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Who are your day 3 Targets? - Falcons

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We currently have 4 picks left

Round 4 - 30 (136)
Round 5 - 5 (149)
Round 5 - 12 (156)
Round 5 - 31 (174)

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  Who are your targets? 

Dorian Johnson, George Kittle, Jake Butt, Samaje Perine, Carl Lawson, Jaleel Johnson, Eddie Jackson, Jaylen Reeves Maybin and Des King
 
             
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Would like Kittle or Hodges or Leggett at TE.

Perine and Brian Hill interesting at RB.

Asiata, Johnson, and Julien Davenport at OL.

Would like to trade up 2 of our 5ths, get a 4th (giving us 2 forths) and take a couple of these guys that can push starters.

 

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Couple guys you mentioned: Love Carl Lawson and Eddie Jackson. Kittle and Butt would be nice TEs to pair with Hooper. With Atlanta's fourth rounder, I can almost guarantee they take Danny Isadora, Nico Siragusa or Isaac Asiata. There are some nice RBs left as well. Donnell Pumphrey and Joe Williams spring to mind. Also, I wouldn't be shocked if we used that last 5th rounder on Zane Gonzalez. 

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1 minute ago, Drunken Minotaur Zebra said:

Dorian Johnson

Samaje Perine 

Carl Lawson

Tim Williams (not happening)

 

Not happening cause he ain't available. He got picked by the ravens

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7 minutes ago, BIRDLAND 2.0 said:

Samaje in 4th. TE, Max Halpin C/G or Eddie Jackson in 5th. 

My guess is they are both gone in the third. The depth of the draft is diluting fast.

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7 minutes ago, BIRDLAND 2.0 said:

Who's he comparable to? 

Devin Funchess probably. Hes 6-6 257. 4.57 40 39in vert. Not the best pass blocker, has experience lining up as WR

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8 minutes ago, BIRDLAND 2.0 said:

Who's he comparable to? 

He's a weird comp.  6'6 250.  Converted QB.  Only a few years at TE.  4.55 speed.

So still a bit more of a WR than TE, and doesn't have the nuances of the position down.  He's the kind of guy we'd love to take on defense...so I wouldn't mind taking a guy like him on offense, and see if we can develop offense guys the same way as D guys.

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2 minutes ago, Knight of God said:

My guess is they are both gone in the third. The depth of the draft is diluting fast.

Snag Halpin in 4th.  I watched him on Lamp tape. Solid PB/RB and nimble at 6' 3" 295lbs. Get TE and RB in 5th. 

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Just now, BIRDLAND 2.0 said:

Snag Halpin in 4th.  I watched him on Lamp tape. Solid PB/RB and nimble at 6' 3" 295lbs. Get TE and RB in 5th. 

Halpin is projected way lower. Why take him in the 4th? We aren't hurting that bad at OG.

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1 minute ago, uga_falcons_braves said:

I say you take Isaac Asiata (G) @ 136, Jackson (FS) @ 149, then I would go for best avail RB @ 156 & cap it off with Chad Kelly (QB) @ 174 and call it a day!

I doubt most of them last to our 4th rounder

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4 minutes ago, takeitdown said:

He's a weird comp.  6'6 250.  Converted QB.  Only a few years at TE.  4.55 speed.

So still a bit more of a WR than TE, and doesn't have the nuances of the position down.  He's the kind of guy we'd love to take on defense...so I wouldn't mind taking a guy like him on offense, and see if we can develop offense guys the same way as D guys.

 

Arguably the freakiest athlete left in the draft.  

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