More

    2019 NFL Combine Winners Who Should be on the Cowboys Radar

    The 2019 has come and gone, but that doesn't mean we are done talking about it. It's one of the more exciting events to take place in the , causing teams and fans alike to tune in across the country to watch these prospects perform in different athletic events. It's no different for the .

    Today, I want to share with you some of the players who may be on the Dallas Cowboys radar now after performing well at the NFL Combine. I decided to split it up into offensive and defensive candidates, and chose three players who I think may have caught the Cowboys attention.

    Let's get started…

    Defensive Candidates

    Chase Winovich
    Michigan, DE, Chase Winovich

    Chase Winovich, DE, Michigan

    Chase Winovich didn't blow up the NFL Combine like fellow Montez Sweat, but he caught the attention of quite a few people with his performance. He tested well in all of the events, particularly the 40-yard dash (4.59) with an impressive 1.63 10-yard split. This is a guy who could step in and be a Day 1 starter with the Dallas Cowboys as a replacement and someone would love to work with. He is intense and has a nonstop motor. He's definitely in the running at 58 for the Cowboys.

    Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

    's performance at the NFL Combine may have put himself out of contention for the Dallas Cowboys when they are finally on the clock at 58, but if available he'd definitely be hard to pass up. He put up some jaw-dropping numbers on the vertical jump (44″) and the broad jump (11'9″), but really caught everybody's attention with his 4.43 40-yard dash. The Cowboys haven't been shy about letting it be known they want to upgrade the position, and Thornhill would absolutely make a good pairing with on the backend of their .

    Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida

    I could've went with a number of here, but kind of came out of nowhere and really caught my attention. He lost his starting job at Central Florida last year when a new came in and took over, but he is exactly the type of relentless/high motor Rod Marinelli likes in his defensive front. He put up some elite numbers in the broad jump (115″) and the vertical jump (35″), and his short shuttle time was also pretty exceptional (4.38). Look for him to be a potential third-round target for the Cowboys.

    Offensive Candidates

    Justice Hill
    , RB, Justice Hill

    Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

    It wasn't that big of a surprise Justice Hill performed well at the NFL Combine in my opinion. I think he just confirmed to everybody what we all saw on tape. His 4.4 40-yard dash, 10'10” broad jump, and 21 reps of 225 on the bench press at 198 pounds were all pretty impressive. He's exactly the kind of change of pace RB has been wanting behind . I on the other hand was actually more impressed with Ryquell Armstead (Temple) and the performance he put on. His 4.45 40-yard dash at 220 was impressive. I personally prefer more of an every down back behind Zeke, but both Hill and Armstead are good mid-round RB targets for the Cowboys.

    Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia

    's NFL Combine performance kind of flew under the radar due to the show D. K. Metcalf put on, but he was impressive in his own right. He didn't compete in all of the events, but his 4.33 40-yard dash, 36.5″ vertical, 119″ broad jump, and the 17 reps at 225 he put up on bench press were impressive for a 5'10”, 187 pound . He is personally one of my favorite WR targets for the Dallas Cowboys because of the variety of roles he can fill. He is the deep threat, gadget player, return specialist, and replacement player they need.

    Foster Moreau, TE, LSU

    I was actually on the hype train before he put on a pretty impressive performance at the NFL Combine, so I was pretty happy to see him perform as well as he did. He was viewed as mostly a blocking due to the way he was utilized during his time at , but he opened a lot of eyes with his surprising athletic ability. His blend of size, speed, and explosiveness at 253 pounds is exciting. In fact, he is as close to a carbon copy of on paper as you can get and would be an intriguing mid-to-late tight end target for the Dallas Cowboys.

    spot_imgspot_imgspot_img
    Brian Martin
    Brian Martin
    Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.

    Latest

    3 Keys To Victory – Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Commanders

    After starting the season in the worst way possible,...

    Cowboys vs Commanders Game Prediction

    This weekend, the Dallas Cowboys will be hosting the...

    Week 4 Preview: Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys

    The 2-and-1 Dallas Cowboys are back home tomorrow against...

    Cowboys WR Noah Brown Is Solidifying His Value

    With back-to-back clutch performances against the Cincinnati Bengals and...

    Newsletter

    Daily Cowboys News in Your Inbox
    Name:*
    Your email address:*
    Please enter all required fields Click to hide
    Correct invalid entries Click to hide

    Don't miss

    3 Keys To Victory – Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Commanders

    After starting the season in the worst way possible,...

    Cowboys vs Commanders Game Prediction

    This weekend, the Dallas Cowboys will be hosting the...

    Week 4 Preview: Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys

    The 2-and-1 Dallas Cowboys are back home tomorrow against...

    Cowboys WR Noah Brown Is Solidifying His Value

    With back-to-back clutch performances against the Cincinnati Bengals and...

    How Kellen Moore Has Redeemed Himself

    During week one, the Dallas Cowboys faced off against...

    Super Bowl Participants Reveal Cowboys Safety Problem

    The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will meet in the Super Bowl in a week and a half. Cowboys fans are...

    NFL.com Grades Cowboys’ 2019 Draft Class As Worst In Division

    If there's one thing the Cowboys have been consistently good at the last decade - it's drafting. Dallas has found All Pro first rounders in...

    Dallas Cowboys 2019 Draft Mulligan

    The 2019 NFL regular season is officially in the books. In more ways than one it was a disappointing one for the Dallas Cowboys....