Round 2, Pick 37: DE/OLB Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech
Atlanta needs the ideal pass-rusher for Mike Nolan's scheme. While I personally love Attaochu, he's looked at as a developmental prospect by a lot of analysts. The 21-year-old from Georgia Tech embodies everything in the Comrade Filter for the Falcons.
Attaochu would be able to sit behind Umenyiora and Biermann in the 2014 season and develop his skills. After that season, he could turn into one of the best pass-rushers in the league across from Massaquoi in the Falcons' scheme.
Round 3, Pick 68: TE Troy Niklas, Notre Dame
Niklas would be a perfect fit for the Falcons' need at tight end. He can line up anywhere, and his strength is as a blocker. Off the field, he moved from linebacker to tight end because it would help the team the most and was a leader for the Fighting Irish.
Round 4, Pick 103: RB Lache Seastrunk, Baylor
With Jackson getting up there in age and Snelling retiring, the Falcons could use a potential long-term starter. Lache Seastrunk is a home run hitter who could end up being the long-term solution as a change-of-pace back.
Round 4, Pick 139: NT Daniel McCullers, Tennessee
Bringing in someone to spell new Falcons nose tackle Paul Soliai would be wise since he won't be able to play all 1,000 snaps in a season. Big nose tackles never are. Daniel McCullers is a big body who isn't the most technical, but he is similar to Soliai in a lot of ways as a tall, oversized nose tackle.
Round 5, Pick 147: S Daniel Sorensen, BYU
This is one of the draft sleepers. Daniel Sorensen could be an instant starter and upgrade over Thomas DeCoud's lack of 2013 production. Sorensen has great athleticism and was one of their captains over Kyle Van Noy in 2013.
Round 6, Pick 182: LB Boseko Lokombo, Oregon
Atlanta could always use more depth at linebacker. Boseko Lokombo can play anywhere inside or outside for the Falcons in either the 3-4 or the 4-3 scheme. He'll likely never be anything more than depth or special teams for Atlanta, but that's all it needs.
Round 7, Pick 220: FB Chad Abram, Florida State
It's probably never the best idea to draft a fullback. However, Chad Abram is a great fullback and would be an instant starter for Atlanta. He could be the lead blocker the Falcons wanted when they drafted Bradie Ewing back in 2012.
Round 7, Pick 253: WR Cody Hoffman, BYU
Cody Hoffman may not be the ideal fit off the field with some issues there. He is a good fit on the field though, as he can play both outside and in the slot. The Falcons would be able to bring him along slowly and let him develop before throwing him to the wolves.
Round 7, Pick 255: QB Connor Shaw, South Carolina
Atlanta could really use an improvement at backup quarterback. Dominique Davis and Sean Renfree don't strike fear into anyone. Connor Shaw was always underrated at South Carolina and is from Flowery Branch. Bringing in the hometown guy would be wise.
All stats used are either from Pro Football Focus' Premium Stats (subscription required), ESPN, CFBStats or the NFL. All combine and pro day info is courtesy NFL Draft Scout. All contract information is courtesy of Spotrac and Rotoworld.
Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He covers the Atlanta Falcons, College Football, NFL and the NFL draft. He also runs DraftFalcons.com.