Atlanta Falcons: 2017 NFL Draft Review
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Round 4, Pick 30 (136th overall) – Sean Harlow (OG, OSU)
With Chris Chester’s retirement, the Falcons have an opening at guard. While Sean Harlow is likely not an immediate starter, he can serve as competition to and depth behind Wes Schweitzer and Ben Garland.
Harlow has an impressive resume from his time at Oregon State, practicing in every offensive line position. He can be a nice development piece for the future, as his size and athleticism make him a prototype for Atlanta’s zone blocking-based offense.