I posted an article earlier about record breaking underclassmen coming out for the NFL draft, now is the time to possibly consider trading down if some players you think are going to be there, and your board is loaded in 1st round. That's 94 underclassmen declaring, with your superior scouting department that you say you have Jerry Jones, now we will find out, maybe this will be a super draft like in 1975, when the Cowboys got the dirty dozen or in 90s when Jimmy Johnson made the super trades too and got super players to boot. Keep in mind, in 2006, the cowboys got a steal in the 3rd round, because teams didn't know him well and that player was Jason Witten. Cowboys trade down to the Green Bay packers slot in first round, in return the Cowboys swap number 1 picks, While adding in the Packers 3rd and 4th rounder, the 85th and 117th picks. So, picking 21st in the first round the Dallas Cowboys take Louis Nix, DT, if Nix Is gone the Cowboys take DT/DE DT RaShede Hageman Minnesota Like the Chargers the offense is clearly in good hands with Chip Kelly who is helping Nick Foles look like an All-Pro. The 3-4 defense really seems to succeed when the front line has versatile and athletic guys capable of playing multiple spots. Ra’Shede Hageman is an athletic freak with size, strength and explosive potential that could help push that unit over the top. School: Notre Dame | Conference: FBS Independents College Experience: Junior | Hometown: Jacksonville, FL Vitals Height 6-2 Arm Length - Weight 352 lbs. Hand Length 5.17 in the 40,, going to have knee surgery, so should fall some in the draft. Overview The Florida native comes from a tough background, but the 325-pounder has a bright football future if he stays dedicated to the game. Nix was highly recruited out of high school and chose Notre Dame over several in-state programs, including Florida, Florida State and Miami (Fla.). After redshirting in 2010, he started 11 games as a first-year player at the nose guard position, anchoring the middle of the Irish's three-man front. Nix finished with 45 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and a half-sack. After a breakthrough 2012, Nix was overweight to start the '13 season. Just as he started to round into shape, he missed two games with knee tendinitis that ultimately turned out to be a torn meniscus. When healthy, Nix displayed the unique blend of power and burst that has earned him first round buzz throughout much of his career. He earned All-Independent first team honors from the media, and hired an agent in December to prepare for the 2014 NFL Draft despite ongoing rehab for his knee injury - which was due to require platelet-rich plasma therapy and surgery after the 2013 season, according to Irish coach Brian Kelly. Nix has struggled with the pressure and expectations of playing for a high-profile program away from home, but he also flashes a rare skill-set for a player his size and strength. Add the hustle, competitive drive and love of football and Nix presents an enticing prospect for NFL evaluators and he will receive attention by teams drafting in the top-10. The knee injury does create some concern, but few prospects have his combination of fluid athleticism, natural power and sheer size. Analysis STRENGTHS: Built like a full-grown man with a large frame and strong muscle definition throughout his body. Nimble feet with the lateral quickness to explode in any direction and chase down the action in pursuit. Carries his weight so natural for a 340+ pounder, shifting his weight well with the agile footwork to quickly change directions. Plays hard with a feisty motor. Applies quick pressure by splitting gaps, using a quick arm-over swim move and bull-rushing his opponent deep into the pocket. Has the hand strength and initial get-off momentum to bully blockers on their heels, showing leverage and active limbs. Keeps his eyes on the ball and shows the awareness to anticipate and track plays. WEAKNESSES: Entered the 2013 season a bit overweight and struggled to dominate early in the year following a breakout 2012 campaign. Needs to develop counter moves after he's initially stonewalled at the point of attack and didn't have many answers for the consistent double-teams he saw in South Bend. Strong, but needs to consistently use his power at the point of attack to wreak havoc and dispose of blockers. High character kid, but needs to control his emotions on the field and play consistently focused and level-headed for all four quarters. Medical check will be important with expected postseason knee surgery. COMPARES TO: B.J. Raji, Packers -- While he flashes terrific talent, Nix wasn't able to consistently make the type of impact that many expected in 2013. Nix is light on his feet and carries his weight tremendously for a 340+ pounder with range to make plays up and down the line of scrimmage. In 2nd round, the Cowboys trade back up, using one of their 7th round picks, to the rams for their 2nd round pick. With that pick, the Cowboys take DE Stefon Tuitt, if Tuitt, at 6-5 ½ 298, I kinda like taking Tuitt, because Nix & Tuitt played with each other and knows each other, but if Tuitt isnt there the cowboys take DE Kony Ealy. ,4.77 in 40, at 6-5 245, kinda lightweight at DE. In 3rd round with the Cowboys own 3rd rounder the Cowboys take Sentrel Henderson OT, with the Cowboys extra 3rd rounder in trade with Green Bay the Cowboys take Yawin Smallwood LB. In 4th round the Cowboys take Ryan Groy OG from Wisconsin, with the Packers 4th rounder acquired in a trade, the Cowboys take Kelcy Quarles DT, now the front defense is fixed for the Cowboys. I feel that yeah, Heath took some punishment last year, but will only get better, and with our other safety J J Wilcox, our safety position will be fixed. There still is a possibility that Matt Johnson will be finally able to play and show what he can do, but only mother time can tell that. In 5th round the Cowboys take QB Jeff Matthews or QB Zach Mettenberger The Cowboys do luck out in the 6th round by getting an supplemental draft pick, with 3 more coming in the 7th round. The Cowboys take Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley State 6-3 218 4.43 This guy has speed to burn, something our offense needs, and can replace Austin. In 7th round, with still 2 picks in 7th round due to trades, etc and 3 extra picks in supplemental picks the Cowboys load up on potential picks. 7th round Larry Webster – DE – Bloomsburg – 6’6, 240– Larry is an athletic freak of nature. Larry is a converted basketball center, who has great family genes. His father was a former NFL Standout for the Ravens. Keep any eye on this kid., this kid is very raw, will take a year to develop, some teams are even looking at him as a TE. Kadeem EdwardsOG Tennessee State6' 4"290 7th round: Billy TurnerOT North Dakota State6' 6"314 Steal at this round, granted I have heard that the OT Turner maybe taken in 6th round, you just never know. 7th round: Matt HazelWR Coastal Carolina6' 3"190 Another speed wr. 7th round: Supplemental pick Glenn CarsonILB Penn State6' 3"235 One of those productive linebakers at Penn St.