Here is how i hope the draft goes, but i will put down a back-up plan because who knows what will happen.
a. Dwayne Jarrett
- WR USC
The next great big NFL reciever having this guy out there with Owens and Glenn would make our offense instantly among the greats in the league. Also puts Owens up against it in regards to his behavior.
b. Aaron Ross
- CB Texas
Perfect young corner, if all goes right will be the starter opposite Newman by week 1 leaving Glenn and Reeves to battle for the nickel spot, and Henry as Free Safety/ backup corner
a. Eric Weddle
- S Utah
Great playmaker, Phillips kind of free safety
b. Greg Olsten - TE Miami
(joking, hes great but we dont' need him unless we can project him to reciever)
b.(REAL) Paul Posluzny
- OLB Penn State
Pass rushing talent and student of the game blessed with a briliant mind due to size coaching staff looking at playing him at Strong Safety to spell Roy Williams some.
a. Brian Leonard
- FB Rutgers
A versatile player like Richie Anderson was for us a few years ago, this guy can carry the rock, block for the rock, and catch the rock. A perfect player to help Romo grow.
b. Quin Pitcock
- DT Ohio State
Strong, Young, Big, and healthy would be a great young guy to come in and spell Furgy inside as well as playing beside him in our 4 man fronts. Don't let his 301 lbs fool you hes big.
a. Ryan Harris
- OT Notre Dame
Athletic tackle to keep the rotation moving incase we lose Columbo, or one of our younger tackles don't pan out. Shows great potential.
b. Mason Crosby
- K Colorado
If available, he would seemingly solve our kicker curse (its dallas though it may never end
) If not available look for my pick c in the 5th round.
a. Tim Duckworth
- OG Auburn
Big, and physical to help the run game but would hinder our fast schemes such as screens. he is a project.
b. Dallas Baker
- WR Florida
He has the physical skills and with work on explosion, and blocking could become at worst a steady possesion reciever and optimally a game changer.
c. Justin Medlock
- K UCLA
Very good kicker, he can be very good. I have seen him this is a good backup 5th or we can use one of our 7th on him if Baker or Duckworth are still available at 5.
a. Zac Taylor
- QB Nebraska
Good arm, Good accuracy worked in a pro style system for 4 years under Bill Callahan in Nebraska. Strangely I would feel comfortable going into the season with only him behind Romo.
b. Chris Denman
- OT Fresno State
Tall, Athletic, and carries good weight what more can you ask for? plus he played 3 years at Fresno State that has supplied the NFL with some nasty o-lineman lately such as Logan Mankins.
don't wanna bust my mind on the 7th round for I will never be able to guess, and nobody will even know who im trying to talk about because these guys are almost unheard of this late but they could be good nonetheless!
Hopefully I didn't cheat too much (pick players lower that realistic) but I'll bet some people can point out some such mistakes
Enjoy i hope some people can agree with it