Final 2019 Dallas Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft

After months of anticipation and buildup, the 2019 is finally upon us! Yes, the Dallas Cowboys are without a first-round draft pick due to the , but in my opinion this just makes this years draft that much more exciting. I don't know about you, but I'm already on the of my seat waiting to find out which prospects will still be on the board for the Cowboys at 58 in the second-round.

If the Dallas Cowboys absolutely had to be without a first-round draft pick, this is probably the best year to not have one. The 2019 draft class is pretty deep at several positions the Cowboys could be targeting. They should be able to come away with some talented players who can come in and improve the roster as rookies. There may not be very many starting jobs up for grabs, but make no mistake, these incoming rookies are the future of the organization.

But enough of beating around the bush, let's get to my final Dallas Cowboys 7-round

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R2/26 – DAL: Trysten Hill, DT, UCF

I have a sneaky suspicion the safeties the Dallas Cowboys could be targeting at 58 will be wiped out, which could put them in no man's land in regards to the positions they could be targeting. Trysten Hill may be a little bit of a reach here, but I doubt he makes it to 90. He is the athletic, disruptive DT covets in his defensive front. He has the versatility to play the 1 or 3-technique and should push for playing time as a rookie.

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

Mecole Hardman has the potential to be the versatile weapon the Dallas Cowboys are currently missing on the roster. He can be a deep threat, “gadget” player, return specialist, emergency CB, and a key member on . He's still a little raw as a WR prospect, but has the makings to become something great and would provide a really a good insurance policy if continues to struggle remaining healthy. I believe he will develop into a Tyreek Hill type of offensive weapon in the NFL in a year or two.

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R4/26 – DAL: Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State

Ideally either or Dawson Knox falls to the Cowboys here with the first of their fourth-round picks, but Kahale Warring is the next best thing. He is still a little raw, but has the strength and athletic ability to be a future starting in the NFL after a little seasoning. Playing behind one of the best TEs to ever play the game in could be exactly what Warring needs to put his development on the fast track.

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R4/34 – DAL: Alexander Mattison, RB, Boise State

The Dallas Cowboys have been pretty forthcoming about adding a “starting caliber” RB behind , and Alexander Mattison fits the criteria. He is a crafty runner who runs with good vision and patience, which allows his blocks to set up. He is a big, physical back with only average straight-line speed, but his tenacious mentality as a runner wears down defenses and reminds me a little bit of Marion “The Barbarian” Barber. He has every-down back potential and would make a really good RB2 behind Zeke.

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R5/27 – DAL: Sheldrick Redwine, S, Miami

The Cowboys may have missed out on one of the most athletically gifted safeties in the draft at 58 in , but Sheldrick Redwine is a nice consolation prize. He had the second best SPARQ score amongst all safeties this year behind only Thornhill and surprisingly has the same type of skill set and versatility. His background at CB shows up in coverage, but he needs to become a much more reliable tackler and take better angles in the before he can be relied upon. He has starting potential though after little a more seasoning.

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R7/27 – DAL: Cole Holcomb, LB, UNC

I wanted to give a new tall, lengthy CB here in or Derrick Baity, but I think the Cowboys can get one of the two as an . Cole Holcomb on the other hand wouldn't go undrafted in my opinion, hence his selection here. He is an instinctive and athletically gifted who played all three LB positions in UNC's 4-3 . He has starting potential, but would be a depth and special teams contributor as a rookie.

What do you think?


Written by 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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