2013 NFL Draft: Full Atlanta Falcons Mock Draft With First-Round Trade Scenario

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2013 NFL Draft: Full Atlanta Falcons Mock Draft With First-Round Trade Scenario
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A year after waiting patiently to draft Peter Konz in the second round, Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff is primed to make some noise during the opening round of the 2013 NFL draft.

Atlanta enters the draft with perceived needs at cornerback, defensive end, outside linebacker and tight end. 

Florida State cornerback Xavier Rhodes, Washington CB Desmond Trufant, Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree and Stanford tight end Zach Ertz are rumored (via D. Orlando Ledbetter of ajc.com) to be at the top of Atlanta's draft board, but each of them could be gone by the time Roger Goodell puts the Falcons on the clock at the back end of the first round.

Which position will the Falcons choose to address first?  How might a first-round trade scenario involving one of these players impact Atlanta's draft?

This mock will examine the implications of one possible trade scenario that could play out Thursday night if the Falcons decide to target Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree in the first round.

Let's begin.

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