Three 2015 Draft Prospects That The Falcons Will Be Keeping An Eye On

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Aug 31, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive linesman Jake Matthews (75) and offensive linesman Cedric Ogbuehi (70) after the game against the Rice Owls at Kyle Field. Texas A&M won 52-31. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

OT Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M

Sure, the Falcons added Jake Matthews to the offensive line in this most recent draft, but they could really turn the trenches into a strong suit with another top tackle in 2015.  Sam Baker is a solid option when healthy, but it’s hard to imagine that Dimitroff drafted Matthews with intentions of him staying at RT.  It’s safe to assume that the Falcons will be in the market for a new starting tackle on the right side of the line next season, and another Aggie would make Matt Ryan a very happy (and clean) man.

Cedric is your typical Aggie offensive tackle; he displays incredible control of his body, and has room to grow into an elite talent at the position.

He is a force in the run game, but like Jeremiah stated, he could add some muscle.  As a former teammate of 1st round pick Jake Matthews, there would be instant chemistry for a duo that would likely last a decade or more.