The New Orleans Saints are still looking to fill their quarterback room with more talent as they are reportedly targeting Florida Gators gunslinger Kyle Trask in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, per ESPN‘s Jeremy Fowler.

Trask isn't particularly generating the same buzz as the other blue-chip prospects in Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, and Justin Fields leading up to the draft. However, he certainly had some good moments of his own from last season as he concluded a three-year collegiate career with the Gators.

The 23-year-old racked up a total of 4,283 passing yards on 301 completions to go with 43 touchdowns through 12 games played. The Gators amassed an 8-4 record as they fell short in the Cotton Bowl after suffering a 55-20 loss at the hands of the Oklahoma Sooners.

On the other hand, the Saints currently hold the 28th overall pick in the upcoming draft. Considering the amount of talent in this year's rookie class, they can still have a chance to nab Trask despite having a late selection in the first round.

Kyle Trask would definitely have big shoes to fill in his rookie campaign as he is potentially replacing a future Hall of Famer in Drew Brees who recently hung his cleats after 20 seasons in the league. After going through a tough outing in 2020, the Saints are raring to get back to being title contenders in the near future.

The New Orleans-based squad is hoping that they have found an answer in Kyle Trask as they seek to start anew with a young quarterback moving forward.