Atlanta Falcons 2019 Draft Interest Tracker

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This is your one-stop shop to keep track of all the 2019 NFL Draft prospects that the Atlanta Falcons have reportedly shown interest in this offseason.

Disclaimer: This is not meant to be a complete list of every prospect the Falcons have shown interest in. Nor should anyone assume that the more times a player appears on this list, the more favorably the player is perceived by the Falcons.

You are not getting insights into the Falcons draft board, nor is the amount of interest (or lack thereof) the team shows in a particular player directly correlated to how the team evaluates said player. This is meant only to be a supplemental resource for those of you that are curious about who the Falcons are talking to.

Yes, it is true that the majority of the players the Falcons have drafted over the years (60 percent to be exact) have appeared on the interest trackers of their corresponding years, which again emphasizes why this tracker is a very useful tool but you still should not overestimate its tendency to predict Falcons draft picks. Proceed and enjoy!

Top 30 Visit

These are visits conducted “in-house” at the Falcons facilities in Flowery Branch, Georgia. NFL teams are only allowed a limit of 30 such visits. If known, the date of the visit is given.

RB Wes Hills, Slippery Rock (April 3) (source)
WR Marcus Green, Louisiana-Monroe (week of April 8) (source)
OT Andre Dillard, Washington State (source)
OT Kaleb McGary, Washington (April 16) (source | source)
OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida (April 4) (source)
OG Nate Davis, Charlotte (April 17) (source | source | source)
DL Michael Dogbe, Temple (April 1) (source)
DL Ed Oliver, Houston (source)
EDGE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan (April 8 or 9) (source | source | source)
EDGE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State (week of April 1) (source)
EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan (April 4) (source)
LB Darius Harris, Middle Tennessee (source)
LB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina (April 8) (source)
CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan (source)
CB Donnie Lewis, Tulane (April 1) (source)
CB Duke Shelley, Kansas State (source)
S Parker Baldwin, San Diego State (source)

On-Campus Private Meeting/Workout

These are meetings or workouts that the Falcons conducted on the respective prospects’ campus. There is no limit to how many of these workouts each NFL team is allowed to have. If known, the date of the workout is given.

RB Miles Sanders, Penn State (source)
WR Johnnie Dixon, Ohio State (April 14) (source)
WR Diontae Johnson, Toledo (April 14) (source)
WR Trey Lansman, Nebraska-Kearney (source)
TE Ellis Richardson, Georgia Southern (source)
OT Bobby Evans, Oklahoma (April 5?) (source)
OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma (April 5?) (source)
OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State (source)
OT Malcolm Pridgeon, Ohio State (source)
OG Demetrius Knox, Ohio State (source)
OG Chris Lindstrom, Boston College (April 13) (source | source)
OG Ben Powers, Oklahoma (April 5?) (source)
OG Dru Samia, Oklahoma (April 5?) (source)
DL Zach Allen, Boston College (April 13) (source)
DL Albert Huggins, Clemson (source)
EDGE Jamal Davis, Akron (April 14) (source)
EDGE Wyatt Ray, Boston College (April 13) (source)
LB Tre Crawford, UAB (week of April 8) (source)
LB Ulysses Gilbert, Akron (April 14) (source | source)
LB Deonte Roberts, Rutgers (source)
LB Quart’e Sapp, Tennessee (source)
LB Sione Takitaki, Brigham Young (April 9) (source | source | source)
CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan (source)
CB Stephen Denmark, Valdosta State (source)
CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston (April 11) (source | source | source)
CB Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky (source)
CB JoeJuan Williams, Vanderbilt (source | source)
S Mike Edwards, Kentucky (source)
S Cameron Glenn, Wake Forest (source)
S Will Harris, Boston College (April 13) (source)

Other Workouts/Interest

This list includes players that the Falcons have reportedly shown interest in, but the specific nature of said interest is uknown. This could be on-campus workouts, pro day interest, in-house workouts and other types of unspecified meetings.

