3. Torrey Smith, Maryland, 6-1, 205: He visited the Falcons earlier this month and is on the team’s radar screen for the 27th pick. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.41 seconds and has a 41-inch vertical jump.
4. Jerrel Jernigan, Troy, 5-9, 185: The Falcons are intrigued by this tough and fast diminutive player. He could be moved around on the field to create matchup problems.
5. Randall Cobb, Kentucky, 5-10, 190: He was a consensus first-team all-SEC pick last season. He set a new school mark for all-purpose yards with 2,192 yards.
6. Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh, 6-4, 229: He perhaps has the best size and speed combination of the group, but is not considered a refined route runner. He also has a 2009 arrest on his record that has some teams questioning whether to put him on their draft boards, even though he was later acquitted.
7. Titus Young, Boise State, 5-11, 173: He caught 71 passes for 1,215 yards (17.1 yards per catch) and scored nine touchdowns. He was named to the all-Western Athletic Conference team. Some compare him to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
8. Leonard Hankerson, Miami, 6-1, 210: He was considered a potential first-round pick before the predraft process started. He didn’t help himself when he dropped several passes during the school’s Pro Day.
9. Greg Little, North Carolina, 6-2, 229: He was one of the Tar Heels players who were suspended last season for accepting improper benefits from an agent. He played in 10 games with the basketball team as a freshman. He also played some running back in college.
10. Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 5-10, 203: He was a quarterback at Tucker High. He set a school record for the Pirates with 101 catches last season, amassing 1,123 receiving yards and scoring 10 touchdowns.
On the fringe: Greg Talas, Hawaii; Tandon Doss, Indiana; Niles Paul, Nebraska; Kris Durham, Georgia; Vincent Brown, San Diego State; Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State; Darvin Adams, Auburn; Dane Zanzenbacher, Ohio State and Cecil Shorts, Mount Union.