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#83 Terrance Williams

Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 Age: 27
Position: Wide Receiver College: Baylor
Exp: 4 Years

Terrance Williams was born in Dallas, Texas on September 8, 1989. He earned All-American recognition while playing collegiately at Baylor University. He is a wide receiver in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys, who drafted him in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Dallas Cowboys Player Profile: WR #83 Terrance Williams 1

High School

Dallas Cowboys Player Profile: WR #83 Terrance Williams 3Terrance Williams attended W. T. White High School in Dallas, Texas. He played both football and basketball as a member of the White Longhorns, but it was on the football field where he gained re-connection.

Williams started his breakout campaign his junior season in 2006 when he recorded 30 receptions for 615 yards and five touchdowns. His junior campaign earned him first-team All-District 11-5A honors.

Williams’ senior season far surpassed what he was able to accomplish the year before. He caught 59 passes for 972 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He once again garnered All-District honors, but also was named to the Class 5A All-State honorable mention by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2007. Williams was rated as the 78th best prospect on the Dallas Morning News’ Top Area 100 that year.

Terrance Williams was considered a two star recruit by Rivals.com after his high school career was completed. He had offers from Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Colorado State, Kansas, and Kansas State, before deciding to enroll at Baylor University in 2008.

College/NCAA

Dallas Cowboys Player Profile: WR #83 Terrance WilliamsTerrance Williams was a member of the Baylor Bears from 2008 to 2012. During his career at Baylor he accumulated a total of 202 receptions for 3,334 receiving yards and 27 touchdowns.

Williams red-shirted his freshman year in 2008, but earned the Bears’ Offensive Squad Award as a member of the scout team. In 2009, he was mostly used on special teams. He averaged 24.06 yards on 31 kick returns and 14.4 yards as a punt returner. He only managed 61 receiving yards and caught only three passes on offense in 2009.

As a sophomore in 2010, Terrance Williams remained a key part of the return game and returned 20 kickoffs for an average of 21.35 yards. He also averaged 11.25 yards on eight punt returns en route to compiling 1,004 all-purpose yards. Williams started 10 games at flanker as a sophomore and finished third on the team with 43 receptions for 484 receiving yards (11.26 YPC) and scored four touchdowns.

In 2011 as a junior, Terrance Williams started 11 games and caught 59 passes, which placed him ninth on the school record chart. He also had 957 receiving yards, which was good for fifth on the annual list. Williams also tied third in the record books after scoring 11 touchdowns.

In his senior season, Terrance Williams led the nation with 1,832 receiving yards and averaged 140.92 receiving yards per game after starting all 13 games. Along with his 1,832 receiving yards, Williams had 97 receptions and scored 12 touchdowns. Terrance also set the single-season record for all-purpose yards in school history with 1,846.

Terrance Williams was a unanimous first-team All-American, as well as a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 honoree. He was also a Biletnikoff Award finalist as a senior in 2012.

2013 NFL Draft

Dallas Cowboys Player Profile: WR #83 Terrance Williams 2The Dallas Cowboys drafted Terrance Williams in the third round (74th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

The Cowboys were initially slated to draft 18th overall the first round, but they decided to trade down with the San Francisco 49ers. The Cowboys received the 49ers first-round draft pick (31stoverall) and a third round draft pick (74th overall) in exchange for their 18th overall draft pick.

The Cowboys used the 31st selection in the first round to draft center Travis Frederick out of Wisconsin. With the 74th pick in the third round, Dallas decided to draft a wide receiver out of Baylor University, Terrance Williams.

NFL Career

Dallas Cowboys Player Profile: WR #83 Terrance Williams 4Like many rookie wide receivers entering the NFL, Terrance Williams took a little while to get up to speed and learn the Dallas Cowboys’ playbook. He struggled early in his rookie season with his route running and dropped passes, but got the chance to prove the type of receiver he could be against the San Diego Chargers in Week 4 when he replaced an injured Miles Austin. He had seven receptions for 71 yards, but also had a costly fumble late in the game when he tried to extend the ball for a touchdown.

