...we salute you. While sitting on my couch pretending to be the Cowboys GM again I was moved to create yet another Mock Draft because I am addicted. I always appreciate feedback, good and bad. Oh, and for anyone suggesting a Kicker... :moon: With the 27th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft the Dallas Cowboys select... 1. (27) Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho, 6'6", 325. I keep seeing the predictions of him rising, and he might. I just am not sure many of the teams ahead of us can pass up other needs. They tried him at LT during the Senior Bowl practices and the results were not as stellar. He very well may be a LT some day, but for the 2010 Draft he still projects to be drafted as a Guard. So for now I still have him falling to us at our pick. He is a bookend mauler who would be an instant starter at LG. It is a marriage made in heaven. 2. (59) Vladimir Ducasse, OT, UMass, 6'5", 330. He projects to RT in the NFL. This leaves Free to focus on LT and Robert Brewster likely moves to OG to back up Davis. He is rising up the Draft boards and has now moved into the 2nd round on most draft publications though a few still have him in the 3rd. If the Cowboys take OL with their top 2 picks some will say it isn't sexy. I won't be among that crowd. I want to see a bulldozer OL in Big D again. 3. (91) Mike Neal, DE, Purdue, 6'4", 302. With three Free Agent DEs I just feel we are going to need one. My favorite is Jared Odrick, but I can't have him dropping out of the 2nd round. Mike Neal is a good fit in Dallas. He had 11.5 TFL and pushing the pocket as a 3-4 DE is crucial. 4. (123) Eric Olsen, C, Notre Dame, 6'4", 320. I want to solidify the entire OL. This guy plays in a Pro Style Offense and is smart. No more revolving doors on OL to kill our QB. Olsen has a nasty streak that you like in OL. 6. (187) Devin Ross, CB, Arizona, 5'11", 173. I had to go homer at least once this off season, and we need CB depth. Devin Ross can seriously play. 12 pass deflections in 2009. He immediately solves depth issues and he is fast. Can play the slot and is most comfortable in man coverage. 7. (219) Brandon Banks, KR/PR, Kansas State, 5'7", 170. Let me introduce you to my favorite little man. I feel like Special Teams returns are our biggest need. This little big man is going to run about 4.3 in the 40 and he is so fast on Punt and Kick Returns that he is an instant weapon. He plays WR on Offense and would immediately stretch Defenses to keep them honest. Just send him on a fly and watch the middle of the field open up.