The Atlanta Falcons came out of the first two days of the draft with their cornerback situation resolved.
Between first-round pick Desmond Trufant and second-round pick Robert Alford, the Falcons have brought in a starting-caliber corner and a return specialist who will compete for time as a nickelback and reserve, respectively.
Now the fun truly begins with the talent that is left on the board.
While names like Jesse Williams, Alex Okafor and Khaseem Greene seem like they are the most likely picks if they make it to Atlanta, they should all be gone before the Falcons' make their first selections in the fourth round on Saturday.
When looking at what Atlanta will address with the next couple of picks, it makes sense to see where they have the biggest needs. Their secondary looks very deep with Alford and Trufant already in the mix to team with Asante Samuel, Thomas DeCoud, William Moore and Robert McClain.
The defensive front seven could use some talent though at linebacker, defensive end and defensive tackle. The Falcons could also use some more depth at tight end, running back and wide receiver. It wouldn't surprise anyone to see an offensive lineman added either.
Let's check out one of the many scenarios that Atlanta could have in the final day of the draft: