Joe Fortenbraugh of the National Football Post reports that the Falcons will meet with Georgia defensive end Justin Houston on March 25 a few days after his March 22 pro day in Athens. Defensive end is widely considered the Falcons top need and Houston has been projected as a potential pick for the Falcons in the first round.
You can read a scouting report on Houston by clicking here.
In other pro day news, the Falcons were among all 32 teams that showed up at the University of PIttsburgh’s pro day today. They were likely there to take a look at wideout Jon Baldwin, who is considered a potential target for the team in the latter part of the first round. Baldwin is big and long at 6-4/228 and ran a 4.50 40 at the Combine. He chose not to run a 40 at today’s pro day.
Click here to read a scouting report on Baldwin.
The Falcons were among a handful of teams that showed up at McNeese State’s pro day today. According to NFLDraftScout.com, their top rated prospect is tight end Corday Clark according to CBS Sports. He led them this past year with 30 receptions for 241 yards and a touchdown.
According to Geoff Mosher of the News Journal, the Falcons were among teams on hand at Delaware’s pro day today. The top rated prospect for the Blue Hens is quarterback Pat Devlin. Early reports indicate that Devlin struggled throwing at his pro day after a late arrival. Click here to read a scouting report on Devlin.
The Falcons also got a chance to get a look at safety Anthony Walters, who measured 6-0/204 at the pro day and ran a pair of 40 times of 4.50 and 4.58 seconds. He also measured a 36.5-inch vertical jump, 10-6 broad jump, and did 19 bench reps of 225 pounds. Walters pulled his hamstring during his second 40 run and is expected to work out at Villanova’s pro day tomorrow.