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Three representatives from the Atlanta Falcons were in attendance on Monday to watch North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance throw at his second pro day. The team was also present at Lance’s first pro day, but this time sent quarterbacks coach Charles London, passing game specialist T.J. Yates and scouting director Dwaune Jones.

Whether the Falcons actually intend to take a quarterback or are just trying to drive up the price of their No. 4 pick for a potential trade, the team is rightfully doing its due diligence on one of the most intriguing overall prospects in this year’s draft class.

Check out some highlights from Lance’s second pro day below, via the NFL’s Twitter account.

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As we examined on Monday, Lance wasn’t initially thought to be in play for the 49ers, who traded up to pick No. 3 a few weeks ago. But the closer we get to draft day, the more it seems like a real possibility he lands in San Francisco.

The Falcons reportedly talked at length with Lance’s coaches and some believe the North Dakota State signal-caller won’t make it out of the top five.


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