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Cowboys Have Signed Their Entire 2020 Draft Class

The buzz surrounding the has been running wild since the 2020 . With each passing round, it seemed as if all the stars just kept aligning for the Cowboys as they selected steal after steal. Now, these talented young men can officially begin their NFL journeys.

According to Todd Archer of ESPN, the Cowboys have signed their entire 2020 draft class to their rookie deals.

Contract details per Mike Fisher of Sports Illustrated

  • CeeDee Lamb. WR – 4 years, $14.01M, $7.7M bonus (5th-year option)
  • Trevon Diggs. CB – 4 years, $6.32M, $2.157M bonus.
  • Neville Gallimore. DT – 4 years, $4.7M, just under $1M signing bonus.
  • . CB – 4 years, $4.02M, $729K bonus
  • . C – 4 years, $3.789M, $494K signing bonus
  • Bradlee Anae. DE – 4 years, $3.532M, $238K signing bonus
  • . QB – 4 years, $3.39M, $95K signing bonus

Lamb and Diggs are the two standout signings of the class. Lamb's ability to play multiple spots plus his dynamic skills with the ball in his hands in the open field will open things up for Amari Cooper and and give the Cowboys one of the league's most dangerous receiving trio's. Diggs is a long and physical corner at around 6'2 205. He's extremely physical at the line of scrimmage and has excellent ball skills thanks to his days playing . He'll likely be the Cowboys CB1 after losing in free agency.

Gallimore will play behind free-agent additions and at defensive . His rare speed at 6'2 304 pounds (ran 4.79 in the 40), relentless motor, and ability to play to 1-tech and 3-tech will have him contributing early.

Robinson, much like Diggs, is a ball-hawking corner (34 pass breakups in college) who also has the ability to play as well. What gives him even more value is his skills on , having blocked four kicks during his days at Tulsa. He's another rookie that could see a lot of action in 2020.

Biadasz was a two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection, a Unanimous All-American, and won the Remington Award (given to the best in college) during his days at Wisconsin. He'll battle veteran for starting duties ( and are expected to take snaps at center as well) this season and gives the Cowboys excellent depth at the center position after losing to .

Anae is one of the most technically sound rushers coming out of the collegiate ranks. Also, he has the skills to stand up and play . Mike Nolan's hybrid scheme will feature three and four-man fronts as well as a “designated pass rusher” position, which is ideal for Anae's skill set. He'll get to learn and develop behind , , and .

DiNucci is a dual-threat quarterback with a quick release and is very good at improvising and making plays. This kind of moxy will make if it tough for the Cowboys to not carry three quarterbacks on the roster and could see DiNucci challenge veteran for the backup role to .

The Cowboys also signed 15 undrafted as well as OT Isaac Alarcon from .

Unfortunately, these rookies won't get any actual game reps before the season starts thanks to the current COVID-19 pandemic eliminating the . Nonetheless, they've all put the ink on their rookie deals and can now focus on the actual football side of things as their NFL careers kick-off.

Matthew Lenix
Matthew Lenix
I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.

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