The Atlanta Falcons could go a lot of directions in the 2021 NFL Draft, but it’s hard to argue with going after a potentially elite pass rush prospect.
Kwity Paye may have to wait until Thanksgiving or later to show NFL scouts and talent evaluators how much he’s improved on the field, but there’s no doubt about his athleticism and raw talent.
He is extremely quick off the edge and has unlimited potential at the next level.
Holland is firmly on the NFL radar in 2021 with nine interceptions and 10 pass breakups over his first two seasons with the Oregon Ducks.
Former first-round pick Keanu Neal has struggled badly with injuries and the Falcons could look to re-load on the back end of their defense if Holland presents himself at this spot in the 2021 NFL Draft.