2015 NFL Draft Grades: NFC South

4 of 5

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Atlanta Falcons

In my opinion, the Atlanta Falcons had one of the better NFL Draft hauls of all 32 teams last weekend. In round one they secured prolific edge rusher, Vic Beasley out of Clemson University. Beasley is expected to be a terrific fit in Dan Quinn’s LEO defense, especially when it’s time to get after the opposing quarterback.

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Also joining Beasley in Atlanta is former collegiate teammate, Grady Jackson. Jackson was considered a late second round to early third round pick by most, yet the Falcons were able to pick him up in round five!

The Falcons also snagged two great skill positions prospects in Indiana running back, Tevin Coleman and slot receiver Justin Hardy, who could prove a quality replacement for free agent defection Harry Douglas.

Former LSU corner Jalen Collins also joined the team in the second round, and could benefit more than any of the prospects mentioned before him when it comes to learning under new head coach and defensive guru, Dan Quinn.

Grade: A-

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