With Stovall running something like a 4.6 at the Combine in the 40, his stock slipped a bit. He was a guy that was fast rising up the WR boards in the 2 months following the end of the college year due to his size, hands, and route-running abilities. Now, he's unlikely to land in Round 1. But if that's the case, he seems like the perfect fit for Atlanta. He has size, hands, toughness, and guess what? He blocks very well. All the makings of a good Falcon wideout in the eyes of Mora, McKay, and Knapp.
I would not at all be surprised if the Falcons took him in Round 2 if he was available. Although it's not a major need now that Finneran is locked up, McKay hasn't exactly been a guy that adhered strictly to the biggest needs on the first day of the draft the past two years.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.