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Atlanta Falcons 2018 NFL Draft prospect interest tracker

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Everyone the Falcons are taking a look at, rounded up into one tracker.

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We are firmly in the grip of draft season, whether we want to be or not. With the Senior Bowl wrapped up, the Scouting Combine in the rearview, and the draft just about a month away, teams have already begun pouring time and energy into figuring out who they’ll be taking in April.

A year ago, our draft prospect tracker unearthed several names the Falcons ultimately brought in, including draft picks Takkarist McKinley (1st round), Duke Riley (3rd round), Brian Hill (5th round), and undrafted free agents Reggie Davis and Quincy Mauger. This year, we’re starting earlier with the Senior Bowl, and trying to do a better job of parsing through who is meeting with the team at Flowery Branch and who had a conversation at the Senior Bowl or the NFL Scouting Combine.

This will by no means by an exhaustive, up-to-the-minute list, but we’ll work hard to keep it updated and full of fresh names. It’s worth always checking in on Aaron Freeman’s list at FalcFans, which is also frequently updated.

Enjoy, and if you hear about a prospect you don’t see here, be sure to let us know!

Visits & Workouts

Please note that not all of these may count as official visits, as we’ll never have a comprehensive list of those from the Falcons themselves.

Offense

QB Alex McGough, Florida International

QB Quinton Flowers, South Florida

QB Riley Ferguson, Memphis

RB Malik Williams, Louisville

FB Nick Bawden, San Diego State

WR Jonah Trinniman, BYU

WR Vyncint Smith, Limestone

WR Richie James, Middle Tennessee

OG Braden Smith, Auburn

OG/OC Jamil Demby, Maine

OL Tejen Koroma, BYU

OT Kolton Miller, UCLA

OT Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&M

Defense

DE Joe Ostman, Central Michigan

DE Kentavius Street, North Carolina State

DT Justin Jones, North Carolina State

DT Kingsley Opara, Maryland

DT Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays State

DT R.J. McIntosh, Miami

LB Leighton Vander Esch, Boise State

LB Fred Warner, BYU

LB Deion Pierre, Samford

LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama

LB Foye Oluokun, Yale

LB Jack Cichy, Wisconsin

LB Genard Avery, Memphis

CB Grant Haley, Penn State

CB Linden Stephens, Cincinnati

CB Isaiah Oliver, Colorado

CB DJ Reed, Kansas State

S Afolabi Laguda, Colorado

S Corey Griffin, Georgia Tech

Special Teams

K Daniel Carlson, Auburn


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RB Nick Chubb, Georgia

WR Javon Wims, Georgia

C Harley Vaughn, West Georgia

DE/LB Danny Ezecheckwu, Purdue

LB Davin Bellamy, Georgia

DB Lance Austin, Georgia Tech

DB Lawrence Austin, Georgia Tech


Combine

Offense

RB Kalen Ballage, Arizona State

TE Hayden Hurst, South Carolina

OG/OC James Daniels, Iowa

OT Tyrell Crosby, Oregon

Defense

DT Vita Vea, Washington


Senior Bowl

Offense

RB Darrel Williams, LSU

OG Isaiah Wynn, Georgia

OG Colby Gossett, Appalachian State

OT Brett Toth, Army

OT Tyrell Cosby, Oregon

Defense

DE Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T

DT B.J. Hill, North Carolina State

LB Uchenna Nwosu, USC

CB Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State