2016: 10 games played, 28 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss, 1 interception, 1 fumble forced, 9 pass deflections
2015: 3 games played, 8 tackles, 1 pass deflection, Injury Redshirt after 3 games
2014: 13 games played, 53 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 1 interception, 8 pass deflections
2013: 12 games played, 52 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, 1 fumble forced, 4 pass deflections
2012: 11 games played, 4 tackles
The Falcons have some depth at cornerback right now with Desmond Trufant and Jalen Collins projecting as long-term starters with Brian Poole, Akeem King and C.J. Goodwin looking like talented depth. However, assuming they let Robert Alford leave in free agency, the Falcons could use some more competition at the bottom of the cornerback depth chart. When looking at corners, finding guys who are taller and more physical is definitely the way to go.
And Fabian Moreau from UCLA is exactly that. He’s a 6’0″, 195-pound cornerback who has long arms and a strong frame. He can play both in the slot and outside on defense. However, the strongest aspect of Moreau’s game is his ability to find the ball in the air. He tracks it effectively and can make good plays when need be. His speed just isn’t top notch. But put him in Atlanta’s defense and on the special teams unit, and he’ll be an asset on both.