Cowboys seven-round mock draft
Along with less than two weeks before the 2019 Draft, let’ s start placing some names to the Cowboys. Using the combine, free agency, Pro Times, and most official visits in the rear-view mirror, the 2019 NFL Set up is just two weeks away. This offseason, the Cowboys have spent plenty of their times filling needs along with free agency (Randall Cobb, Robert Quinn, Kerry Hyder, Christian Covington) to set themselves up against come write day to draft the best gamer available on their board when they’ re on the clock. Today, we are going to do a “ post-free agency” seven-round mock draft in an effort to mirror the actual Cowboys may be thinking during the write. In this exercise we’ ll use recent draft trends from the Cowboys over the last few years, as well as Will McClay’s, and his scouts, tendencies on certain positions.
In this seven-round make fun of draft, I used The Write Network’s mock draft sim to give me a life-like look at the way the draft could go. Using their TDN predictive big board, this gives all of us realistic options that could be available in models one through seven for the Based in Dallas Cowboys.
Round 2, 58th General
Other options still to the board: Deebo Samuel, LJ Collier, Jaylon Ferguson, Zach Allen, Jachai Polite
After filling obvious holes with DE, DT, and WR along with free agency and trades, basic safety is the one clear need for the particular Cowboys heading into the NFL Write despite the George Iloka signing. Just before free agency kicked off, it had been my belief the Cowboys are not going to be interested in spending big-time cash at the safety position in free of charge agency and would be looking to the particular draft to fill that need. That’ s the exact approach the Cowboys’ front office took and that’ s the way they go with the 58th overall pick in the 2019 draft’s defense since disruptive 3-technique with Maliek Collins heading into the final year associated with his contract.