The Falcons have selected their first offensive player in the 2017 NFL draft as they selected guard Sean Harlow out of Oregon State.
In just nine starts for the Beavers in 2016, Harlow surrendered just one sack and one quarterback hit.
Harlow possesses the versatility the Falcons like, practicing at every position along the offensive line during his time at Orgeon State in 2014.
Known for his physicality in the run game, Harlow fits the trait the Falcons require from their offensive linemen.
Atlanta has an opening in their lineup at right guard, Harlow will compete with Wes Schweitzer and Ben Garland for that spot.
Harlow's father, Pat, was an All-American offensive tackle, Pac-10 Morris Trophy recipient and four-year letterman at USC (1987-90) – was the No. 11 overall selection in the 1991 NFL Draft by New England and played for the Patriots (1991-95) and Oakland Raiders (1996-98).