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Yes, the Falcons took a quarterback in the 2013 draft. And yes, Logan Thomas has been very underwhelming as the starter in Blacksburg the past two seasons. However, if the Falcons want someone who could develop into a good long-term backup for Matt Ryan, he has the tools to do it.
He has a good arm, great size and excellent mobility. While he shouldn't be expected to step in and connect with the receivers right away, there's no question that he could potentially develop into a long-term star at the position with the proper coaching and scheme.
2013: 13 games played, 228-of-403 (56.6 percent), 2,909 yards, 16 touchdowns, 13 interceptions, 162 carries, 344 yards, four touchdowns, one catch, nine yards
2012: 13 games played, 220-of-429 (51.3 percent), 2,976 yards, 18 touchdowns, 16 interceptions, 173 carries, 527 yards, nine touchdowns, one tackle
2011: 14 games played, 234-of-391 (59.8 percent), 3,013 yards, 19 touchdowns, 10 interceptions, 153 carries, 469 yards, 11 touchdowns, four tackles
2010: Seven games played, 12-of-26 (46.2 percent), 107 yards, six carries, 22 yards, one catch, two yards, one touchdown