Atlanta Falcons 2019 Mock Draft Tracker

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Editor's note: The Atlanta Falcons Mock Draft Tracker is an aggregation of reputable mock drafts throughout the country showing who the experts predict the Falcons will pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The tracker has been updated to reflect all mock drafts published through April 11 and will be updated every week.

It's officially April and the NFL Draft is a week away, meaning it's an exciting time to keep up with mock drafts. Fortunately, the Falcons Mock Draft Tracker has you covered.

As we get closer to the NFL Draft, our tracker will be updated each week to show who experts across the country think the Falcons could select with their No. 14 pick.

Washington State Cougars offensive lineman Andre Dillard (60) in the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, in Boulder, Colo. Washington State won 31-7. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

EXPERT: Matt Tabeek - Falcons digital managing editor

PICK: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 17

TABEEK'S ANALYSIS: "The Falcons must protect Matt Ryan better, who was sacked 42 times in 2018. If they can give Matty Ice time in the pocket, he’ll pick defenses apart and the Falcons offense will be very tough to stop. That’s why taking the 6-foot-5, 315-pound Dillard is a no-brainer here. The four-year starter has excellent feet (fast and fluid) and is considered to be the best pass-blocking tackle in this draft class." To see all of Tabeek's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Mel Kiper - ESPN football analyst

PICK: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 18

KIPER'S ANALYSIS: "I'm running to the podium if I'm the GM of the Falcons and Wilkins is still available. He could be a steal." To see all of Kiper's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Todd McShay - ESPN senior writer

PICK: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 9

McSHAY'S ANALYSIS: "Wilkins is the best player on the board and makes sense for the Falcons with Grady Jarrett on the franchise tag in 2019. He has good range for a 315-pounder and displays a high motor as a pass-rusher." To see all of McShay's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Chad Reuter - NFL.com draft analyst

PICK: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: March 28

REUTER'S ANALYSIS: "Wilkins is an agile and mobile tackle. He and Grady Jarrett will be a fine interior defensive line duo for the Falcons." To see all of Reuter's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Charley Casserly - NFL.com media analyst

PICK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 9

CASSERLY'S ANALYSIS: "Pass-rushing defensive tackles are a major priority for the Falcons." To see all of Casserly's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Maurice Jones-Drew - NFL.com analyst

PICK: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: Feb. 12

JONES-DREW'S ANALYSIS: "With the (potential) loss of free agent Grady Jarrett, Dan Quinn adds the best interior lineman in the draft." To see all of Jones-Drew's latest mock draft, click here.

PREVIOUS JONES-DREW PICKS:

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EXPERT: Lance Zierlein - NFL Media draft analyst

PICK: Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: March 21

ZIERLEIN'S ANALYSIS: "Gary's combination of height, weight and speed is top-five caliber, but he may be too raw to go that early. The Falcons have a need on the edge, and it would be very difficult to pass on a player with such a high ceiling at a priority position." To see all of Zierlein's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Bucky Brooks - NFL.com analyst

PICK: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: March 19

BROOKS' ANALYSIS: "The Falcons could use an upgrade at right tackle to solidify an offense that's regressed a bit since ranking No. 1 in points per game in 2016. Williams is a technician with the feet and hand skills to play right or left tackle as a pro." To see all of Brooks' latest mock draft, click here.

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FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2018, file photo, LSU cornerback Greedy Williams (29) celebrates his interception with safety Grant Delpit (9) and cornerback Kristian Fulton (22) in the second half of an NCAA college football game against Southeastern Louisiana, in Baton Rouge, La. Cornerback Greedy Williams could go head-to-head with wide receiver A.J. Brown when LSU and Mississippi meet on Saturday, Sept. 29. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

EXPERT: Daniel Jeremiah - NFL Media analyst

PICK: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 16

JEREMIAH'S ANALYSIS: "The Falcons need an upgrade in their secondary. Williams offers an intriguing mix of size and playmaking ability." To see all of Jeremiah's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Peter Schrager - "Good Morning Football" Host

PICK: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: March 26

SCHRAGER'S ANALYSIS: "The Falcons' roster was ravaged by injuries a season ago, and they still put up big offensive numbers. GM Thomas Dimitroff has gone to the Alabama well before and struck gold with receivers Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley. In Williams, the Falcons are getting a gamer who can play tackle (though he does not have the ideal build for it) or guard." To see all of Schrager's latest mock draft, click here.

PREVIOUS SCHRAGER PICKS:

EXPERT: Ryan Wilson - CBS Sports writer

PICK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 17

WILSON'S ANALYSIS: "Oliver is a top-five talent but he's been out of sight, out of mind since early in the college football season. It's not his fault, but other players have flashed in the meantime and that allows the Falcons to land Oliver, who will be a 3-technique terror in the NFL." To see all of Wilson's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Chris Trapasso - CBS Sports writer

PICK: Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 11

TRAPASSO'S ANALYSIS: "Big hole at right tackle for the Falcons right now. Williams is a similar player to Jake Matthews." To see all of Trapasso's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: R.J. White - CBS Sports writer

PICK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 9

WHITE'S ANALYSIS: "Mock trade: Falcons get No. 8 for No. 14, 79, 117. Lions GM Bob Quinn proclaimed the Lions open for business when it comes to making draft pick trades, and that's music to the Falcons' ears, as they package third- and fourth-round picks to get up to No. 8 and land the absurdly talented Ed Oliver to join Grady Jarrett on the defensive line as versatile pass-rush forces. Oliver might not be the biggest guy to ever play defensive tackle, but he's one of the quickest off the ball and proved his athletic ability at his jaw-dropping pro day." To see all of White's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Pete Prisco - CBS Sports senior writer

PICK: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 8

PRISCO'S ANALYSIS: "They have a problem next to Grady Jarrett, so why not take a player from the same school to fill it?" To see all of Prisco's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Will Brinson - CBS Sports senior writer

PICK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 15

BRINSON'S ANALYSIS: "This feels like a total layup if it actually ends up being possible." To see all of Brinson's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Jared Dubin - CBS Sports writer

PICK: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: April 10

DUBIN'S ANALYSIS: "The Falcons not only move down the board and pick up draft value, they still fill a position of need with one of the better interior defensive linemen in the draft." To see all of Dubin's latest mock draft, click here.

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EXPERT: Jon Ledyard - The Draft Network

PICK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

LAST MOCK PUBLISHED: Feb. 25

LEDYARD'S ANALYSIS: "Same pick that everyone makes for the Falcons? Sure, but tell me Oliver won’t be the perfect fit for Atlanta? I believe they will be one of a handful of NFL teams with a Round 1 grade on Oliver, making his most likely landing spot anywhere from 14-26. His penetrating style will be perfect for Atlanta, but developing a pass rush plan should be a priority for Oliver’s rookie season." To see all of Ledyard's latest mock draft, click here.

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