Falcons sign draft picks, Damontae Kazee and
Sean Harlow to Rookie Deals
The Falcons made moves this past offseason acquiring multiple defensive players and signing a big OL in the 2017 NFL Draft. Two of those players happened to be OL Sean Harlow and DB Damontae Kazee with the 136th and 149th picks respectively.
Damontae Kazee, a DB from San Diego State, started all his college games from 2013-2016 and recorded a staggering 17 interceptions and 171 tackles in those 53 total games. Kazee had a great Combine showing with a 4.54 second 40 and was projected as a 5.55, which has the potential to be an NFL starter, according to nfl.com. Kazee has a nack for turnovers and looks for the most effective way to get to the ball during plays.
Sean Harlow a 303 lb, OL, played in 37 career games for Oregon State from 2013-2016. He took snaps at both left and right tackle and simply dominated his opponent. Harlow also had a great Combine showing of a 5.15 second 40 and a 30.5 inch vertical jump which was good enough for the best among all OL’s. Harlow was projected as a 5.15, which is better than average of making an NFL roster. After watching tape, Harlow should make the roster after being shown to have good technique upon initial point of attack and drives his feet when making it to the second tier of a defense.
Join me in welcoming Damontae Kazee and Sean Harlow to the BROTHERHOOD!
Go Falcons and Good Luck Gentlemen!
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