Fresh off of SDogo's awesome thread, I decided to do a very quick mock. This mock obviously has DeCastro being gone by #8 to Carolina after a run on OL in the top 10. 1. Janoris Jenkins, CB, Northern Ala. -- Having put his issues behind him (over a year) and showing very well at the senior bowl, the Cowboys turn the secondary from a hole into a force with this pick. Probably would have been a toss-up for first CB off the board if not for his issues. Only downfall compared to Claiborne is likely his size. 2. Jared Crick, DT/DE, Nebraska -- big, cornfed, midwestern guy to come in and give us a little bit of that JJ Watt factor on the defensive line. He's the kind of guy that can come in and give the Cowboys a new leadership attitude as well. Dude also nearly got 10 sacks in two seasons, notching 9.5 as a sophomore and 9 as a junior before getting injured this past year. Beast. 3. Michael Agnew, TE, Mizzou -- Martellus Bennett is gone...he'll probably be in Tampa Bay or somewhere else with a bunch of cap space looking to overspend next year. Agnew comes in and becomes the new blocking TE, not asked to do too much as a rookie but maybe catch a few passes and make good, solid blocks. Learns behind Jason Witten and could potentially be the guy in the future if John Phillips doesn't continue channeling his inner Witten. 4. LaMichael James, RB/KR/PR/UTIL, Oregon -- Surprise pick...LaMichael James may fall due to his size and running backs not being particularly strong in this class after the obvious in Trent Richardson. James, while not being the full time guy returning kicks and punts as of late, can still get it done, and would actually serve more as a slot guy a la Danny Woodhead than as a true RB. I can see the Cowboys possibly trading Felix Jones, or going long at RB with Murray, Jones, and Tanner as the ball carriers and James as the "scat back." 5. James-Michael Johnson, ILB, Nevada -- project pick here in the late rounds, as well as some needed depth at the ILB position. Johnson comes in and immediately becomes a special teamer and is given every opportunity to make the roster, battling with guys from last year like Orie Lemon (whom I still think is a diamond in the rough). Smart pick with low risk and potential high reward for the Cowboys. 6. Brett Roy, DT/DE/OLB "Tweener", Nevada -- another project pick to possibly develop as a SOLB, but could also play DE. Roy notched 10 sacks this year, and was a dominant force, even if it was the WAC. Would provide some needed fresh blood on the front 7 and push some of our current bubble guys to step up or find themselves looking for work. 6. (Comp) Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon -- Mr. Harris from Oregon comes in and tries to add himself next to the Honorable Cliff Harris of Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor Fame. While a project, Harris has plenty of upside and could definitely contribute if we're willing to take him on the roster and not try and play it safe like we did with Josh Thomas (we should have kept him and cut Ball). 7. Hebron Fangupo, NT, Brigham Young -- Hostile gets his jollies as a selection comes from his old school. Fangupo is 6'1", 330 lbs, is Polynesian, and went to USC before transferring. He also is a married, family man with good character. Has lots of potential -- BYU is a good football program, but not necessarily a pro factory like USC. Some good work with Coach W's staff in the weight room and this guy could be an absolute monster in the middle. Imagine Jay Ratliff with 40-50 more lbs on him.