He received the start the following week against the Denver Broncos and had four receptions for 151 receiving yards and one touchdown. Williams set a Cowboys’ franchise record for a rookie by scoring a touchdown in four consecutive games by Week 8 against the Detroit Lions. He finished his rookie season with 44 receptions for 736 receiving yards (16.7 average) and five touchdowns.

In 2014, Williams established himself as the legitimate #2 wide receiver and deep threat playing opposite Dez Bryant. He started off his 2014 campaign hot and scored six touchdowns in the first seven weeks of the season. Unfortunately, he seemed to hit a wall and only scored two more touchdowns the remaining 10 weeks of the season, finishing the regular season with 37 receptions for 621 yards and eight touchdowns.

During the playoffs, Terrance Williams proved his playmaker status and caught three passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns against the Detroit Lions’ #2 ranked defense. The highlight of that game was when Williams caught a 14-yard slant pass and ran through four Detroit defenders for a 76 yard touchdown. The next playoff game against the Green Bay Packers, Williams drew a first quarter pass interference call that led to a touchdown and he also scored a 38-yard touchdown reception.

In 2015, Terrance Williams was asked to be more of a threat in the receiving game with Dez Bryant out or injured the majority of the season. He failed to show that he could be a legitimate #1 wide receiver, but the fact that he had to play with four different quarterbacks with varying degrees of knowledge of the offensive system didn’t do him any favors.

His best game came against the Washington Redskins when he had eight receptions for 173 yards with Kellen Moore as his quarterback. He finished the 2015 season with a total of 52 receptions for 840 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

The 2016 season will be a big year for Terrance Williams because he will be entering the last year of his rookie contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

Contract Status

Terrance Williams is entering the final year of his rookie contract. The total value of Williams’ contract is $2,896,972 and $619,472 of that is fully guaranteed. Williams will make an average of $724,243 per year.

In 2016, Williams has a base salary of $1,661,000 and his cap hit will be $1,825,868. He also earned a $10,000 workout bonus.

It is unlikely that the Dallas Cowboys will be able to keep Terrance Williams. His asking price will likely be out of the range that the Cowboys would be willing to match.

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Dallas Cowboys 2019 Draft Needs: Wide Receiver

Jess Haynie

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Amari Cooper

The Dallas Cowboys got a jump on most NFL teams in using their 2019 draft picks. Last October, they traded this year's first rounder to the Oakland Raiders for Pro Bowl receiver Amari Cooper. Thanks to that move, the WR position is not a dire need in this week's draft.

While Dallas won't enjoy the usual 3-4 years of discounted play from a rookie deal, they aren't regretting trading for Cooper. He was the spark that saved their 2018 season, and he reestablished himself as one of the top receivers in football.

Along with Amari, Dallas goes into 2019 with high hopes for last year's third-round pick Michael Gallup. He ascended into a clear number-two role by the end of last season and still has plenty of room to grow.

Dallas mitigated the loss of Cole Beasley in free agency by signing another veteran, the Packers' Randall Cobb, to be their new slot receiver. They also re-signed Tavon Austin as a depth option, though perhaps primarily for his punt return skills. Allen Hurns was also retained using a team option on his contract.

That is a stout top five, and it doesn't even include some of the intriguing prospects such as Noah Brown, Cedrick Wilson, and Lance Lenoir. Dallas also signed Devin Smith, a 2015 second-round pick whose struggled with knee injuries, as a potential reclamation project.

That's nine players currently under contract, all of which provide varying levels of experience and intrigue. Given that, you have to wonder how highly the Cowboys will prioritize the receiver position in this 2019 Draft.

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Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup

While it sounds like the team is loaded at WR right now, that could change very quickly. Cooper and Gallup who have clear long-term futures in Dallas.

Cobb, Austin, and Hurns will all become free agents in 2020. Noah Brown is signed thru 2020 and should be a contributor, but the rest of the players we've mentioned are far from reliable.

