1. CB/KR Devin McCourty 5-11 193 Rutgers - I think the Cowboys were very excited by Jenkins' play last year and could draft another CB to groom this year. I know we have Scandrick in the wings, but McCourty has sub 4.4 speed too and is an excellent special teamer to boot. He's got experience as a gunner, jammer (7 blocked kicks), and kick returner (98 yard TD last year), which really adds to his value. By drafting McCourty, you can take Felix off ST's, keep Ball at safety and replace Watkins with him on coverages. It's possible, but I seriously doubt Bryant, Iupati or Thomas makes it to our pick. McCourty might not make it to #27 either, but if he does then Jerry should pull the trigger and not reach for players who are 2nd round talent. 2. WR Damaryuis Thomas 6-3 224 Georgia Tech - Probably way too low for Thomas, but until he works out, this is where I'm going to put him. The fact, that he didn't play in any pro style or spread type offense could hurt his stock...but I doubt it. I think he's going to be a beast for any offense he goes to. He won't get past the 2nd round, as long as he puts up a decent workout IMO. If he can't plant and run on his foot before the draft, then he could slip behind more polished receivers to the late 2nd. I have no problem taking Thomas at #59... even without a workout. 3. OG John Jerry 6-6 328 Mississippi - Has a ton of experience starting 46 games with 25 coming at RG and 21 at RT. Last year he played 8 games at RT and switched to RG the last 4 games. At the combine, he matched Campbell in the shuttle (4.69) and broad jump (8'05") and ran faster (5.15) than Okung, Bulaga, Davis and Brown among others in the 40, even though he was heavier at 328lbs. He's also one of the strongest OL in this draft with 31 reps at his pro day. So, he can anchor against the pass and get downfield in the running game too. He's probably most comfortable and projects best at RG. Jerry has a nice combination of size, experience and quickness and is a solid late 3rd round pick IMO. 4. DE Clifton Geathers 6-8 299 South Carolina - Sometimes, when you see a player with loads of untapped potential, you just go with your gut and make sure nobody else grabs him. Geathers does have NFL bloodlines and is a massive DE for any tackle to handle. His long arms alone (37 3/4) should give OL nightmares. All he needs is a coach like Wade, to teach him better technique and to utilize his strengths. Just imagine Geathers and Ware coming at you from the right side. I think Geathers can be an eventual starter and twice as good as Chris. Canty. Add all that up and I'm pulling the trigger in the late 4th round. 6. FB John Conner 5-11 246 Kentucky - Simply the best lead blocking FB in the draft. Just as strong and a little faster, than Deon Anderson was coming out of college. Has 8 TD's to his credit with 4 running and 4 receiving. In 51 games, he's only carried the ball 54 times, but is able to get the 1st down with a 4.6 average. Hard nosed football player with plenty of experience at the FB position. Conner shouldn't have any trouble beating out Anderson in running drills, but he could be lagging in pass protection. A potential starter at FB and that pushes Conner up to a late 6th round pick. 7. FS Jeromy Miles 6-2 210 Massachusetts - Good sized FS prospect with plenty of experience and a team captain along with Ducasse. Transfered from the Navy as a sophomore in 2007. Has started 47 straight games with 294 tackles, 10.5 TFL, 7 FF, 5 FR, 9 INT's, 1 TD and 23 PD. Was not invited to the combine, but ran a 4.45 and 4.46 at his pro day with 13 reps. What I like most about Miles is that he's durable, has good speed, is a ballhawk type and just makes plays. Plus, I can already picture Jeromy Miles and Miles Austin standing side by side...just like Owens did with Jeff Terrell.