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    Dallas Cowboys 7-round Mock Draft: Post Robert Quinn Edition

    The have to be pretty happy with themselves the way their has turned out so far. They've done an excellent job of adding some quality and can now approach the 2019 without any glaring “needs”. This pretty much allows them to approach the draft with an open mind as to how about how close to the vest they want to play things.

    The Cowboys now have the freedom to do whatever they want to in regards to the draft. They can choose to stand pat with their six draft picks, or they can choose to move up or down depending on how things play out. It's a freedom that could make this draft really interesting.

    For today though, I want to share with you a scenario where they down with the . The Cowboys will have to move down 12 draft slots, but according to the trade value chart it ends up being an equal trade for both parties. Let's take a look…

    Buccaneers receive Dallas' 2nd-round pick (58th overall), which is worth 320 points.

    Cowboys receive the Buccaneers 3rd-round pick (70th overall) and a 4th-round pick (107th overall), which together add up to 320 points.

    58 = 320

    70 (240) + 107 (80) = 320

    After making that trade, the Dallas Cowboys now have two draft picks in the third-round, three in the fourth-round, one in the fifth-round, and one seven-rounder. Continue to read below to see who I drafted for the Cowboys in this trade down scenario.

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    R3/6 – DAL: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

    Darnell Savage is one of my favorite safeties in the 2019 draft class, and someone who I believe would pair nicely next to . He doesn't have the size (5'11”, 200) the Dallas Cowboys typically look for at the position, but he definitely has the talent. He can play down in the box or deep in coverage effectively, and would give the Cowboys two interchangeable safeties.

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    R3/26 – DAL: Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia

    Those of you who follow my work know that I may huge fan of Mecole Hardman, so much so I nearly took him earlier over Darnell Savage. Luckily, he was still available 20 picks later.

    Hardman is one of the Dallas Cowboys 30 pre-draft visitors, so I'm happy to announce there is some interest there. He could play a variety of roles as a rookie and could even challenge to be the starting slot WR. At worst, he would be a good “gadget” player, deep threat, and return specialist in his first year with the Cowboys and take on a much larger role in Year 2.

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    R4/5 – DAL: Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State

    Kahale Warring isn't a name creating a lot of buzz amongst the 2019 draft class, but it should be. He has all of the intangibles NFL teams look for in a starting TE, but he's a little raw still and could use a year to develop. Luckily, the Dallas Cowboys can offer him just that. He could come in and learn for a year behind and then take over as the TE1 in 2020.

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    R4/27 – DAL: Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston

    Isaiah Johnson is someone definitely on the Dallas Cowboys radar. They have met with him at the and were in attendance at his . He fits the size (6'2″, 208) looks for in his cornerbacks, but he may not be ready to start right away. He would probably provide depth as a rookie and then be asked to take over in Year 2 when and 's contracts expire in 2020.

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    R4/34 – DAL: Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida

    Trysten Hill is another player on the Dallas Cowboys radar. personally worked him out at Hill's Pro Day and he's expected to be one of the Cowboys 30 pre-draft visitors as well. He is a big athletic who would fit best as the 3-tech in a 4-3 like Dallas deploys. He has the talent to start right away as a rookie, but at worst would be a really good rotational piece.

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    R5/26 – DAL: Shareef Miller, DE, Penn State

    This is the point in the draft where teams start to look for intangibles they can develop. Shareef Miller has the necessary tools to become a starting caliber in the NFL, but right now he's pretty much just a one trick pony. He relies on his speed as both a run defender and pass rusher right now, but if he can't win with that that he's pretty much done. He needs some time to develop, which he should be able to receive with Cowboys after they just acquired .

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    R7/27 – DAL: Bruce Anderson, RB, North Dakota State

    There were a number of running backs still available here I had to choose from, but it ultimately came down to either Darwin Thompson or Bruce Anderson. For me, it was easy decision because Anderson is another one of my “pet cats” this year. I think he brings more to the table than Thompson as both a runner and receiver out of the backfield, but he also has special-teams value as well as a . I think he would complement really well.

    How do you feel about this Dallas Cowboys 7-round mock draft?

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    Brian Martin
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    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.

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    1. This is why I tend to read your articles. I live in San Diego, and cannot fathom how Warring isn’t being noticed much, if at all. I’d love that pick to the Cowboys to sit behind Witten a year. And I’ve already voiced my desire for Savage here before. Good mock.

    2. Interesting concept of trading back, but dont like some of the picks in reference to current roster. We already have log jam at cornerback. Jordan Lewis will be taking over Anthony Brown next season. We also have a player I like on practice squad, Olumba. The Cowboys are very interested in Jace Sternberger the TE. If they can wrestle him from the Patriots, that will be the pick at 58. They had 10 picks last season and couldnt manage to slide up or down the board, even with future picks to gamble. So I really dont see this scenario happening, unless Jimmy walks back through that door. I was really disappointed at this front office last draft. They had a real chance to go after players they wanted.

      • I think CB is very much in play. Both Anthony Brown and Byron Jones are in the last year of their contracts and depth that the position is always a must. I like Sternberger as well and would be fine with him at 58, but this is a deep TE class and can be addressed later, especially with Witten back in the mix. And as far as trading up or down these past few drafts, they tried but the trade compensation never materialized. With their current roster, I could see them making a few moves here and there if they think it’s worth it.

    3. Brian you whiffed again
      Trading back is not good idea when you first pick at 58
      How do you keep Warring on 53 man roster with 4 TE’s. And please explain who then goes on practice squad, and yes Rico is gone. You need a player to contribute in round 2 and hopefully round 3. Who’s there at 58 is probably better value than trading down. Plus Savage is probably gone by then. Must be just controversial trolling article to determine who is dumb enough to agree or just give hope to some lonesome Cowboy fan. Remember 2009 trading down and wasting draft?

      • The Cowboys carried four TEs on the roster last year and could do the same again this year. I don’t think Savage is necessarily gone by pick 70. That’s about the range I think he gets drafted and I think both he and Hardman would be regular contributors as rookies. And I don’t know why people keep bringing up the 2009 draft. That was a talent deprived draft more than anything, which 2019 is not. This year’s draft is deep at several positions and I think the Cowboys can get starting caliber players into the fourth-round.

        Having said all that, I don’t know if I would agree with them trading down. It really all depends on how the draft plays out and I think this could be one of the scenarios. Mock drafts are supposed to be just for fun and I enjoy all the feedback, even if it’s negative ha ha. Thanks for taking the time to read my work and voice your opinion. It’s one of the reasons I love what I do.

        • Brian, thank you for your feed back. This is what make America’s Team Great. Also I do read your writings and love your tagline. You have sense of humor- Greatly appreciate that as well. We can disagree but have strong opinions as to how Cowboys get to next level. Just getting into playoffs is ok but I think they can get to Championship game with this team. Just need to add some pieces and delete others. Greatly appreciate your effort, just did not agree with premise of this write.
          Been Cowboy fan since SB loss to Colts. Chuck Howley is still the only player from losing team to get MVP of SB!
          Also negative feedback is a positive as it forces one to get better. Yes I am in Professional Sales and I get a lot of it to continue to perform better. Not comparing the 2, just sayin…