2nd/#51 Herman Johnson LG LSU 6-8 382 He should fall right in the Cowboys' hands, and the value is perfect. Plug him in and let him play LG for 10 years. The planet theory meets value and need. Criss-crossing Eagles and Giants, get you some of this. Don't buy into the negative press this guy received at RT during the Senior Bowl. I'm not drafting him to play the edge. By the way, he played it well during the game. Johnson made his name blocking SEC players at LG, and the Cowboys need a young blue-chipper on the offensive line. He has something the current Cowboys don't have. That is a ring. 3rd/ #69 Ron Brace NT Boston College 6-3 329 Brace is a third rounder, and this is a great value. Another team could reach at the back-end of round two and spoil it. In this mock, Kevin Burnett is resigned, and Brace gives Burnett cover in short yardage and for about 20 plays and gives Ratliff a few breathers. Brandon Jacobs can come get him some of this. 4th/#97 Emanuel Cook SS South Carolina 5-10 205 I like Rashad Johnson, but he's a FS, imo. Plus, I want that guard and NT, and I"m taking them. The Planet Theory wins. It's time to put high draft picks into the lines. Moreover, Ken Hamlin is terrible at SS. Remember the Ravens game. Fundamental SS play prevents both runs. The FS and SS were terrible on the first one (both players failed to fill the hole in the box), and the SS failed on both plays or near the line. The Cowboys need a SS who can tackle, and this guy can. He is one of the best tacklers in the SEC. He can run and cover, too. Cook has SS and FS skills in a CBs body. He has good range and can play the single, high safety or cover 2. It's a two for one. When you draft him, you get 2 skill sets. Cook can run and be interchangable in the defense. Right now he is a 3-4 rounder. 4th/# 115 Jason Watkins OT Florida 6-6 317 Watkins can definately play RT, and he has the skill set to play LT. He's not finished and needs to get stronger. The player hasn't reached his potential. Feed the front! Watkins is a perfect value here, and he meets a huge need. He has a chance to be a starter one day. Get him in the pipeline and coach him up and get him ready to play one day. 5th: (Late 5th) Ramon Foster OT Tennessee 6-6 338 I'm high on Foster, and I'm not backing down. He can play guard and RT. The Cowboys have no depth on the offensive line. If a starter goes down, well, you saw what happened. This guy can start in the NFL. 5th: (C) Demetrius Byrd WR LSU 6-1 200 He has a great deal of potential, and he's good over the middle. He will need some coaching, but that is what coaches are for. He has good hands, and he can really scoot. Good bye Patrick Crayton. Get ready to buy a house in South Beach. 6th: Quinn Johnson FB LSU 6-1 251 He probably will not be here, but I hope he is. I think he can take the job. 7th: Mike Wallace WR Ole Miss 6-0 189 Kickoff returner and helps on special teams Nevin McKenzie SS Tennessee 6-2 218 I'm going to find a way to get him.