Day 3 Prospects to watch for the Falcons

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CB Bryce Hall – Virginia
TE Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic
CB Stanford Samuels – Florida State
DE Bradlee Anae – Utah
TE Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri
DE Curtis Weaver – Boise State
TE Thad Moss – LSU
LB Troy Dye – Oregon
G Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
DT Rashard Lawrence – LSU
EDGE Carter Coughlin – Minnesota
CB Kindle Vildor – Georgia Southern
G Logan Sternberg – Kentucky
RB DeeJay Dallas – Miami (FL)
S Jordan Fuller – Ohio State
S Shy Carter – Alabama
LB Khaleke Hudson – Michigan
G Solomon Kindley – Georgia
EDGE Michael Divinity – LSU
DT Tyler Clark – Georgia
P Tommy Townsend – Florida
K Tyler Bass – Georgia Southern
K Rodrigo Blankenship – Georgia

Linebacker is a massive need, but it’s hard to ignore that Bryce Hall is still on the board. He’s more than likely going to be one of the first guys selected today and probably won’t make it to Atlanta’s next pick at 119. Bradlee Anae would be an absolute steal; he shined during the Senior Bowl and was the Pac-12’s best pass rusher. Adding him to the Falcons defensive line would have this group looking infinitely better than before the draft. A tight end like Harrison Bryant or Thad Moss is definitely in play — but that would make more sense with pick 134. There isn’t a lot of quality linebacker talent left, so if Troy Dye makes it to 119 — he could be the pick. Khaleke Hudson is another name to watch. Atlanta might target a specialist in R7, but I’d rather keep adding to the trenches with a guy like Tyler Clark, Michael Divinity, Logan Sternberg, or Solomon Kindley.

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