QB Peter Lalich 6'6" 245 lbs. -Potentially.. Found this interesting article on Peter Lalich. A talented QB with a troubled past who's eligible for the draft this year. It's a good, short read. Here are some quotes from the article regarding his abilities and the Cowboys: -"From what I can tell, outside of two unfortunate incidents with alcohol and some self admitted marijuana usage in the past, he seems like your average college kid — only this kid has an NFL arm and high-speed computer processor for a mind when it comes to making decisions from the pocket. -A source close to and with experience coaching Lalich described the signal caller as a “football savant”, going on to call him a “real life Will Hunting” when it came to football. -The same source cited how the fact that Ryan Nassib, the current quarterback prospect from Syracuse, is being considered by many as potential 2nd or 3rd round pick is laughable when you compare his skill-set to that of Lalich. He went on to speculate that Lalich will be one of the most sought after undrafted free agents should he get passed over for seven rounds. -It is also important to point out that Dallas Cowboy Head Coach Jason Garrett’s brother John was one of the primary recruiters of Lalich to Virginia. This tells me that Peter Lilich will be very much on the radar of both the Dallas Cowboys and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where John Garrett is now on Greg Schiano’s staff. -As I said before, after watching literally hours of NFL prospects throw the ball, not one of them is a better pure passer and for that matter, decision maker than Peter Lalich. Let’s just hope the foolish decisions of a 20 year old kid don’t end up being what derails what could very well be a terrific NFL career." http://www.knowitallfootball.com/2013/02/26/nfl-draft-2013-peter-lalich-the-forgotten-one/ -Just speculation at this point, but sounds like a kid Jerry will definitely be monitoring. He's got all the physical abilities: Great size, a huge arm, and good footwork in the pocket. And apparently he understands the X's and O's really well. Could be a developmental QB like Romo was. And if he doesn't pan out, no loss since he'll likely be a late round pick. -Here's the only recent film I could find on him, other than his freshman year at Virginia. Starts at 6:25 til the end. [youtube]v8FPnQ5DSIs[/youtube] -Don't be surprised to see Dallas take a serious look at him. Sounds like he could be a huge steal if he's matured like he says. He certainly has the natural talent.