The Dallas Cowboys have drafted EDGE rusher Dorance Armstrong, from the university of Kansas, with the 116th overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft. Armstrong in the fourth round represents a steal for Dallas, many analysts saw him as a third round player.
BREAKING: With the 116th pick in the #NFLDraft, the #Cowboys select…
— Patrik [No C] Walker (@VoiceOfTheStar) April 28, 2018
Although Dallas has bigger needs on defense, this is a great value pick. Armstrong didn't test very well, but his tape is more than enough to be confident about the talent they just got. With Lawrence as the indisputable LDE, one can wonder where they'll play the Kansas product.
.@Gil_Brandt introduces Kansas Defensive End Dorance Armstrong as the 116th overall pick in the #NFLDraft to the Dallas #Cowboys. pic.twitter.com/pLEp1MFec5
— Sean Martin ✭ (@SeanMartinNFL) April 28, 2018
In college, he played from both sides and even saw some time rushing from a stand-up position. At the very least, the Cowboys found an important rotational defensive player.
Great pick by the front office, even though some needs need to be addressed ahead.