2016 Falcons Draft Tracker



1st Round: SS Keanu Neal!

College Stats:Amassed 134 tackles, 4 INTs and 2 forced fumbles in his three-year career at Florida.

2nd Round: LB Deion Jones!

College Stats:Started his senior season, when he became permanent team captain and defensive MVP after leading the team with 100 tackles and 13.5 tackles for loss. He also had five sacks, two interceptions, and three pass breakups.

3rd Round: TE Austin Hooper!

College Stats:In just two seasons at Stanford, Hooper tallied 8 career touchdowns and helped his team win a conference championship garnering several honors (Mackey Award finalist, third-team AP All-American, first-team All-Pac-12).

4th Round: LB De'Vondre Campbell!

College Stats:After a solid sophomore (three starts in 13 games played, 41 tackles, three for loss) season for the Gophers, he earned a starting role as a junior (75 tackles, 6.5 for loss, 2.5 sacks). Campbell lived up to his billing in 2015, named by Big Ten coaches and media honorable mention all-conference as he made 92 tackles, 6.5 for loss, and a team-high four sacks.

6th Round: G Wes Schweitzer!

College Stats: At San Jose State in his fifth season with the Spartans... Two-year returning starter at left tackle... 31 games played with 25 starting assignments heading into 2015... Has the most starting calls of any Spartan on the offensive side of the ball... Has experience playing left and right tackle... Honored in 2012 and 2015 on National Student-Athlete Day by the National Consortium for Academics & Sports... A three-time academic all-conference award winner.

7th Round: WR Devin Fuller!

College Stats:He played nine games in 2012, starting two in spite of his inexperience as a receiver, catching 20 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns. With a year under his belt, Fuller earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors in 2013 (43-471, four TD) and was second on the team with 59 receptions (447 yards, one TD) in 2014. Although Fuller started only seven games as a senior, missing games with head and ankle injuries, he returned kicks (24.2-yard average) and punts (12 for 141 yards) in addition to making plays on offense (24-259, three TD).

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