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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Apr22: #Atlanta #Falcons Twitter Mock Draft- Falcon's Selections, Jamar Taylor, Damontre Moore, David Quessenberry

#Atlanta #Falcons Twitter Mock Draft- Falcon's Selections, Jamar Taylor, Damontre Moore, David Quessenberry
Apr 24th 2013, 13:48

Eric Bendig ‏@ScoutingBlitz10m Live Twitter Mock Draft- Falcon's Selections Through Round 4 http://wp.me/p35Xq3-bb  Followed by LatinoTimes Sports 0 We are complete four rounds on the 365SportsReport.com Live Twitter NFL Mock Draft. As the acting general manager of the Atlanta Falcons, I had five picks in the first four rounds. One pick in the fourth round was a compensatory pick. Round 1, Pick 30- CB Jamar Taylor, Boise State The Falcons are in desperate need of corner help with the lose of Brent grimes and Dunta Robinson in free agency. The team also lost Chris Owens who added good depth to the group. Taylor is an extremely athletic prospect who has good press man skills and will challenge receivers  He could start immediately. Biggest knock on Taylor is that he did not play against elite competition and he may struggle with the learning curve. Round 2, Pick 60- DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M This was a need/value pick. The Falcons signed Osi Umeniyora and have some good depth, but they need a young pass rusher. Moore's stock has fallen farther than anyone in this draft, but the Falcons get good value here. He can be a situational pass rusher and ease himself into a starting role. David Quessenberry of San Jose State Round 3,  Pick 92- OL David Quessenberry, San Jose State The team cut Tyson Clabo and Todd McClure retired leaving big holes along the depth of the offensive line. Quessenberry came on strong with a great Senior Bowl and Combine and showed he has the versatility to play almost every position on the OL. That type of value is hard to find and the Falcons could have a potential starter at right tackle or guard when it is all said and done. Round 4, Pick 127- OLB Devonte Holloman, South Carolina Falcon's line backing core is not bad at the starter positions  but it is the depth that...

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