The "perception around the league" is the Falcons are interested in Clemson supplemental draft T Isaiah Battle, according to Giants' beat writer Jordan Raanan.
The NFL Supplemental Draft is scheduled for July 9.
Clemson redshirt sophomore CB Mackensie Alexander will be "tested as Clemson tries to replace much of its defensive front, including star pass rusher Vic Beasley and disruptive tackle Grady Jarrett," posits Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Clemson LT Isaiah Battle's "combination of height, arm length (35") and easy mobility will certainly intrigue the NFL."
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Clemson junior WR Mike Williams as his No.4 wideout to watch in College Football.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah guesses Clemson LT Isaiah Battle will be selected in the third-round of the Supplemental Draft "without any knowledge of character situation."
NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein believes the Broncos and Falcons are two potential landing spots for Clemson T Isaiah Battle.
Clemson senior T Isaiah Battle, who recently declared for the Supplemental Draft, was recently cited for possession of marijuana, according to The Clemson Insider.
Clemson senior T Isaiah Battle will enter the Supplemental Draft.
Clemson redshirt senior was arrested for DUI refusal and possession of cocaine and has been suspended indefinitely.
Last season, Clemson sophomore QB Deshaun Watson showed off "an easy delivery and release, plenty of pace on his throws and advanced ball placement for such a young quarterback," wrote NFL Media's Lance Zierlein.
After studying the top college QBs, NFL Media's Lance Zierlein believes Clemson sophomore QB Deshaun Watson "is going to wreck the ACC."
Clemson junior WR Mike Williams "gives QB Deshaun Watson a big, physical target with great hands and ball skills on the outside," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Clemson sophomore WR Artavis Scott is "undersized, but he has excellent quickness and burst to make him a threat after the catch," according to Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables "has done excellent work with Clemson and again is a hot commodity; he also is an excellent recruiter," believes NFL Media.