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    Favorite 2021 Prospects to Fill Dallas Cowboys Biggest Team Needs

    With a total of 10 draft picks at their disposal and some pretty big team needs that still need to be addressed, the have their work cut out for them in the 2021 . The good news is though with that amount of picks they should be able to fill many, if not all of those needs.

    That's easier said than done though. When it comes to the NFL Draft there is no such thing as a “can't miss” prospect. We've seen time and time again just how cruel the draft process can be, but hopefully the Dallas Cowboys can have more hits than misses this year.

    With that in mind, I thought I'd share with you some of my favorite prospects who'd I'd like to see the Dallas to address their remaining team needs. These are the players I'd absolutely pound the table for if I were in the Cowboys “war room”.

    Let's take a look, shall we!?

    CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

    It wouldn't matter to me whether or not II was still on the board, I would pound the table for to be the CB who plays opposite in 2021 and beyond. His versatility to play inside or out and the attitude/physicality he'd bring to Dallas' is something lacking from Surtain's game. I'm just hoping the Cowboys agree.

    Draft Projection: 1st round

    S Trevon Moehrig, TCU

    The Dallas Cowboys have done a solid job addressing the position via , but they still really haven't found the long-term solution at . was the early on favorite safety prospect for the Cowboys, only to be replaced by here recently. While they may be in a head-to-head battle to see who gets drafted first, I think Moehrig is the better fit.

    Draft projection: 1st-2nd round

    LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky

    With concerns centering around and , both short and long-term, the Dallas Cowboys would be wise to add an insurance policy at some point in the draft. Jamin Davis is an intriguing prospect who is capable of playing all three LB positions. He has good length and athletic ability with a -like skill set. His upside is through the roof.

    Draft projection: 1st-2nd round

    DT Alim McNeill, NC State

    If the Dallas Cowboys seriously want to upgrade their adding a powerful player capable of setting and resetting the line of scrimmage like Alim McNeill would be ideal. He is a strong player with some surprising athletic ability who is just starting to scratch the surface of his God-given talent. He would be a great fit as a 1-technique in 's 4-3 system.

    Draft projection: 2nd-3rd round

    DE Joe Tryon, Washington

    and will be the Cowboys starting DEs in 2021, but that shouldn't stop them from trying to upgrade their . Gregory becomes a after the season, making DE and underrated need. Joe Tryon is somehow still an under the radar prospect with starting potential who would be a great fit opposite D-Law in the not-too-distant future.

    Draft projection: 1st-2nd round

    OT James Hudson, Cincinnati

    The Dallas Cowboys need to start thinking about life without , so drafting a developmental prospect like James Hudson makes a lot of sense. He is a moldable piece of clay who possesses the size, length, agility, strength, and aggressiveness to become a starting caliber in a year or two with a little more time to develop his craft.

    Draft projection: 3rd-4th round

    C/OG Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame

    The Dallas Cowboys could use some more interior line depth at both and and Robert Hainsey has the versatility to provide just that. He was once considered a “ only” prospect until he proved at the he's more than capable of kicking inside and playing at a high level there as well. I think he can be a 10+ year starter at RT, OG, or C in the NFL.

    Draft projection: 3rd-4th round

    Brian Martin
    Brian Martin
    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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    Mike Thaxton

    Horn gets flagged to much and we have enough problems with penaltys dont need to add to it


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