Draft bio: South Florida defensive tackle Deadrin Senat

Here’s the draft bio on Falcons third round pick Deadrin Senat:

THIRD ROUND (90th overall) DEADRIN SENAT, DT, SOUTH FLORIDA HEIGHT: 6-foot WEIGHT: 314 pounds ARM LENGTH: 31-5/8 inches HAND SIZE: 9-3/4 inches 40-YARD DASH: 5.16 seconds BENCH PRESS: 35 VERTICAL JUMP: 26 inches BROAD JUMP: 8 feet, 4 inches THREE-CONE DRILL: 7.7 seconds ■ OVERVIEW: He was a three-star recruit who originally committed to Florida State. He de-committed and followed coach Willie Taggert to South Florida. He was a three-year starter for the Golden Bulls. He is shorter in stature, but his weight is well distributed. He is strong at the point of attack and can play two gaps and fight through double teams. He has a high-motor. "Overall, Senat has dominant flashes when he taps into his power, displaying the hand strength and agility to be an interchangeable interior player capable of nose or under tackle responsibilities," according to Dane Brugler's 2018 draft guide. Both of his parents passed away. His mother, Judy, when he was 13 and his father, Guy, when he was 20 and in college.