The Atlanta Falcons have signed two undrafted free agents today. One of the players is Matt Huffer, offensive tackle out of South Dakota. They also signed former Auburn defensive back, Jonathon Mincy, a talented player in college. Obviously, both of these players are not going to start day one for Atlanta, but they did well enough in minicamp to get signed. Mincy’s position for Atlanta will be determined between cornerback and safety. Word from the Falcons camp is that Raheem Morris was trying him out at free safety. Mincy is a Georgia native, attending high school at Southwest DeKalb High School.
The other player signed is an offensive tackle out of South Dakota. Matt Huffer stands at 6’6” and weighs in at about 285 pounds. He is lighter than most offensive lineman, but he was a great run blocker in college. This offensive lineman appeared and played in 41 total games during his three-year tenure. Durability is not a big question to this newly signed Falcons player.
Welcome to the team Matt Huffer and Jonathon Mincy. Atlanta Falcon fans wish nothing but the best.