Free Agency: 1) Re-sign Anthony Spencer. 2) Keep Ratliff I think the Cowboys find a way to resign Spencer, but will make no other major free agency adds. This will leave us with needs at OL, DL, S, LB, RB. Need to find a starter at Guard, Safety, and SLB, and possible RT. Need serious depth for the defensive line and offensive line. Mock Draft: RD1- #18- Jonathan Cooper/ Guard / North Carolina RD2- #47 - Kawaan Short / Defensive Tackle/ Purdue RD3- #80- Chris Faulk / Offensive Tackle/ LSU RD4- #111- T.J. McDonald / Safety/ USC RD5- # 144- Mike Gillislee / Running Back / Florida RD6- #175 - Stansly Maponga / Defensive End / TCU The 1st round will really set the tone for the draft. This team needs help in the trenches, and with this mock they beef up in the middle on both sides of the line with the first 2 picks. I would not be opposed to trading down in the first and picking up an extra 2nd or 3rd. Picking an injured Faulk could really be a bonus for this team. He could compete with Free and Parnell this year or get healthy and start next year. I can see McDonald slipping some, and would be worth the risk in the 4th round. Of course he knows Kiffin's system and has to be better than Danny McCray. Will compete with Church returning from injury and the injury prone Matt Johnson. This team needs to take a Running back with Felix being a free agent and Demarco having injury concerns. I like Gillislee from Florida alot. No need to draft a guy early. Rounds 3-5 could really provide good depth in this area. If not Gillislee then someone like Franklin, Barner, or Michael would be good . Round 6 is a wild card. Maponga would provide good depth for the defensive line. I would love for this team to add some dynamic speed and playmakers to this team. Someone Denard Robinson, Tavon Austin, Marquise Goodwin, and even the Honey Badger. But this team has to many needs to take what I would call a luxury pick. If they can somehow trade down in the 1st and pick up an extra pick, then they should look at a player of this caliber.