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Feb 22, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Southern California Trojans defensive lineman Leonard Williams goes through a workout drill during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Leonard Williams a good fit?
"“Williams is arguably the best player in the draft, but with the value of quarterbacks and other positions superseding interior defensive line spots, he becomes a potential option for the Falcons should he slip to No. 8 overall. He’d fit in well for the schemes and could be a dominant player under Coach Quinn.”"
David Cobb in the backfield?
Here is another column from Scott Carasik, taking a look at running back prospect David Cobb.
"“Cobb’s lack of speed and lateral agility hurts his fit to be that featured back, and his upright style makes him susceptible to more injuries when he gets to the NFL. Power tailbacks are great to have if they can learn to catch out of the backfield and pass-block effectively, but Cobb hasn’t done either well yet.”"
Could Ogbuehi reunite with Matthews?
"“Ogbuehi started on the right side as a junior while Matthews anchored the left. He moved over to the left this past season after Matthews’ departure. Ogbuehi was seen as a sure-fire first-round pick prior to tearing his ACL in the Aggies’ bowl game and he is starting to gain more momentum again less than a week away from the draft. He was recently added to the invitation list to attend the draft in Chicago.”"
As ever, there is plenty of content right here at Blogging Dirty:
- Who do the Blogging Dirty writers think the Falcons will pick in the third round? Here are the picks.
- What are the five best draft picks in the Thomas Dimitroff era? Check them out here.
- Who are the draft experts projecting to the Falcons? Check out our latest mock draft roundup.