My drafts will continue to change as we get closer to draft day, but here is what I have after the Senior Bowl. Round 1: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama - Seems like his marijuana issue may push him out of the top 10. Even if DeCastro is available, I just cannot see Jerry passing on a player like Kirkpatrick. Round 2: Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin - With the Cowboys passing on DeCastro, the team will look here for a guard that can start immediately. Zeitler is a top guard that uses both strength and agility to consistently get to the second level. G Kelechi Osemele may be an option here as well. Round 3: Kendall Reyes, DT/DE, Connecticut - Reyes had a good Senior Bowl week and helped his stock. He has the strength and speed to provide pressure and also shed blocks to stop the run. His versatility should make him stand out in this round. Round 4: Keenan Robinson OLB Texas - Would move to ILB with the Cowboys. He has great sideline to sideline speed and will excel in coverage. Also plays with a mean streak and will bring intensity to the defense. Round 5: Dwight Bentley, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette - Improved his stock greatly during the Senior Bowl week and was probably one of the most surprising standouts of all players. Held his own against the top receivers and showed that he has the intangibles to be effective in the NFL. Round 6: George Bryan, TE, NC State Probably one of the better blocking tight ends in the draft. Has very sure hands to catch any ball thrown his way. His only concern for NFL teams is that he lacks the agility and speed to get separation. He would still be an excellent value if he makes it to round 6 and would replace Bennett, who is expected to leave. Round 7:Cody Johnson, FB, Texas Stout, quality run blocker that can also provide some speed and athleticism out of the backfield.