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Cowboys Snag DL Javon Kinlaw In Matt Miller’s 2020 Mock Draft

Who thought we’d be talking during week? Well, here we are.

Finishing 2019 with an 8-8 record, the will select 17th in the 2020 NFL Draft. We’ll have plenty of time to talk draft prospects over the next couple months, but the mocks are already coming out with the regular season coming to a close.

’s latest post-regular season mock draft went up on Bleacher this week, so we should talk about who the Cowboys are projected to take. Matt slotted South Carolina Javon Kinlaw to Dallas, citing his versatility and size as reasons should be excited about the acquisition.

“A 6’6”, 310-pounder who I’ve compared to Arik Armstead, Kinlaw has dominated in the SEC for two seasons while showing a positional versatility (he would be great in a 3-4) and toughness that will have coaches falling in love with his game.”

Kinlaw finished the with 6 , 2 pass deflections, and 35 total tackles. In 2018 Kinlaw saw similarly impressive sack production on the interior with 4.5, and should immediately offer a strong pass rushing upside to whichever NFL team lands him in the draft.

Kinlaw is the type of rusher that would absolutely love to have, even though Rod is most likely out the door after a dissapointing 2019 season. Still, Kinlaw would fit right in and help take some of the pressure off rusher .

Despite his size and strength, Kinlaw does need to grow as a run defender, but his explosion off the ball points towards a high ceiling there as well. Even in his current form, Kinlaw is a really good football player with potential in the near future.

I’m far from through watching and learning about this draft class, but Javon Kinlaw would be a very strong selection for the Cowboys in the middle of the .

What do you think?


Written by Kevin Brady

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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  1. I could live with it. Or the Bama WR with all that speed. Draft him and either franchise/transition Cooper or let him walk. Could live with a S as well. BPA draft.

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