1. #16 Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh Sr 6-1 285 Probably the perfect fit for the Cowboys. Dee Ford DE Auburn rSr 6-2 252 I'm not sold on him as a mid 1st rounder. *Calvin Pryor FS Louisville Jr 5-11 207 I'm not sold on him as a mid 1st rounder. 2. #47 *Stephon Tuitt DT Notre Dame Jr 6-5 304 Solid player. *Scott Crichton DE Oregon State rJr 6-3 273 I think he will go earlier. If not, good pick here. *Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington Jr 6-5 262 (just kidding) HAha. Telvin Smith OLB Florida State Sr 6-3 218 Good player, but I would wait an see if he falls to the 3rd due to size issues. 3. #78 *Tre Mason RB Auburn Jr 5-8 207 Would most likely be the BPA if he makes it to this pick. Will Sutton DT Arizona State rSr 6-0 303 Nooooo. I fear that he is a Drake Nevis clone. We got to see Nevis up close in the Cowboys scheme and he just couldn't overcome the short arms combined with short stature. Cyril Richardson OG Baylor rSr 6-5 329 On paper this looks like a good value, but there is something just not right about this player. He lacks consistent aggressiveness in games and got his butt whipped at the Senior Bowl. Coming to the Senior Bowl about 15 lbs overweight shows a lack of motivation. There are a lot of good options at OG throughout his draft. Look at Brandon Thomas, Billy Turner or Dakota Dozier in this area of the draft. Marcus Smith DE Louisville Sr 6-3 251 Good pick if available. *Kelcy Quarles DT South Carolina Jr 6-4 297 Good pick if available. 4. #115 *Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor rJr 5-9 201 Good pick if available. I'm surprised that he is rated this low. Aaron MurrayInjured QB Georgia rSr 6-0 207 Not a terrible idea, but I would prefer to pass. *Dion Bailey FS Southern California rJr 6-0 201 I'm not sure the Cowboys really need another 4th round Safety. If they don't think the guys they have can get it done, they probably need an early pick or a free agent. Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor Sr 6-0 212 I'm not sure the Cowboys really need another 4th round Safety. If they don't think the guys they have can get it done, they probably need an early pick or a free agent. Andre WilliamsInjured RB Boston College Sr 5-11 230 Hasn't he had multiple injury issues? He's might be a bit one dimensional with questions about Pass Protection and Receiving ability. 5. #147 Chris Watt OG Notre Dame rSr 6-3 310 Decent player. I think he can start in the NFL at some point. Having said that, this is a deep draft at OG and I think there are some other guys with higher upsides available. Michael Schofield OT Michigan rSr 6-6 301 I would prefer to draft higher upside players here. *George Uko DT Southern California rJr 6-3 284 I love this guy's "motor". He never stops moving. Decent athleticism also. 7. 3 picks Jay Prosch FB Auburn rSr 6-1 256 I would prefer Trey Millard who is a more multidimensional player. *De'Anthony Thomas RB Oregon Jr 5-9 174 Good returner at a minimum. L'Damian Washington WR Missouri rSr 6-4 195 Good project with excellent height and speed. Carrington Byndom CB Texas Sr 5-11 180 The Cowboys already have smallish guys for the #4 and #5 CB positions. They really need to bring in some guys with size/length to compete. The NFL is being dominated by the monster sized receivers these days. Trey MillardInjured FB Oklahoma Sr 6-2 247 Good pick. Can do more than most FBs. Max Bullough ILB Michigan State Sr 6-3 249 Too slow for Marinelli's scheme, IMO. Dri Archer WR Kent State rSr 5-8 173 This would be a fun pick with all that speed.