The names have been trickling in for the last couple of days, but with undrafted free agents, you never know for sure who will be on the team until the team itself makes it official. Thankfully, we’re there.
The Falcons have signed 21 UDFAs, which brings them to the 90 man roster limit for the moment. As I’ve said before, at least one of these guys will likely make this roster, though perhaps only one given how set this Falcons team looks heading into the long camp period.
We have added 21 college free agents to the Brotherhood.— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) May 1, 2017
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Here’s the full list, from that article (which you should click):
Boise State center Travis Averill
Robert Morris S Marcelis Branch
San Diego State offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill
Kansas State wide receiver Deante Burton
Texas Tech wide receiver Reginald Davis III
South Carolina linebacker Darius English
Southern Mississippi tackle Wil Freeman
Iowa State cornerback Jarnor Jones
Miami (OH) defensive end J’terius Jones
Portland State center Cam Keizur
Connecticut tackle Andreas Knappe
Auburn guard Robert Leff
South Alabama wide receiver Josh Magee
Georgia safety Quincy Mauger
University Texas San Antonio safety Jordan Moore
Arkansas State defensive end Chris Odom
Citadel fullback Tyler Renew
James Madison cornerback Taylor Reynolds
San Jose State linebacker Christian Tago
Penn quarterback Alek Torgersen
Pittsburg State (KS) safety Deron Washington
There’s plenty of interesting names on this list, but I’d keep a close eye on Renew (a potential option at an unsettled fullback spot), Odom (an interesting, physical defensive end), Reynolds (a genuinely talented cornerback despite the level of competition), English (FAST AND PHYSICAL!), and Knappe, a 26-year-old Danish hulk of a man who doesn’t have a lot of quality competition for the swing tackle role.
Congratulations to all of these players. Who will make the final roster?