Locals who worked out for the Falcons today


Here’s the official list of players who worked out for the Falcons at their locals day.

The rain forced the workings to be moved inside.

Here’s the list:

QB Holman, Justin; Central Florida

QB Schuessler, Nick; Clemson

QB Sloter, Kyle; Northern Colorado

WR Autry, Anthony; Texas A&M-Kingsville

WR/RS Davis, Reggie; Georgia

WR Davis, Robert; Georgia State

WR Mackenzie, Isaiah; Georgia

WR Reid, Jordan; Ohio

WR Scantling, Garrett; Georgia

WR Williams, Jalen; Massachusetts

TE Burns, Barrett; Appalachian State

TE Croom, Jason; Tennessee

TB Cox, Marcus; Appalachian State

TB Craine, Derrick; Tennessee-Chattanooga

TB Morris, George; Syracuse

TB Thomas, Justin; Georgia Tech

TB Williams, Boom; Kentucky

TB Willis, Myles; Boston College

OG Levin, Corey; Tennessee-Chattanooga

OG Pyke, Greg; Georgia

OT Catalina, Tyler; Georgia

OT Covington, Jamal; UNC-Charlotte

OT Gadbois, Taylor; Southeastern Louisiana

OT Garcia, Tony; Troy

OT Greene, Brandon; Alabama

OT Smith, Eric; Virginia

OLB English, Darius; South Carolina

OLB Everett, Andrew; Georgia State

OLB Jones, J’terius; Miami-Ohio

OLB Watson, Ryan; Air Force

DE Bart, Mikey; North Carolina

DE Hale, Chris; Middle Tennessee St.

DE Kallon, Francis; Georgia Tech

DE Lawrence, Shawayne; Georgia State

DE Rochell, Isaac; Notre Dame

DT Griffin, Kelsey; South Carolina

DT Tomlinson, Dalvin; Alabama

ILB/FB Davis, P.J.; Georgia Tech

ILB Holloman, T.J.; South Carolina

FS Hester, Martez; Ball State

FS Mauger, Quincy; Georgia

SS Elder, Chaz; South Carolina

SS Gray, Alex; Appalachian State

SS Payne, Donald; Stetson

SS Taylor, Aaron; Ball State

SS Tyler, Jeremy; West Virginia

CB Baker, Bobby; Georgia State

CB Blackmon, Dante; Kennesaw State

CB Buchanan Jr., Ray; Northern Iowa

CB Jones, Jay; Iowa State

CB Smith, Maurice; Georgia



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