2020 NFL Draft: The top remaining prospects for the Falcons on Day 3

After addressing a pair of needs on Day 2 by selecting former Auburn pass rusher Marlon Davidson and former Temple center Matt Hennessy, the Falcons have three picks remaining to address any other needs.

Atlanta currently has two fourth-round picks (No. 119 and No. 134) and one pick in the seventh round (No. 228). Falcons general manager said there were still several players they are interested in at a number of positions still on the board, and the team likes where it stands in the fourth round. Presumably, the biggest remaining need for the team is at linebacker, but the Falcons have plenty of flexibility within this draft.


With that in mind, here are some of the top remaining prospects that remain on the board.

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Jake FrommQuarterbackGeorgia
Saahdiq CharlesOffensive tackleLSU
Jacob EasonQuarterbackWashington
Harrison BryantTight endFlorida Atlantic
Bradlee AnaeEdgeUtah
Curtis WeaverEdgeBoise State
Amik RobertsonCornerbackLouisiana Tech
La'Mical PerineRunning backFlorida
Trey AdamsOffensive tackleWashington
Troy DyeLinebackerOregon
Antonio Gandy-GoldenWide receiverLiberty
Akeem Davis-GaitherLinebackerAppalachian State
Hunter BryantTight endWashington
Bryce HallCornerbackVirginia
Curtis WeaverDefensive endBoise State
Tyler BiadaszCenterWashington
Prince Tega WanoghoOffensive tackleAuburn
Albert OkwuegbunomTight endMissouri
K.J. HillWide receiverOhio State
James LynchDefensive endBaylor
Troy Pride Jr.CornerbackNotre Dame
Jason StrowbridgeDefensive tackleNorth Carolina
Collin JohnsonWide receiverTexas
Lavert HillCornerbackMichigan
Colton McKivitzOffensive tackleWest Virginia
Keith IsmaelCenterSan Diego State
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