1) Ray Edwards, DE Purdue, 6'6" 270lbs., 4.71 40yd dash - the kind of big, physical pass rusher the Falcons are in dire need of. With his size & speed, he has the potential to become a Bruse Smith type of DE that can dominate.
2) Marcus Maxey, CB Miami, 6'2" 195lbs., 4.25 40yd dash - the perfect compliment for D.Hall. He would match up very well against the Reggie Wayne type of receiver you see a lot in the NFL.
3) Pat Watkins, S Florida State, 6'4&1/2" 204lbs., 4.47 40yd dash - the perfect bland of size & speed to be a big time centerfielder who can lay the wood. He would provide excellent over the top help against the Plaxico Burress'es of the NFL, and provides an imposing figure to anyone thinking of going over the middle. Has the ability to cover premier TE's in man coverage.
4) Troy Reddick, G Auburn, 6'5" 335lbs., no 40 time listed - Troy has made a few backs into all SEC performers along with the rest of the Auburn line. He has great size and is a local product, hailing from Albany, GA. Continually grades well & has multiple pancake blocks in most games that he's started, but falls in the draft due to being a Guard playing on the same team as a top 20 Tackle prospect.
5) Pat Massey, DT Michigan, 6'8" 285lbs, no 40 - With tremendous size & range, all that is lacking is girth & strength. He could be moved to DE or get bigger & stay in the middle, but he has the right attitude & his size is something you can't teach.
6) Ryan Cook, C New Mexico, 6'7 320lbs, no 40 - Again, another massive lineman to help fill out our undersized line. He could easily be a Guard with his size, should we sign a C in FA (*cough LeCharles Bentley cough*).
7) LeVonne Rowan, CB Wisconsin, 6'1" 191lbs., 4.41 40yd dash - good size & speed would make for an excellent nickel back or, possibly, threaten for Scott's starting job as time rolled on; but for the meantime he is an excellent special teams player with a good upside when he enters the NFL.