Atlanta Falcons 2017 Draft Interest Tracker


Better late than never, but here is the collected stream of info on the different 2017 NFL Draft prospects that the Atlanta Falcons reportedly have shown interest in this offseason.

Private Workout
These were meetings reportedly conducted in-house within the Falcons facilities in Flowery Branch. NFL teams are only allowed 30 of these visits.

RB Elijah McGuire, Louisiana-Lafayette (source)
WR Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech (source)
TE O.J. Howard, Alabama (source)
OT Aviante Collins, Texas Christian (source)
OT Darrell Williams Jr., Western Kentucky (source)
OG Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky (source)
EDGE Derek Barnett, Tennessee (source)
EDGE Tarell Basham, Ohio (source)
EDGE Samson Ebukam, Eastern Washington (source)
EDGE Takkarist McKinley, UCLA (source)
DT Grover Stewart, Albany State (source)
LB Duke Riley, LSU (source)
LB Tanner Vallejo, Boise State (source)
CB Taylor Reynolds, James Madison (source)
S Budda Baker, Washington (source)

On Campus Workout
These were meetings/workouts the Falcons conducted on the respective prospects’ campus. There is no limit to how many of these workouts a team can conduct.

QB Austin Apodaca, New Mexico (source)
WR Keon Hatcher, Arkansas (source)
WR Cody Hollister, Arkansas (source)
WR Noel Thomas, Connecticut (source)
TE Jacob Hollister, Wyoming (source)
OT Garett Bolles, Utah (source)
OT Julie’n Davenport, Bucknell (source)
OT Sam Tevi, Utah (source)
OG Isaac Asiata, Utah (source)
OG Ethan Cooper, Indiana (PA) (source)
OC Max Halpin, Western Kentucky (source)
EDGE Keion Adams, Western Michigan (source)
EDGE Charles Harris, Missouri (source)
EDGE Avery Moss, Youngstown State (source)
EDGE Haason Reddick, Temple (source)
EDGE Derek Rivers, Youngstown State (source)
EDGE Jordan Willis, Kansas State (source)
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova (source)
CB David Rivers, Youngstown State (source)
S Jonathan “Rudy” Ford, Auburn (source)
S Tre’ Sullivan, Shepherd (source)

Other Workouts/Interest
This list includes players that the Falcons reportedly showed interest in, but whether or not they were on-campus workouts, pro day interest, in-house workouts or other meetings is unknown.

RB Tarik Cohen, North Carolina A&T (source)
RB Brian Hill, Wyoming (source)
RB Kareem Hunt, Toledo (source)
RB Marlon Mack, South Florida (source)
FB/LB Joe Bacci, Central Florida (source)
WR Tim Crawley, San Jose State (source)
WR Mitchell Paige, Indiana (source)
TE Jonnu Smith, Florida International (source)
OT Cam Robinson, Alabama (source)
OT Dustin Stanton, Oregon State (source)
OG Sean Harlow, Oregon State (source)
OC Cam Keizur, Portland State (source)
EDGE Tyus Bowser, Houston (source)
EDGE Dawaune Smoot, Illinois (source)
DT Sydney Omameh, Grand Valley State (source)
LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Tennessee (source)
CB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee (source)
CB Dee Virgin, Alabama (source)
CB Brandon Wilson, Houston (source)
S Justin Evans, Texas A&M (source)
S Eddie Jackson, Alabama (source)
K Matt Davis, UNC-Pembroke (source)

All-Star Game Looks
Whether it was at the East-West Shrine Game or the Senior Bowl, the Falcons reportedly talked to these players at all-star games. All of these reports come from Walter Football.

QB Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin
RB Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State
WR Austin Carr, Northwestern
WR Kermit Whitfield, Florida State
TE Evan Engram, Mississippi
LB Richie Brown, Mississippi State
LB Austin Cailtro, Villanova
LB Kevin Davis, Colorado State
LB Hardy Nickerson Jr., Illinois
LB Duke Riley, LSU
CB Fabian Moreau, UCLA

Local Pro Day
These players were all reportedly invited and worked out at the Falcons local pro day on April 5. The sources of this come from Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Walter Football.

