Atlanta Falcons 2014 Scouting Combine Stock Report

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Atlanta Falcons 2014 Scouting Combine Stock Report
Michael Conroy/Associated Press

The NFL's annual "Underwear Olympics", better known as the scouting combine, is now in the books. Hundreds of hopefuls were paraded, poked and prodded in an attempt to establish a draft hierarchy.  

For the 4-12 Atlanta Falcons, the chance to draft players who'll have an immediate impact is right in their hands as they hold the sixth selection in the draft.

There are a few schools of thought on how Atlanta should approach the draft: Trading up to ensure it selects the most hyped defensive player in the draft in Jadeveon Clowney (South Carolina), staying the course and letting a potential franchise pick fall in its lap or even trading back in an effort to accumulate more picks.

In a draft as deep as this one, it almost makes little sense to give up anything to acquire a player that might not out-produce his peers. But from a business standpoint, doing so would set the city ablaze—from a fan fervor standpoint. 

The Falcons' options are plentiful and so is the talent. Let's delve into who stood out in both a positive, and not so positive, way.   

Note: All combine statistics were retrieved from 

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