Atlanta Falcons: Five 2016 mid-round draft steals

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Jan 1, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Auburn Tigers helmet during the second half in the 2015 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Auburn Tigers 34-31 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

4. WR Duke Williams

Coming into the year, the Auburn Tigers were poised to be the possible front-runner of the powerhouse, SEC West. But, unfortunately, they struggled to get out of the gates at the beginning of the year, and, due to some disciplinary reasons, Duke Williams found himself dismissed from the Plains in Auburn Alabama.

Though that does raise a red flag, for sure, his talents and ability do not. He possesses everything a GM should look for in a wide receiver: strength, good hands, speed and size. Albeit the disciplinary issues should make his draft stock suffer a little, he is a can’t miss for any team, especially the Falcons, in those pivotal middle rounds.

Could you imagine pairing a feared receiver like Duke Williams with Julio Jones and Justin Hardy. The fading career of Roddy White will not hurt quite as much if Atlanta will jump in on this guy. He is a Justin Blackmon type player who, hopefully, will get his affairs in order and won’t be joining Blackmon on the “players kicked out of the NFL” list.

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