Dallas could easily justify drafting a new player now, a young prospect who'd have a four-year rookie deal and the change to be groomed behind veterans. They also have some measures in place to clear room for that player on the roster.

Allen Hurns may be on the roster now but can easily be released, having little dead money on his contract. In fact, many feel that Hurns is only here now as an insurance policy in case of injuries. He may not make it past final cuts as is.

The same really could go for Tavon Austin, too. If the player they draft can also be a return specialist, Austin's value to the team gets reduced.

Nothing says that any of the the younger prospects have to make the team, either. They were all just late-round picks or undrafted players. The Cowboys could decide that a player taken this year is an upgrade, or at least has more upside.

All of this means that the receiver position is a real wild card for Dallas in this 2019 Draft. They could go about as high or low as they want, depending on the talent available.

Cowboys Draft Target: South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel

South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel

Could the Cowboys go as high as their second-round pick? Probably not, given their greater need at positions such as safety, tight end, or defensive tackle. Even a backup running back is a greater current concern than another WR.

But what if someone like Deebo Samuel is available at the 58th pick? He checks a lot boxes for Dallas; slot receiver, return man, and great value if he falls to them in the second round.

If Samuel, or some other WR prospect, is higher on their board than the available safeties or other positions, the Cowboys can justify that pick even that early in the draft.

Because of the Amari Cooper trade, the focus on the 2019 draft is much more about long-term value. Most of the immediate impact players, at least by current projections, will be gone by Dallas' first pick.

The more likely scenario is that Dallas will take a WR somewhere early on Day 3 of the draft. They have two fourth-round picks and a fifth, giving them several shots at a player they like or even the ammo needed to trade up for one.

In conclusion, had it not been for the Amari Cooper trade last year, the receiver position would have been the top priority in this draft. One way or another, Dallas used their 2019 first-round pick to fill that void.

Given the short-term contracts and uncertainty of everyone beyond their starters, they may not be done adding WR talent this year.

Draft Likelihood: 80%
Projected Round: 4th-5th

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2 Longhorns Who Could be Dallas Cowboys After the NFL Draft

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Cowboys Draft: Reviewing Texas DL Charles Omenihu

Yesterday, I took a look at a few Aggies who have garnered some interest from the Dallas Cowboys during the pre-draft process. In order to not leave anybody out, let's take a look at several Texas Longhorns that could be selected by the Cowboys during the NFL Draft this week when the Cowboys go on the clock.

The Cowboys front office and scouting department has shown interest in Charles Omenihu and Lil'Jordan Humphrey from the University of Texas.

Let's take a look at these potential Dallas Cowboys draft picks.

Charles Omenihu, Defensive Line

There seems to be some debate about Texas Longhorns Defensive Lineman Charles Omenihu. Some see him as a defensive tackle because of his size, length, and athleticism, and others see him as an EDGE.

When I watched Omenihu, I had a hard time with his film. I didn't see a guy that was overly impressive in any area. He has a good motor and a good arm over, but I didn't see a guy that would win consistently on the EDGE in the NFL and was strong enough to be a defensive tackle.

He does have a frame that can add more bulk and strength to his game once he gets into an NFL strength and conditioning program and many scouts see him as a round two prospect.

Omenihu was a very productive player in college. totaling 16.5 sacks over the last three seasons in Austin, including 9.5 in his senior season. In 2018, Omenihu also had 18 tackles for loss.

The Dallas Cowboys met with Omenihu at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and looks like a player that meets Rod Marinelli's size requirements for defensive linemen. The question becomes, where does he play?

I think he could be a good rotational player and push for starting snaps after a year or two, but needs some work on his quickness and agility as well as adding strength. If the Cowboys take him, it would likely to be in the third round, but I'm not convinced the Dallas Cowboys will go after a defensive lineman early in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Defense & Fumbles Table
Tackles Def Int Fumbles
Year School Conf Class Pos G Solo Ast Tot Loss Sk Int Yds Avg TD PD FR Yds TD FF
2015 Texas Big 12 FR DE 9 15 2 17 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 1
2016 Texas Big 12 SO DE 12 17 9 26 4.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
*2017 Texas Big 12 JR DL 13 20 7 27 7.0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 2
*2018 Texas Big 12 SR DL 14 33 12 45 18.0 9.5 0 0 0 1 1 1
Career Texas 85 30 115 30.0 16.5 0 0 0 1 2 4
Provided by CFB at Sports Reference: View Original Table
Generated 4/22/2019.

