Rookie Falcons wide receiver Drake London has been using every bit of his 6'4" frame to "create separation" and look "dominant" early in camp according to Falconswire.com's Dean Worley. (Dean Worley, Falconswire.com)
The 8th pick in April's NFL Draft, London enters the season expected to be the #2 receiving threat behind tight end Kyle Pitts (4th overall pick, '21) after signing a guaranteed four-year deal worth $21.53 million. It is a good sign for the USC-product to be aggressive and willing to meet the ball at its highest point this early on. If he and Marcus Mariota can continue to develop a rapport, he is more than capable of going up over guys in the end zone as he has proven with some fantastic catches in camp. He has all the physical and opportunity makings of a potential Draft Day sleeper in most formats, especially Dynasty leagues.