Kansas cornerback Aqib Talib was expected to workout for the Cowboys on Friday at Dallas Day but was an unexplained no-show. Talib is regarded as one of the top five cornerbacks in the draft and a player the Cowboys may target at No. 22 if he is available. The Cowboys worked out 31 players from local colleges and high schools and could have benefitted from seeing Talib train at Valley Ranch. Talib, however, is expected to come to Valley Ranch for a pre-draft visit. More to come on the doings at Dallas Day. _ Rick Herrin Posted at 12:53 PM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) Dallas Day done 12:44 PM Fri, Apr 11, 2008 | Permalink | Yahoo! Buzz Albert Breer E-mail News tips The Cowboys just wrapped up their "Dallas Day" workouts, and the 30 or so players have come and gone after eating a barbecue lunch courtesy of the team. The highest profile prospect slated to be here -- Kansas CB Aqib Talib -- couldn't make it because of a scheduling conflict. He's going through a tour of visits right now, with the draft two weeks away, and he and the Cowboys couldn't make it work today. The rules, as they were explained to me, work like this: Anyone who's hometown or college is in the Dallas metropolitan area, as defined by Rand McNally, is allowed to come. That meant prospects from SMU and TCU, as well as guys like Texas' Brandon Foster and Colorado's Terence Wheatley, who hail from the area, made up the group. Wheatley, by the way, is probably the guy here who will be drafted highest. We'll have more to come from this end over the course of the afternoon.