Round 5, Pick 148
Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
The Atlanta Falcons add the fastest player in the draft this year. Clocking in at 4.27 on his 40-yard dash at the Auburn pro day. His technique needs some work but the speed and explosiveness are undeniable.
He can be a threat to go the distance from anywhere on the field and can be used creatively to get the ball in his hands.
Round 5, Pick 182
Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech
The Atlanta Falcons add a running back on day three. Khalil Herbert excelled in the zone blocking scheme at Virginia Tech and should feast in Arthur Smith’s system.
Paired with Mike Davis the Falcons have a solid one-two punch in year one and potentially a long-term starter in Herbert.
Round 5, pick 183
Justin Hilliard, LB, Ohio State
Hilliard was part of a deep Ohio State linebacker group but played significant snaps for the Buckeyes. He is a solid linebacker and offers depth and long-term upside. He will also bring a ton of value as a special teams player.
Round 6, pick 187
Shaka Toney, Edge, Penn State
Toney has appeared in all three of my mocks. This late on day three he would be a great addition to this edge group. He is primarily a speed rusher but can come in on passing downs early in his career and have an impact.
Round 6, Pick 219
Deommodore Lenoir, CB, Oregon
Lenoir brings depth and versatility to this corner room. He played both inside and out for the Ducks. While he isn’t an elite athlete his processing is good and he has shown good ball production.