QB Justin Holman, Central Florida
QB Nick Schuessler, Clemson
QB Kyle Sloter, Northern Colorado
QB/RB Justin Thomas, Georgia Tech
RB Marcus Cox, Appalachian State
RB Derrick Craine, Tennessee-Chattanooga
RB Morris George, Syracuse
RB Stanley “Boom” Williams, Kentucky
RB Myles Willis, Boston College
FB/LB P.J. Davis, Georgia Tech
WR Anthony Autry, Texas A&M-Kingsville
WR Reggie Davis, Georgia
WR Robert Davis, Georgia State
WR Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia
WR Jordan Reid, Ohio
WR Garrett Scantling, Georgia
WR Jalen Williams, Massachusetts
TE Barrett Burns, Appalachian State
TE Jason Croom, Tennessee
TE/OT Brandon Greene, Alabama
OT Tyler Catalina, Georgia
OT Jamal Covington, Charlotte
OT Taylor Gadbois, SE Louisiana
OT Antonio Garcia, Troy
OT Eric Smith, Virginia
OG Corey Levin, Tennessee-Chattanooga
OG Greg Pyke, Georgia
EDGE Mikey Bart, North Carolina
EDGE Darius English, South Carolina
EDGE Andrew Everett, Georgia State
EDGE Chris Hale, Middle Tennessee
EDGE J’terius Jones, Miami (OH)
EDGE Shawanye Lawrence, Georgia State
EDGE Ryan Watson, Air Force
DT Kelsey Griffin, South Carolina
DT Treyvon Hester, Toledo
DT Francis Kallon, Georgia TecH
DT Isaac Rochell, Notre Dame
DT Dalvin Tomlinson, Alabama
LB Brandyn Bartlett, Tusculum
LB T.J. Hollomon, South Carolina
LB Keith Kelsey, Louisville
CB Bobby Baker, Georgia State
CB Dante Blackmon, Kennesaw State
CB Ray Buchanan Jr., Northern Iowa
CB Daquan Holmes, American International
CB Jay Jones, Iowa State
CB/S Maurice Smith, Georgia
S Chaz Elder, South Carolina
S Alex Gray, Appalachian State
S Martez Hester, Ball State
S Quincy Mauger, Georgia
S Donald Payne, Stetson
S Aaron Taylor, Ball State
S Jeremy Tyler, West Virginia

Pro Days
The Falcons were confirmed to have attended each of these college pro days.

Albany State (source)
Arizona State (source)
Army (source)
Auburn (source)
Boston College (source)
Clemson (source)
Coastal Carolina (source)
Colorado (source)
Connecticut (source)
Florida Atlantic (source)
Florida State (source)
Gardner-Webb (source)
Georgia (source)
Georgia Southern (source)
Georgia State
Georgia Tech (source)
Grand Valley State (source)
Houston (source)
Indiana (source)
James Madison (source)
Kennesaw State (source)
Louisiana-Lafayette (source)
Miami (FL) (source)
Michigan (source)
Missouri (source)
New Mexico (source)
North Carolina (source)
Ohio (source)
Ohio State (source)
Oklahoma State (source)
Oregon State (source)
Pennsylvania (source)
Penn State (source)
Portland State (source)
Rice (source)
San Jose State (source)
Savannah State
Simon Fraser (source)
Southern California (source)
Southern Mississippi (source)
Temple (source)
Tennessee (source)
Tennessee-Chattanooga (source)
Texas (source)
Texas A&M (source)
Tulsa (source)
Utah State (source)
Valdosta State
Virginia Tech (source)
Washington (source)
West Georgia (source)
Wisconsin (source)
Youngstown State (source)

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