Mock Draft 2.0 Rounds 1-3: Bruce Campbell, Myron Rolle Break Through

The combine has concluded and we can all agree that it doesn’t really hurt a players stock, it’s more of a helper.  I have spent some time evaluating the Cowboys and the prospects and have completely altered my stance on this NFL draft since my last mock-up.

I’d like to give you guys my revised picks for the first 3 rounds and see what you think, so here we go:

Round 1: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland

Campbell is an absolute freak:  6-3, 315 lbs of pure muscle.  His skills are a little raw but his potential is limitless.  If the Cowboys can nab him and get him a good mentor on the offensive line to work on his mechanics and game knowledge, Campbell will become a perennial Pro-Bowler.

Round 2: Myron Rolle, S, FSU

Myron Rolle is a special case.  Something that appeals to me is his character.  Rolle isn’t the cocky athlete who boasts in his ability.  Instead, he is a brilliant man who has a bright future outside of football.  Well, despite his incredible potential as a man in this world, he decided to play football first.  That decision will land him a role as a franchise caliber player in the Blue and Silver for years.  His game isn’t quite at the level of a Thomas or Berry, but his intellect, game knowledge, and rare athletic ability make him an attractive player for any team.

Round 3: Brandon Spikes, ILB, Florida

Spikes has been highly regarded all season throughout collegiate football as a middle linebacker.  Unfortunately, his workout in Indianapolis was less than impressive.  Like I said before though, I don’t really care.  I’ve seen this kid play and he is ruthless.  His size and play recognition make him a great run stopping threat and could really benefit from sitting behind Brooking for a year.  If Spikes is off the board expect Sean Lee to be taken instead.

What do you think?


Written by Bo Martin

Former Sports Writer. Veteran. Serving veterans is my passion. Johns Hopkins Student. Enjoy Discussing Politics and sports!


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