Projected Round: Late 2nd, Early 3rd

Cowboys Draft Probability: 50%

Lil'Jordan Humphrey, Wide Receiver

The Dallas Cowboys have been heavily interested in adding a wide receiver this offseason and did so with the addition of Randal Cobb. They aren't done, however, with Cobb and Allen Hurns set to be free agents in the 2020 offseason. In that vein, the Dallas Cowboys met with several receivers throughout the pre-draft process including Texas Wide Receiver Lil'Jordan Humphrey.

Humprhey is a wide receiver type that they don't have on their roster. At 6-4 and 225 pounds, Humphrey would immediately be the biggest wide receiver on their depth chart. His size provides a nice catch radius and good red zone threat. He scored a lot of touchdowns in 2018.

Receiving & Rushing Table
Receiving Rushing Scrimmage
Year School Conf Class Pos G Rec Yds Avg TD Att Yds Avg TD Plays Yds Avg TD
2016 Texas Big 12 FR WR 3 2 15 7.5 0 0 0 0 2 15 7.5 0
*2017 Texas Big 12 SO WR 11 37 431 11.6 1 6 41 6.8 1 43 472 11.0 2
*2018 Texas Big 12 JR WR 14 86 1176 13.7 9 6 25 4.2 1 92 1201 13.1 10
Career Texas 125 1622 13.0 10 12 66 5.5 2 137 1688 12.3 12
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Generated 4/22/2019.

Humphrey was a productive player his senior season with the Longhorns and caught 86 passes fo 1,176 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had a touchdown rushing. For someone with his size, he had a very difficult scouting combine, running only a 4.75 40-yard dash and didn't do well in the vertical or broad jump.

It's odd to me that a guy standing 6-4 would only jump in the 27th percentile at the wide receiver position.

The Dallas Cowboys have been looking at wide receivers, but it's likely they're looking at guys who are slot receivers or who have sub-4.4 speed. So think of names like Deebo Samuel, Andy Isabella, or Jalen Hurd in the slot. The speed guys they've looked into are Emanuel Hall and Mecole Hardman.

Humphrey is a possibility as the team thought enough of his film to make sure they met with him while in Indianapolis, but I think it's highly unlikely that he hears his name called by the Dallas Cowboys this weekend.

Projected Round: 5th Round

Cowboys Draft Probability: 10%

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One guy I didn't mention that could find his name called by the Cowboys is Cornerback Kris Boyd. He's likely a fifth or sixth round defensive back target, but he hasn't been linked with the Cowboys in the pre-draft process. It's not the most important thing, but they like to draft players that they've met with.

The other thing that makes it unlikely that Boyd wears a star on his helmet is his height. Under Richard, the Cowboys are looking to get taller at cornerback. Most of the corners they've brought in in the pre-draft process are 6-0 or taller. Boyd at 5-11 will get drafted by someone, but it won't be the Cowboys.

The Dallas Cowboys could take a shot on one of these players in the draft that starts on Thursday. Many analysts like Charles Omenihu more than I do, and I can see why. He's a really intriguing player. With Rod Marinelli, he could become a really good player, but he needs some work. If there was a Texas player they were going to draft, it would be Omenihu in the second or third round this week and he'd immediately compete for snaps at 3-tech and right defensive end.


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Mauricio’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Full Two Rounds

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Mauricio's 2019 NFL Draft Mock Draft 2.0: Full Two Rounds

I can't wait for the 2019 NFL Draft and I'm sure you can't either. We're only a few days away from knowing how things will work out on a draft class filled with intriguing storylines, starting from the first overall pick.

