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Cowboys Mock Draft: Double Dip At Safety And A Playmaking WR?

The is right around the corner, and the excitement is boiling over. Thirsty for football and any type of draft information, I have put together my second focused of the Spring.

While my first mock draft was positively received, I'm sure this one will get right back to annoying tons of people.

So, let's get into it!

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R1/28 – DAL: , , Wisconsin

As the draft process really winds down, TJ Watt to the Cowboys seems to make more and more sense. Watt has the exact athletic profile which the Cowboys has valued in their graded EDGE players the last few years, and should be targeted by Dallas without question. Watt would immediately start at RDE for this team in my as well.

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R2/28 – DAL: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida

The Cowboys need to address their with at least one of their first two draft picks. And, considering the depth of the corner class, it's possible that at least one of the top falls down the boards on day two. Quincy Wilson is a candidate for this, and would bring size, physicality, and cockiness to the Cowboys' secondary.

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R3/28 – DAL: Chad Hansen, WR, California

Despite re- both and this , I still believe the Cowboys are in the market for another playmaker at receiver during the . Chad Hansen could be that playmaker, and could potentially take over the WR2 role in time.

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R4/26 – DAL: , S, Louisiana Tech

The Cowboys need to find a single high , someone who can play centerfield while roams the field. Xavier Woods is that guy, and he can bring ball skills to a secondary which has lacked turnover production in recent years.

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R6/27 – DAL: Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&T

Who doesn't want to draft a guy nicknamed “The Human Joystick!?!” Tarik Cohen is a fun to watch on tape, and would be an excellent late round pick for the Cowboys. Cohen could fill the / role on , and bring playmaking on .

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R7/10 – DAL: Tedric Thompson, S, Colorado

While I'd rather double dip at corner than safety, I just couldn't resist with Tedric Thompson on the board. Thompson could prove to be an absolute steal in the late rounds of this year's draft, and would be a welcomed addition to the Cowboys' secondary.

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R7/28 – DAL: Trevor Knight, QB, Texas A&M

The 28th pick of the 7th round is basically a throw away pick anyway, so why not try to see if you can find a QB2 on a rookie deal? Trevor Knight is a Texas kid, and has been interviewed by the Cowboys this Spring, so spending a 7th on him is not a bad idea. He's also good friends with , for what it's worth.

Let's Recap

The two biggest needs for the Dallas Cowboys this year are at , and in their secondary. With four of their seven picks, they address those two needs. In TJ Watt, they bring in the EDGE rusher with possibly the highest ceiling outside of Myles Garrett in this class. With Quincy Wilson, Tedric Thompson, and Xavier Woods, the Cowboys continue to beef up their young secondary.

In the other rounds, the Cowboys bring in low-risk, high-reward offensive players. Chad Hansen and Tarik Cohen have a chance to contribute in their very first year, and Trevor Knight is worth a seventh round pick for a developmental .

All in all, I think this would be a successful 2017 NFL Draft for the Dallas Cowboys.

Kevin Brady
Kevin Bradyhttps://kevinrobertbrady.wordpress.com
Die-hard Cowboys fan from the Northeast, so you know I am here to defend the 'boys whenever necessary. Began writing for a WordPress Cowboys Blog, and have been with ITS since 2016.

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Brian Martin

I’m not against taking Trevor Knight as a developmental QB, but based on his measurable’s and combine numbers, I think he could be moved to safety in the NFL.

Kevin Black

Not a fan of Knight either, but I’m hip to the rest of the group here. I’d love to pick up Mathis instead of Knight if he was available.

John Williams

I’m starting to see Knight listed as a Wide receiver. I feel like I’d rather keep developing Jameil Showers if we are going to take Knight. Because of the depth at Safety, CB, EDGE, and WR, I’d rather take a flyer on another one of those positions.

But I wouldn’t be mad about it, though.

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