The Falcons have their second reported football verbal and this one is pretty good. His name is Michael Rogers and he's a standout WR from Bishop Luers HS in Fort Wayne. If that sounds familiar, that's because the QB in this year's class is James Knapke, and he was the QB for Luers last year. They have been dominant in Indiana, (3 straight state titles, IIRC) so they have a tradition of winning....and, of course, you might expect these two to have some chemistry.
As a junior, Rogers caught 48 passes for 1,030 yards (that's 21 yards per reception) and 19 freaking TDs. The story linked above says he is a 3-star recruit and one of the top 20 players in Indiana.
Welcome to the Falcons, Michael.
Update: here is an interesting sidenote from the Hawkeye Report:
It appeared for a while that the Hawkeyes were about to pick up 9th commitment to the Class of 2013 when wide receiver prospect Mike Rogers tweeted that he would make his college choice the following day. Rogers picked Bowling Green. His prep coach said academics need cleaning up this summer.Three things...first, that tells us something about the guy we are getting, in that there was an expectation that he was going to play in the Big 10. Second, obviously, is the academics warning flag. But if that can be cleaned up and BG can hold onto the commitment until February, this is a guy who could be a very productive MAC player.