The Falcons could use some help in the trenches, and Larry Wolford would provide exactly that.
The Atlanta Falcons are still going strong, getting ready for the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Divisional round.
However, Matthew Fairburn of SB Nation has the Falcons drafting 30th overall this upcoming April in his NFL mock draft, and he has them selecting Larry Wolford of the Kentucky Wildcats,
Wolford is a hulking guard, ranked second at his position by most following the Alabama Crimson Tide's Chance Warmack.
The Wildcat tips the scales at 343 pounds, providing the type of beef Atlanta could use up front to protect Matt Ryan and create running lanes.
Over at Drafttek.com, they have Atlanta drafting 31st and taking some backfield help with running back Giovani Bernard of North Carolina.
Rob Rang and Dane Brugler of CBSSports.com slot Atlanta as Super Bowl champs but go with different selections. Rang picks defensive end Sam Montgomery for the Falcons while Brugler goes with a tight end, Zach Ertz out of Stanford.