Pros: Has nice size and athleticism.
Cons: Lacks quickness coming off the edge.
Overview: In the lone game I saw of Michigan this year, Jamison had very little impact. I didn't see much burst or strength to indicate he had a bright NFL future. Was somewhat productive at Michigan, having at least 5 sacks in each of his last three years.
NFL Forecast: He might be worth developing as a future left defensive end that could help a rotation. But he's one of those players that I don't see sticking very long in the NFL. If he could get stronger, might be able to be worked into a decent run-stopping end, but will never be an impact pass rusher.
ATL Forecast: Probably wouldn't work well in Atlanta. Might push Anderson for his roster spot, but doubtful he would unseat him, since the Falcons are looking probably more for speed than size at this position. As a Falcon, he could be a decent 20-snap rotation player and backup left end, but would have hardly enough impact to stick on the team long-term.
Value: Don't draft him, he just lacks upside.
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