QB Ty Gangi, Nevada (source)
WR Malik Taylor, Ferris State (source)
TE Andrew Beck, Texas (source)
OT Blake Hance, Northwestern (source)
OG Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin (source)
DL Dexter Lawrence, Clemson (source)
EDGE John Cominsky, Charleston (source)
EDGE Kevin Petit-Frere, LIU Post (source)
CB Justin Layne, Michigan State (source | source)
S Darnell Savage, Maryland (source)
P Tyler Newsome, Notre Dame (source)
LS Chris Wilkerson, Stephen F. Austin (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. These are all sourced from WalterFootball.com (WF) or The Draft Network (TDN), unless otherwise noted.

QB Easton Stick, North Dakota State (TDN)
QB Jordan Ta’amu, Mississippi (WF)
WR Terry Godwin, Georgia (TDN)
WR Jesper Horsted, Princeton (TDN)
WR KeeSean Johnson, Fresno State (TDN)
WR David Sills, West Virginia (WF)
TE Kano Dillon, Oregon (WF)
TE Matt Sokol, Michigan State (WF)
OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State (The Athletic)
OT Martez Ivey, Florida (TDN)
OT Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls (WF)
OT Ryan Pope, San Diego State (TDN)
OT Brian Wallace, Arkansas (TDN)
OG Josh Miles, Morgan State (TDN)
OC Nick Allegretti, Illinois (WF)
OC Lamont Gaillard, Georgia (WF)
EDGE John Cominsky, Charleston (WF)
EDGE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia (The Athletic)
CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison (TDN)

Combine Interviews

NFL teams are allowed up to 60 formal interviews with prospects at the Combine. Each interview lasts up to 15 minutes. An asterisk (*) indicates an informal meeting/interview, which is unlimited.

RB James Williams, Washington State (source)
FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin (source)*
WR Mecole Hardman, Georgia (source)
WR Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State (source)
WR Riley Ridley, Georgia (source)
TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia (source)
OT Andre Dillard, Washington State (source)
OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma (source)
OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State (source)
OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson (source)*
OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida (source)
OC Lamont Gaillard, Georgia (source)*
OC Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama (source)
DL Rashan Gary, Michigan (source)
DL Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State (source)*
DL Dexter Lawrence, Clemson (source)
DL Ed Oliver, Houston (source)
DL Christian Wilkins, Clemson (source)*
EDGE Austin Bryant, Clemson (source)
EDGE Brian Burns, Florida State (source)
EDGE L.J. Collier, TCU (source)
EDGE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson (source)
EDGE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia (source)*
EDGE D’Andre Walker, Georgia (source)*
CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan (source)
CB Trayvon Mullen, Clemson (source)
CB Saivon Smith, Alabama (source)*
S Jonathan Abram, Mississippi State (source)
S Nasir Adderley, Delaware (source)*
S Lukas Denis, Boston College (source)*
S Jaquan Johnson, Miami FL (source)*
S Sheldrick Redwine, Miami FL (source)*

Local Pro Day

These players are all reportedly invited and set to work out for the Falcons on their local pro day on April 5. A complete official list of all the players that worked out for the team was published by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

