Shaq Lawson - SB Nation
Scouting Report: Formerly teammates with Vic Beasley, Jr. and Grady Jarrett, Lawson is one of the top defensive ends in the 2016 draft class. It's hard to argue with his stats: The consensus All-American earned 22.5 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks and a forced fumble in 14 games as a junior. A bulky athlete for someone who lines up outside, Lawson uses his impressive strength to bully offensive tackles and can frequently handle double-teams.
**Reggie Ragland - Bleacher Report**
Scouting Report:With a high football IQ, a unique ability to shed blocks and good coverage skills, Ragland projects to be a solid inside linebacker at the NFL level. He thrives against the run, too, and has the kind of closing speed needed to track down pro RBs. Ragland was named the SEC's Defensive Player of the Year and a First-Team All-American thanks to his 97 tackles (56 solo), 6.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.
**Jonathan Allen - Walter Football**
Scouting Report:Capable of playing DE and DT, Allen has the kind of versatility and pass-rushing ability to be a force in the NFL. As a senior he led the Crimson Tide with 12 sacks to go along with 14.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and four pass deflections. He has great length at 6-foot-3, and at roughly 290 pounds, he should be able to match up with pro O-linemen in terms of physicality.
**Jonathan Bullard - My NFL Draft**
Scouting Report: A versatile defensive lineman who played inside and outside at Florida, Bullard has the blend of size and natural athleticism that stands out on tape. He does a good job setting the edge against the run and has the kind of explosiveness needed to disrupt opposing quarterbacks. Named to the All-SEC first team, he led the Gators in tackles for loss (17.5) and sacks (6.5) in 2015.
**Corey Coleman - Union-Tribune**
Scouting Report: Julio Jones is arguably the best receiver in the world, but that doesn't mean the Falcons wouldn't benefit from adding Coleman: a premier deep threat who may be the best wide out in this year's class. Although he's only 5-foot-10, the Baylor standout is incredibly athletic and caught 20 touchdown passes in 2015 on just 74 catches. Coleman has the makings of a star, and if he's lined up with a Pro Bowl WR, he should be able to make a big impact as a rookie.