FRISCO – With their second election in this year’s NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys met the demands that came with defender Randy Gregory running for the Denver Broncos in free will.
Miss Edge rusher Sam Williams was nominated by the Cowboys and is expected to have a problem in 2022.
The Dallas Cowboys took off disappointing lineman Tyler Smith with a first-choice pick in the NFL Draft Thursday night, but more talent is still on Day 2 … on both sides of the ball.
The Cowboys have their own needs to receive them, and they always love runners. Who do we like when it comes to qualifying for Round 2?
Here are the top players available – the only security here …
Andrew Booth Jr.
1. Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
Dean, though a little younger, is an artist on the line with high intelligence and acting skills. He is very good at fighting and often sits two steps in front of everyone on the field. They have good speed and variety. This is important for any team that takes him on a second tour.
two. Sam Williams, DE, Ole Miss
A ready-made 30-year-old Williams is the most talked about Cowboys in the Cowboys. The 6-3, 261-pounds edge rusher had 12.5 and 16 tackle bags that lost last year.
3. Arnold Ebikitie, DE, Penn State
Ebikitie is a long-term burner with a non-stop motor. All in all, Ebikwie is a skilled runner who has to raise obstacles and pockets as he learns to play at a steady pace.
4. David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
Ojabo was the fastest runner for the Wolverines despite sharing the playing time. They have the right size and explosion of space. Unfortunately, his 2022 season is now in doubt after he struggled to become Achilles’ Michigan’s pro day.
5. Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington
Gordon is a good athlete who plays with the body. He has great game speed and is very natural in the game. In the fight against running, they are often used as a blitzer. In a nutshell, she has a running back and hips to be the starting point for the outside
6. Boye Mafe, OLB, Minnesota
Mafe is an edge rider with the necessary combination of speed and power. He did well throughout the season. For a long time, Mafe is still good looking, but it goes well and delivers a two-digit straight bag.
7. Travis Jones, DT, Conn
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Jones is a great weapon, a quick defense. In contrast to the pass, he can make a quick knock and drop the bag. In the fight against running, he is strong against both teams and two. He can absorb his weight and refuse to be pressured into horizontal bars.
8. Logan Hall, DE, Houston
Hall is a disruptive pass-rusher that thrives on dangerous indoor sports with explosive power. As a runner, Hall shines when he gets a chance to shoot. He is a very fast runner who plays with high-end cars.
9. DeMarvin Leal, DT, Texas A&M.
A newcomer to the Dallas 30 that the Cowboys know well, Leal has a flexible environment. Does Dallas “need” such a high 3 professional person?
10. Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor
Pitre is a flexible defense that in any game can be switched between playing FS, SS, ILB, or OLB. It has a fast pace, good instinct, and a special slow shutdown. Pitre is an open-air soldier who smuggles blocks, throws punches, and flies through a field.
11. Myjai Sanders, DE, Cincinnati.
He’s very lightweight, but he was a 30-year-old. At 6-5, 228 pounds, Sanders could represent a project – a heavy room and a training project, in particular.
12. Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State.
The Cowboys appear to be well-protected by Jayron Kearse, Malik Hooker and Donovan Wilson. But he went to Penn State Pro Day and loved what he saw here.
13. Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
McCreary has fast feet and fits well with the protection that comes with printing presses. He played outside of Auburn, but he knows how to play on the slot and can be good in the NFL, considering his size and short arms. McCreary is eager to roll up in the running game, he just needs to be very strong at some level.
14. Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
Booth is a fast-paced, rear corner runner with high ball skills. In newspapers, they do a good job of sitting in a wideout waist bag. He is fluid to open and has enough speed to stay on the road and straight paths. He is very good at the balls thrown in front of him. Everywhere, Booth has the potential to be a solid No. 1 number. 2 on the corner.
15. Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
The existing team, for a long time, is led by Micah Parsons, and Jabril Cox on arrival. Women can be a part of the future.
Dallas elects No. 56 all in Round 2 tonight.