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Falcons pick 8th tomorrow in round#4.

I am not downing players for character or injury - just talent - the rankings below are mine personally - the numbers to far right are how Nolan Nawrocki ranks these players overall in his top 150:

G-Dawg Best Available (for day#3 - Rounds 4-7):

  1. La'el Collins, OG/OT-LSU (#29)*
  2. T.J. Clemmings, OT-Pittsburgh (#66)^
  3. Tre Jackson, OG-FSU (#53)
  4. Mike Bennett, DT-Ohio State(#69)
  5. Grady Jarrett, DT-Clemson (#144)
  6. Jay Ajayi, RB - Boise State (#38)^
  7. James Sample, SS - Louisville (#86)
  8. Rashad Greene, WR-FSU (#82)
  9. Justin Hardy, WR-E. Carolina (#111)
  10. Josue Mathias, OG-FSU(#101)
  11. DeAndre Smelter, WR-Ga. Tech (#97)^
  12. Darious Philon, DT-Arkansas (#108)
  13. Buck Allen, RB-USC (#78)
  14. Arie Kkouandjio, OG - Alabama (#143)
  15. Anthony Harris, FS/CB-WVA (#93)
  16. David Cobb, RB - Minnesota (#96)
  17. Tre McBride, WR - Will&Mary (#80)
  18. Ramik Wilson, ILB - Georgia (#114)
  19. Jake Ryan, ILB - Michigan (#76)
  20. Kwon Alexander, OLB - LSU (#145)

* = character concern

^ = injury concern

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Don't sleep on Kwon Alexander. That dude can play. He'll need some coaching though, but he is very very athletic (fastest LB at combine) and can stick and can cover well.

I know we don't need a WR that bad, but McBride and Greene are both two of my favorites.

I also want Nick O'Leary in a later round.

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Don't sleep on Kwon Alexander. That dude can play. He'll need some coaching though, but he is very very athletic (fastest LB at combine) and can stick and can cover well.

I know we don't need a WR that bad, but McBride and Greene are both two of my favorites.

I also want Nick O'Leary in a later round.

not sleepin' on him my friend - that is why he is in my top 20.

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My preference would look something like

Clemmings (I would be willing to red shirt him) I would draft him and take him straight to the best doctor and administer the anesthesia on the way.

Smelter (red shirt as well)

Ryan

Bell and Shepherd.

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Falcons pick 8th tomorrow in round#4.

I am not downing players for character or injury - just talent - the rankings below are mine personally - the numbers to far right are how Nolan Nawrocki ranks these players overall in his top 150:

G-Dawg Best Available (for day#3 - Rounds 4-7):

  1. La'el Collins, OG/OT-LSU (#29)#
  2. T.J. Clemmings, OT-Pittsburgh (#66)^
  3. Tre Jackson, OG-FSU (#53)
  4. Mike Bennett, DT-Ohio State(#69)
  5. Grady Jarrett, DT-Clemson (#144)
  6. Jay Ajayi, RB - Boise State (#38)^
  7. James Sample, SS - Louisville (#86)
  8. Rashad Greene, WR-FSU (#82)
  9. Justin Hardy, WR-E. Carolina (#111)
  10. Josue Mathias, OG-FSU(#101)
  11. DeAndre Smelter, WR-Ga. Tech (#97)^
  12. Darious Philon, DT-Arkansas (#108)
  13. Buck Allen, RB-USC (#78)
  14. Arie Kkouandjio, OG - Alabama (#143)
  15. Anthony Harris, FS/CB-WVA (#93)
  16. David Cobb, RB - Minnesota (#96)
  17. Tre McBride, WR - Will&Mary (#80)
  18. Ramik Wilson, ILB - Georgia (#114)
  19. Jake Ryan, ILB - Michigan (#76)
  20. Kwon Alexander, OLB - LSU (#145)

# = character concern

^ = injury concern

I have Mathais as my 4th rounder........

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I keep hearing ppl say Collins

Just remember where quinn came from

"Everybody would like to get longer, taller guys that run 4.4, but there are just not very many humans like that in the world," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "So it's rare when you find them, and then you have to develop the guys. You have to make those guys come to life in your coaching and how you adapt your style and your ability to fit it."

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My preference would look something like

Clemmings (I would be willing to red shirt him) I would draft him and take him straight to the best doctor and administer the anesthesia on the way.

Smelter (red shirt as well)

Ryan

Bell and Shepherd.

I think that would be an excellent idea. Between Smelter's injury and the Georgia Tech good, but junk offense, the world is sleeping on Smelter - he could be a beast - not as good as Calvin and Demaryius - but poor man's version of those two.

We can wait on Clemmings and Smelter. Draft and Stash.

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Yeah I said the same thing when people were getting on the Waller band wagon. Do not get me wrong I like Waller also but Smelter minus the injury was probably a 2nd rounder this year. In fact was he not only the better reciever he was a better and more willing blocker. Smelter could probably start working some in camp but I would not rush him.

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I think that would be an excellent idea. Between Smelter's injury and the Georgia Tech good, but junk offense, the world is sleeping on Smelter - he could be a beast - not as good as Calvin and Demaryius - but poor man's version of those two.

We can wait on Clemmings and Smelter. Draft and Stash.

Yes draft and stash. Roddy is getting older and Smelter should be a high volume WR in this offense, and next year we need to be ready because I think we will see some turn over on the Oline.

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