The Falcons continued to add to their college free agent class when they signed defensive tackle Trey Bryant and defensive end Rajon Henley on Thursday.
Bryant, 6-foot-2, 315 pounds, played at Baylor. Last season, he had 24 tackles, 1.5 for losses and one sack. He was named to the Big 12’s academic honor roll last fall.
Henley, 6-3, 244, played at Texas Tech. He played in 46 games over his career and registered 7.5 sacks.
The Falcons have dipped heavily into the Big 12 during and after this draft. The Falcons drafted three players from the Big 12, in Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, Oklahoma cornerback Dominique Franks and Kansas wide receiver Kerry Meier.
After the draft, in addition to Bryant and Henley, they’ve signed Colorado long snapper Justin Drescher.