I've spent about an hour just looking at players, and this is the only thing that I can come up with that I am somewhat completely satisfied with - in terms of players that can step in right away and make a difference.
*I think the Cowboys will consider giving Spencer a shot at SOLB. If that's the case, DE is a huge priority (see below)
*They might look for safety depth in FA, plus Matt Johnson will be a pseudo-addition (hopefully).
*I think I have been over-looking the fact that the Cowboys could seriously look at tackle options early on.
18 - Ezekiel Ansah - DE, BYU
Has some versatility across the D-Line but main role would be opposite of DeMarcus Ware. Ability to play DT on some downs would make some PT for Tyrone Crawford.
47. Barrett Jones - C, Alabama
Immediately steps in takes charge of this o-line. I am sick and tired of the revolving door at center. 7th round pick for Ryan Cook wasn't terrible, but he's not the long term answer.
80. Brandon Williams - DT, Missouri Southern
This guy is quick/disruptive, and yet still big enough to hold up against the run in the trenches. Dominated on the D2 level and proved that he could still do well against FBS players in the Senior Bowl.
111. Brennan Williams - OT, North Carolina
This guy will shoot up boards and is on the fringe of 3-4 guy right now. I really like him as a RT that could challenge Parnell/Free next year and would eventually take over.
144. Kenjon Barner - RB, Oregon
Need stability behind Murray since Fat Felix is gone, and Barner would be a good change of pace guy that would see 15-20 snaps per game as someone who could do a multitude of things for the Cowboys.
175. Tyrann Mathieu - CB, LSU Dorm
I took heat for having a draft crush on Vontaze Burfict last year, and Mathieu will be a polarizing subject if the Cowboys are indeed targeting him. In the 6th round, I don't see why any team wouldn't take a shot on him. I think he's Charles Tillman 2.0
That's all I got. My head hurts, must be from the second-hand high of our 6th round pick