I've written my second and final Mock Draft of the year, this time doing a deep dive into the second round. The Dallas Cowboys don't pick until the 58th spot, the only second round pick for which I have written a brief description. Make sure to let me know what you think about my latest Mock Draft in the comments section below or on Twitter @MauNFL!

Note: This mock doesn't include any sort of trades. Enjoy!

 

R1/1 - ARI: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

The Cardinals find a new QB for Kliff Kingsbury's offense. It's a wild story line, but it certainly seems like a true one. This will happen. The question is where will Josh Rosen end up?

R1/2 - SF: Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

Best player in the class. Nick Bosa will be a successful pass rusher in the NFL and the 49ers are very luck to see him "fall" to the second overall pick.

R1/3 - NYJ: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

If the Jets can't trade this pick away, Quinnen Williams might be the way to go. Lately, pressure in the interior has grown more and more important in the NFL. Ed Oliver could also be an option here, and his name has been making a buzz at #3.

R1/4 - OAK: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

Ed Oliver has been disrespected throughout this process. Many have him falling to the teens in their mock drafts, but not me. The Raiders find an insanely talented defensive tackle at four.

R1/5 - TB: Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

The Bucs get a premium pass rusher for their defense early in the Draft. A quarterback wouldn't surprise me, but they opt for the best player available.

R1/6 - NYG: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

Time for a new era in New York. I believe that era begins with Dwayne Haskins, a QB they reportedly like and want in this upcoming Draft. That's a rumor I'm buying.

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R1/7 - JAC: T.J. Hockenson, TE , Iowa

Jawaan Taylor has been the most heard name at this pick, but I believe T.J. Hockenson ends up being too good of a player to pass on here. Nick Foles succeeded in Philly with quality tight ends and the Jaguars give him one of the best prospects in the Draft in Hockenson.

R1/8 - DET: Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

Many doubt how far will Montez Sweat will fall but I have the Lions taking a chance on one of the best prospects in the Draft.

R1/9 - BUF: Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama

The Bills will be tempted to go for a skill player at this pick, but Jonah Williams is a very wise selection. They get offensive line help that can play anywhere they ask him to.

R1/10 - DEN: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

Joe Flacco might be the guy for 2019, but the Broncos get a young prospect for the future. Lock can make all the throws and has ton of potential.

R1/11 - CIN: Devin White, LB, LSU

Devin White is your ideal middle linebacker. He has the speed and range needed to be a quality starter in the NFL and the Bengals fill an important need.

R1/12 - GB: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

The Packers prepare for life after often-injured 30-year old Ryan Bulaga. Jawaan Taylor is a physical prospect with tons of upside at right tackle.

R1/13 - MIA: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

The Dolphins must get help at offensive line. They start by adding Andre Dillard, a player ready to step in and play.

R1/14 - ATL: Rashan Gary, EDGE, Michigan

Gary has a lot of athletic talent and the Falcons will try to exploit it in Atlanta. Fourteen is great value for Rashan Gary.

R1/15 - WAS: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan

The Redskins could use a QB, but Josh Rosen might be their way to address that need. Here they find one of the best defensive prospects in Devin Bush. The linebacker class won't look pretty after the top two prospects are gone.

R1/16 - CAR: Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

The Panthers need to help their offensive and defensive line. In this scenario the best prospect is on the defensive side. Brian Burns heads to Carolina.

R1/17 - NYG: Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson

Wilkins might end up surprising all of us and be gone earlier than expected. The Giants find a quality interior defender who can rush the passer.

R1/18 - MIN: OL, Cody Ford, Oklahoma

The Vikings need to help their offensive line. If there's no one available, they probably should reach for one. Cody Ford provides decent value, and the Vikings get help.

R1/19 - TEN: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

At 19, Metcalf could be a steal. He's a WR1 in the NFL and the Titans will pair him up with Corey Davis.

R1/20 - PIT: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

Williams has prototypical size for the NFL. The Steelers take the first cornerback off the board.

R1/21 - SEA: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

Russell Wilson just got paid and the Seahawks opt to get him a weapon early in the Draft. Marquise Brown is a dangerous play-maker and should thrive with Wilson as his QB.

