5. Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons come in as one of the more interesting teams in the top 10 of the upcoming first round, as many have debated which way the team will go. While many of the franchises in front and behind them have clear needs they’ll look to address, Atlanta could find itself going in a number of different directions with needed help at nearly every position group on defense. The signing of Calais Campbell gives the team a shorter term fix along their defensive line but the Falcons are in clear need of any and all young defensive playmakers. Landing arguably the top player in the draft would give new defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen and his staff just the kind of player that could jumpstart a defense.