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  1. MATT GONO PLAN: Before we go any further, let's acknowledge that the Falcons may decide to move Matt Gono to LG. It's a huge possibility. They've put him through the Plan D system, which is built to grow below average athletes into starters. Gono is 23 and was earning first team snaps this offseason. Right now, he's too light to play IOL for the Falcons' scheme, but there's really no room for him at the tackle position, barring a plummet in either Kaleb McGary or Jake Matthews. If Gono is the plan at LG, he'd need to add like 20 pounds. MICHIGAN LG BEN BREDESON I really like this guy. Michigan is a zone heavy team. Really smart football player. He's 6'5", 325. Incredible size at guard. Ideal Falcons IOL build. (James Carpenter is 6'5", 321). His athleticism at his size is absurd. See the Tweet below: The way he can move laterally is crazy. Read this scouting report from TDN: "Experienced (33 starts) guard who was named team captain ahead of the 2019 season after consecutive all-conference selections. Prototypical size for an NFL guard at 6’5 and 320 pounds. Operates in both the run and pass game with a sound, clean base. Outstanding blocker in zone schemes, clearing space past the line of scrimmage and mauling through his track. Plays with a nasty streak, bringing particular violence to the end of his pulls. That mean streak translates to his pass protection as well, as he will look to reset the balance of defensive lineman with constant, active hand fighting. Finishes blocks at a strong rate." Just a guy to keep an eye on. He's a fit.