R1/22 - BAL: Clelin Ferrell , EDGE, Clemson

The Ravens need to invest on a pass rusher. Ferrell has a high floor for the NFL and could contribute right away.

R1/23 - HOU: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

Hockenson might be the best prospect from Iowa but Fant isn't far behind. He's a very complete tight end who can block and produce in the passing game. Deshaun Watson gets a new friend at tight end.

R1/24 - OAK: Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky

Lonnie Johnson's name has been buzzing in first round rumors and the Raiders could emerge as a possible landing spot. Lonnie Johnson has a lot of traits needed to shine in the NFL and would be a good pick by Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden. Raiders scouts likely won't get a say in this one since they'll be watching the Draft at home.

R1/25 - PHI: Jefferey Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

Jeffery Simmons is way too good to slip out of the first round. The Eagles are a complete team that can take the risk here.

R1/26 - IND: Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

The Colts could find a WR here, but they own the 34th pick. They'd be better off by securing the safety they want.

R1/27 - OAK: Irv Smith, TE, Alabama

The Raiders get another weapon for their offense in Irv Smith, a full-rounded TE. He'll contribute right away.

R1/28 - LAC: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

Byron Murphy fills a need and is the best DB available here. The Chargers shouldn't overthink this one.

R1/29 - KC: Garrett Bradbury, OC, N.C. State

The Chiefs should avoid reaching for an edge rusher and wait for later instead. Garrett Bradbury would be an excellent pick. Get Mahomes a long-term center.

R1/30 - GB: Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

If Daniel Jones is still on the board here, I wouldn't be surprised if the Packers do the same they did when they drafted Aaron Rodgers. Get a young player with talent for the future. Green Bay has done its homework on the QB class throughout this process.

R1/31 - LAR: DT, Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

The Rams add talent to their defensive line with Dexter Lawrence. At the end of Round 1, Lawrence is worth it. Lawrence is great against the run, but he's also able to rush the passer when needed.

R1/32 - NE: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss

With the final pick of the first round, the Patriots get Tom Brady an athletic WR who can get open and has a lot of upside.

R2/33 - ARI: Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

R2/34 - IND: N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

R2/35 - OAK: Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

R2/36 - SF: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

R2/37 - NYG: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

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R2/38 - JAC: Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

R2/39 - TB: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

R2/40 - BUF: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame

R2/41 - DEN: Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State

R2/42 - CIN: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State

R2/43 - DET: Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan

R2/44 - GB: Nassir Aderley, S, Delaware

R2/45 - ATL: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State

R2/46 - WAS: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

R2/47 - CAR: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

R2/48 - MIA: Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College

R2/49 - CLE: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida

R2/50 - MIN: Erik McCoy, OC, Texas A&M

R2/51 - TEN: Mack WIlson, LB, Alabama

R2/52 - PIT: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

R2/53 - PHI: Elgton Jenkins , OC, Mississippi State

R2/54 - HOU: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

R2/55 - HOU: Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech

R2/56 - NE: Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan

R2/57 - PHI: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

R2/58 - DAL: Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

The Cowboys biggest need lies at safety. At 58, the Cowboys aren't likely to find guys like Taylor Rapp or Jonathan Abram. Instead, I think they'll be in the range of Juan Thornhill, Amani Hooker, Darnell Savage and perhaps Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. Out of this group of guys, I like Thornhill the best.
He is a great tackler, a natural ball-hawk and a smart player. He would be an excellent player to pair with Xavier Woods and take the Cowboys' defense to the next level.

R2/59 - IND: Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

R2/60 - LAC: Dre'mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

R2/61 - KC: Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

R2/62 - NO: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

R2/63 - KC: Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

R2/64 - NE: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

Tell me what you think about "Mauricio’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Full Two Rounds" in the comments below, or tweet me @MauNFL and let’s talk football! If you like football and are looking for a Dallas Cowboys show in Spanish, don’t miss my weekly Facebook Live! show, Primero Cowboys!


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