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Topic - Tim Lewis
Thomas DeCoud and William Moore are performing just as the Atlanta Falcons originally hoped.
Christian French's size, speed and athleticism has college coaches drooling _ even if they don't know where they'd put him.
"Where we can go, I don't know," Lewis said. "That remains to be seen. Up until this point, they've done a fantastic job of buying into what we've been trying to give them. The biggest key really is that while we've not been in perfect position all of the time, they are trying to reach perfection."
"Athletically, he's a freak," Lewis said. "You just don't see many young people like that, as big as he is and runs as well as he does."