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Charlie Campbell has us at 32

1st round:

Atlanta Falcons: Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU

The Falcons need to find an edge-rusher to replace John Abraham.

Many are raving about the potential of the 6-foot-6, 270-pound Ansah. The senior totaled 62 tackles, 13 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks, nine passes broken up, one forced fumble and one interception in 2012. He has exploded this after recording a grand total of only 10 tackles as a junior and sophomore.

There is no doubt that Ansah has a great combination of size, speed, strength and athletic ability. He could be this year's version of Chandler Jones or Jason Pierre-Paul. Both those players had little college production, but are great athletes who flew up draft boards.

2nd round:

Atlanta Falcons: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama

Atlanta finds its replacement for Michael Turner.

Lacy is in the mold of recent Alabama running backs. Under head coach Nick Saban, they've been led by ball-carriers who have a combination of size, quickness and power. Lacy (6-0, 220) is more like Mark Ingram rather than Trent Richardson. However, Lacy has more elusiveness than Ingram as Lacy has a nice spin move that he uses often to breakaway from defenders.

Entering the National Championship Game, Lacy has totaled 1,182 yards (6.4 average) and 16 touchdowns on only 184 carries this year. He has been the power runner for Alabama, but has lost carries to standout freshman T.J. Yeldon. Lacy has caught 20 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown, too. He had a massive performance against Georgia (20-181) in the SEC Championship.

Lacy was the backup in 2011 to star back Richardson. However, when the sophomore received carries, he made the most of them running for 631 yards on 84 carries with seven touchdowns.

3rd round:

Atlanta Falcons: Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State

The Falcons go with the best player available and some young talent for the interior of their defensive line.

Hill totaled 64 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss, one interception, 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble this year. He is a fast gap-shooter who can pressure the quarterback, but is tough and holds his ground well in run defense. Hill (6-1, 292) used his final game to show NFL teams that he is worthy of a second-day pick. He dominated Wisconsin to finish off a strong senior season.

Hill totaled 59 tackles with eight tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble in 2011 playing next to Devon Still.

I like it. Could be better if we draft a corner to replace Daunte or Ausante later in the future.

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I want us to draft Marcus Lattimore from South Carolina. Yes its a risk seeing that he has had two major injuries in his collegiate career. However with that being said he runs with a style that not a lot of back run with anymore. He falls forward, likes contact and he's a great person off the field. I mean look at Frank Gore and Willis Mcgehee.. Just hopeful thinking.. who knows..

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Eifert will be drafted between 15 -20.

The TE has evolved and Gonzalez has made that

very clear to the NFL this year, and there are a bunch of

teams that need a Quality TE.

Unless your GM is Al Davis, you draft the position that you need the most.

The Rams: Why not give Bradford the best TE in this years Draft?

Their current TE, has really bad numbers this year.

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Was about to be thrilled then...JORDAN HILL??? Huh? Where is the NT?

Jordan Hill is not that bad, but we don't need another UT type player. We have several DTs better than him. We do need a NT if anything, but mainly another DE, OG, RB, and TE if Gonzo leaves. Possibly CB and LB. I would also like another WR, one that can get rid of Franks and over take his duties.
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Jordan Hill is not that bad, but we don't need another UT type player. We have several DTs better than him. We do need a NT if anything, but mainly another DE, OG, RB, and TE if Gonzo leaves. Possibly CB and LB. I would also like another WR, one that can get rid of Franks and over take his duties.

Didn't say he was bad. Said we don't need that TYPE of DT.

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