Atlanta Falcons: 2020 NFL Draft tracker

Falcons head coach Dan Quinn.(AP Photo)

Credit: John Hefti

Credit: John Hefti

Falcons head coach Dan Quinn.(AP Photo)

There are six new Atlanta Falcons.

The team took Fresno State linebacker Mykal Walker and California safety Jaylinn Hawkins with their two picks in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday.

Then in the seventh round, the Falcons selected punter Sterling Hofrichter from Syracuse.

The Falcons selected Auburn defensive lineman Marlon Davidson in the second round Friday, then added center Matt Hennessy of Temple in the third round.

That came a day after they picked Clemson cornerback A.J. Terrell in the first round with the first of their six picks in the draft on Thursday.

The draft kicked off Thursday with Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow's name being called first.

Click here for a look at SEC and ACC players selected on the third day.

This draft was unconventional due to the coronavirus pandemic. There were no hugs from commissioner Roger Goodell. The fans jeered and cheered via video chat. There were few technical glitches in the first night.

Goodell announced the picks from his Westchester County, N.Y., home. General managers and coaches were shown from their homes, all equipped with TV cameras, rather than in "war rooms" at teams' headquarters.

For more on the prospects. See our position-by-position preview series:
Quarterbacks: Joe Burrow leads classTop 10
Running backs: Cam Akers' life lessonTop 10
Tight ends: Harrison Bryant top prospect Top 10 
Guards/Centers: Solomon Kindley a late-rounderTop 10 
Offensive tackles: Austin Jackson's life lessonTop 10 
Wide receivers: Jeudy or LambTop 10
Defensive tackles: Brown, Kinlaw stand outTop 10
Defensive ends: A 'generational' talentTop 10
Linebackers: Simmons a position-less LBTop 10
Safeties: Loaded with Georgia talentTop 10
Special teams: Georgia's kick-centeredReturn with flashTop 10
Cornerbacks: Jeff Okudah a lockdown CBTop 10

Follow all the picks here: