62 overall)
3rd Round---None
4th Round---None
5th Round---30th pick of round
6th Round---4th pick of round (from Jets), & 30th pick of round
7th Round---17th pick of round (from Browns), & 30th pick of round