After reading a small article about Michael Irvin's impressions on Janoris Jenkins, I'm beginning to feel like he is worthy of a second round pick. Yes, he has had some bad off-field issues, but he is also arguably the best cornerback in the draft, and if you can get that in the second round, it should be considered. So, this is my mock. 1st Round: Fletcher Cox- around four months ago I was a Michael Brockers fan for our first pick. My wife hates him for the Dallas Cowboys, and began searching for a better pick. She showed me footage of this guy, and I was blown away. His feet are always moving, and he makes great plays on almost every drive. I watched as much footage as I could on this guy, repeatedly. Unfortunately, he is moving up draft boards and may be unattainable. I like Mark Barron, but I feel an elite pass rusher is the better choice for the boys. If he is available, get him. 2nd Round: Janoris Jenkins- I hate off-field issues. I think it is damanging to the player, the team and the organization. However, I think the talent that Janoris Jenkins brings to the team can make a defense instantly better. We have taken chances on players in the second round for the last two years, each with serious injuries, why not take one with off field issues. Sit him down with Demarcus Ware and Jay Ratliff and show him the large men he would be disappointing if he makes any mistakes. I don't think he is a bad person, just a good football player that has put himself in bad situations. Team him with the right guys, and he will suceed. 3rd Round: Brandon Taylor- I love this pick. Obviously, Mark Barron is the better selection, but this kid Loves Football. He loves to hit, hes humble in interviews and he brings enthusiasm to the game. Furthermore, I think he could contribute instantly to the team. In the first three picks, we have taken care of our needs on defense. 4th Round: Chris Rainey- A small speedy running back that would be great for check off passes. He can make a two yard pass turn into a first down. Furthermore, he can be used as a slot reciever. Love the versatility he can bring to a football team. 4th Round: Phillip Blake- Im not sure of the OL that will be selected at this time, and have only seen extensive footage on Phillip Blake because of RGIII. However, I thought this guy was a good solid Center. He is a Center, not a guard in hopes to be converted to center. That hurt us last year. Another big body to help Romo feel safe in the pocket. This name isnt definite for my draft, just a guy I know better than the others. If Dallas gets an OL, I think it should be around this time; no earlier. We need to take care of Defense first. 5th Round: Ryan Broyles/ T.Y. Hilton- I'm not specifically interested in either of these recievers. Honestly, I like the style of a Mohamed Sanu, but he will be gone in the second and that is not a need for us at that time. Here we can pick up a good slot reciever. We know how much Tony loves those. 6th Round: Braylon Broughton: This is that guy you definitely want in the sixth round. Love his size, measurables, and what he may become. I see Justin Tuck written all over this guy's forehead. If we can pick him up, then our DL lineup would be (or what I would like them to ideally be) Geathers, Ratliff, Cox, with Lissemore and Broughton as subs. Spears and Hatcher there too. WE have a present for you RGIII!!! 7th Round: Best TE available: Not a big fan of getting a tight end in the draft. Wittens always there, and Phillips is better than what many people give him credit for. A third tight end is necessary, but I'm just not excited about it. I guess the NC State guy. Yea, thats it. Get that NC State guy. Boom, your team. Please Comment, I love disagreements. Just remember, we all want whats best for our team; we just have different ideas about what that is. God Bless all you Cowboys fans and good luck in the draft tonight.