FalconsIn2012 Posted January 8, 2020 Share Posted January 8, 2020 16. ATLANTA FALCONS: GRANT DELPIT, DB (Photo: © Derick E. Hingle , USA TODAY Sports) The Falcons played much better on defense in the second half of the 2019 season, but Atlanta still needs plenty of help on that side of the ball. Although Delpit had a down year, he looks like a sure-fire first-rounder. 47. ATLANTA FALCONS - Jonathan Greenard, Edge The Gators most disruptive player was a force all year. Despite missing several weeks to high ankle sprain, Greenard led the SEC in tackles for loss (17), sacks (9 in 10 games) and QB Pressures (55). 55. ATLANTA FALCONS (VIA NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS): J.K. DOBBINS (Photo: Christian Petersen, Getty) Dobbins is a steal at the end of the 2nd. After Swift, he is the clear RB2. At 5’10, 220 lbs he possesses freakish athletic ability. Dobbins runs a 4.44 40-Yard Dash, a 4.09 20-Yard Shuttle and a ridiculous 43.1-inch Vertical Jump. This helped him rush for over 2,000 yards this year. 74. FALCONS SELECT - NEVILLE GALLIMORE, DT Height: 6-2. Weight: 301. Projected 40 Time: 5.50. 12/14/19: Gallimore has 27 tackles, four sacks and two forced fumbles on the year. Team sources say that Gallimore is an athletic tackle with great twitch. He is a penetrating disruptor who would fit best in a 4-3 as a three-technique who could also play some nose tackle. Many analysts compare him to current Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett. Boise Falcon Fan, kiwifalcon, falconsrus and 9 others 12 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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