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2015 NFL Draft: An updated list of official prospect visits for the Falcons

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The Falcons have hosted a couple of dozen prospects ahead of the 2015 NFL Draft.

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The Falcons face a critical draft in 2015, something that we've repeated endlessly but remains true. The more due diligence they do, the better they understand the strengths of this class and the team's enduring weaknesses, the better they're likely to do when it comes time to actually draft these players in Chicago on April 30th. A long prospect visit list makes you feel a little better about that preparation, at least.

We previously linked you to Aaron Freeman's very good, very thorough list of prospects the Falcons have interest in already. This list will cover all the official pre-draft visits the Falcons have had, and as you can see, they're getting close to their limit of 30.

Hat tip to the SB Nation hub for compiling the full list.

* = a workout plus a visit

Atlanta Falcons

DE Dante Fowler, Florida
DE/OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson
TE Blake Bell, Oklahoma*
WR Devin Gardner, Michigan*
LB Paul Dawson, TCU
LB Shane Ray, Missouri
LB Shaq Thompson, Washington*
RB Terrell Watson, Azusa Pacific*
DT Gabe Wright, Auburn*
CB Tray Walker, Texas Southern
OT Chaz Green, Florida*
OT Ereck Flowers, Miami*
DB Nick Marshall, Auburn*
WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami (FL)*
WR Vince Mayle, Washington State
WR Mario Alford, West Virginia
DE James Vaughters, Stanford*
RB Mike Davis, South Carolina*
DT Tory Slater, West Georgia*
CB Norman Hayes, Harvard*
TE Rory "Busta" Anderson, South Carolina*
CB John Mincy, Auburn*
DT Mike Thornton, Georgia*
LB Amarlo Herrera, Georgia*
CB Garry Peters, Clemson*
WR DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech*
FB Zach Laskey, Georgia Tech*
TE Eric Newman, University of West Georgia*
WR Dondre Purnell, Stillman*
TE Randall Telfer, Southern California
DE Bud Dupree, Kentucky
OT Tyler Sambrailo, Colorado State
OLB Davis Tull, Chattanooga
CB Chris Dunkley, USF
RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska*
CB Marcus Peters, Washington*
DE Leonard Williams, USC

Who stands out to you on this list?