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(9): Sam Baker, Justin Blalock, Peter Konz, Mike Johnson, Lamar Holmes, Garrett Reynolds, Joe Hawley, Jacques McClendon, Ryan Schraeder
Sam Baker and Justin Blalock will go into their sixth year together as a left tackle and left guard pairing. They are the peanut butter and jelly of the left side of the line.
Peter Konz should win the job as the starting center. He was a huge talent at Wisconsin, and the second-year player has the ability to be the Falcons' starter at a high level for the next decade.
Mike Johnson winning a starting job is about two years too late. He should win the right guard job if he loses the right tackle job to Holmes.
Lamar Holmes should easily win the right tackle job. He's a much better athlete than Johnson is, and his technique should be much improved from last year.
Garrett Reynolds, Joe Hawley and Jacques McClendon can all be solid backups at multiple spots along the offensive line. Reynolds is more of a guard and tackle, while Hawley and McClendon can both play guard and center.
Ryan Schraeder is a left tackle backup, through and through. He's an above-average athlete, but his real prowess comes from a technical standpoint.