QB A.J. Bush, Illinois
QB Price Wilson, Bryant
RB Keion Davis, Marshall (source)
RB Jordan Ellis, Virginia
RB Elijah Holyfield, Georgia
RB Devontae Jackson, West Georgia
RB D.J. Knox, Purdue
RB Clinton Lynch, Georgia Tech (source)
RB Qua Searcy, GEorgia TEch
RB/WR TaQuon Marshall, Georgia Tech
FB Victor Alexander, Georgia Tech
WR Terry Godwin, Georgia
WR Mecole Hardman, Georgia (source)
WR Collin Lisa, Alabama-Birmingham
WR Jakobi Meyers, N.C. State
WR T.J. Rahming, Duke
WR Riley Ridley, Georgia (source)
WR Tavonn Salter, Middle Tennessee
WR Darius Slayton, Auburn (source)
WR Shannon Smith, West Georgia (source)
WR Jayson Stanley, Georgia (source)
WR Brad Stewart, Georgia Tech
WR Justin Sumpter, Kennesaw State (source)
TE Sam Dobbs, Vanderbilt
TE Jackson Harris, Georgia
TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia
TE Ellis Richardson, Georgia Southern
TE Sam Walker, Mercer
TE Ari Werts, East Tennessee State
OT Donnell Greene, Minnesota
OT Christian Harris, Duke
OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson
OG Kendall Baker, Georgia
OG D.J. Coker, Rhodes
OG Jeremiah Culbreth, Georgia Southern
OG Tyler Jones, N.C. State
OG Andrew Marshall, Georgia Tech
OG Terronne Prescod, N.C. State
OC Lamont Gaillard, Georgia
OC Jamal Paxton, Georgia State
DL Desmond Branch, Georgia Tech (source)
DL Kyle Cerge-Henderson, Georgia Tech
DL Connor Christian, Jacksonville State
DL Henry Famurewa, Louisville
DL Chris Palmer, California
DL Horace Roberts, Samford
DL Andrew Williams, Auburn
DL Malik Young, Fort Hays State
EDGE Deshon Cooper, Georgia Southern
EDGE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia
EDGE Anree Saint-Amour, Georgia Tech
EDGE D’Andre Walker, Georgia (source)
LB Bryson Allen-Williams, South Carolina (source)
LB Jeff Allison, Fresno State
LB Montavious Atkinson, Auburn
LB Ryan Guthrie, Syracuse
LB Pat Jasinski, Central Florida
LB Chase Middleton, Georgia State
LB Natrez Patrick, Georgia (source)
LB Quart’e Sapp, Tennessee
LB Michael Shaw, Georgia State
LB Kielan Whitner, Syracuse (source)
CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia (source)
CB Blace Brown, Troy
CB Dylan Hamilton, Alabama A&M
CB Jamal Odom, Tuskegee
CB Mandell Ray, Morehouse
CB Jerome Smith, Georgia State
CB Ken Webster, Mississippi (source)
S Micah Abernathy, Tennessee
S Cameron Glenn, Wake Forest
S Ridwan Issahaku, Texas Christian (source)
S Jalen Johnson, Georgia Tech
S Tre Neal, Nebraska
S Davanta Reynolds, N.C. Central (source)
S Travon Simmons, West Georgia (source)
K Cole Antley, Ouachita Baptist
P Ian Berryman, Western Carolina (source)
P A.J. Cole, N.C. State
LS Nick Moore, Georgia
LS Zach Roberts, Georgia Tech (source)

Pro Day Attendance

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

Alabama (source)
Arkansas State (source)
Boise State (source)
Boston College (source)
California (PA) (source)
Central Florida (source)
Central Michigan (source)
Chattanooga (source)
Clemson (source)
Colorado (source)
Colorado State
Columbia (source)
Delaware (source)
East Carolina (source)
Florida (source)
Georgia (source)
Georgia Southern (source)
Georgia State
Georgia Tech (source)
Grand Valley State (source)
Hawaii
Houston
Iowa State (source)
Kennesaw State
Kentucky (source)
Louisiana-Monroe (source)
LSU
Louisiana Tech
Maryland (source)
Memphis
Michigan
Michigan State (source)
Minnesota (source)
Mississippi (source)
Mississippi State (source)
Missouri (source)
Nebraska
Nevada
North Carolina A&T (source)
Northwestern (source)
Notre Dame (source)
Ohio State (source)
Oklahoma (source)
Oklahoma State
Penn State (source)
Rutgers
Southern California (source)
Temple (source)
Texas (source)
Texas A&M
Texas Christian
Toledo (source)
UC-Davis (source)
UNLV (source)
Utah State (source)
Virginia
Virginia Tech (source)
Washington State (source)
Weber State (source)
West Georgia (source)
West Virginia (source)
Western Michigan (source)

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