Yes, another Clemson guy. However, Huggins showed in the national semi-final and then two weeks late in the national championship game that Huggins would have started at nearly every other program in the country instead of being a rotational guy during his career at Clemson.
Huggins has all the tools to fit very nicely with Grady Jarrett on the defensive line. Like Grady, he eats up double team blocks and frees up others to make plays. That could make Grady more dangerous than he already is. He has the size that the Falcons are looking for and the nasty violent traits that successful defensive lineman have in the NFL. He would be another great option for the Falcons in the fifth round.