I would like to start this out by saying that I believe Dallas will be a playoff team, leaving us with a pick somewhere in the high 20's. I normally don't like mock drafts with trades, but you can only spin the same 7 picks so many ways so I feel like changing it up. I propose Dallas trading our 1st round pick and moving back somewhere into the top 10 of the 2nd round and also receiving and 3rd round pick. 2a. Jonathan Banks CB Mississippi St 6'1" 185lbs Came in to college as a safety before moving to CB. He is big, physical, and productive; everything we need. 2b. Ben Jones C Georgia 6'3" 316lbs I have been on the Jones train for a while now, and I see no reason to get off. He is very experienced against top defensive line talent in the SEC, and may be the strongest run-blocking C in the draft. 3a. Kawann Short DT Purdue 6'3" 310lbs Has the perfect frame for a 3-4 DL, and has been a disruptive force. 17 TFL, 6.5 sacks, and 2 blocked kicks this year alone. 3b. Aaron Henry FS Wisconsin 6'0" 210lbs Henry is a leader on the team, and has a nose for the football. He has experience at both CB and FS, and he plays big in big games. Chryst goes up against him in practice every day and will let Garrett know whats up. 4. Nigel Bradham OLB FSU 6'3" 240lbs Bradham has the intensity of Burfict with the production to back it up. He has been FSU's leading tackler for 3 season, he has speed to cover the field, and loves to make big hits. Rob Ryan is going to love him. 5. TY Hilton WR/KR Florida International 5'10" 184lbs Electrifying as a return man and as a receiver. Stayed in school for his senior season to graduate. He has strong character and work ethic. Nickname is "Good-Bye". 6. Chad Diehl FB Clemson 6'2" 260lbs Doesn't add much as a runner or receiver, but he is the best blocking FB in the draft. Tied for 1st on his team with a 450lbs bench press and tied for 2nd with a 370lbs power clean. He has won awards for his hard work and dedication, and would once again give us a true lead blocker if Fiammetta can't get healthy. 6. (Comp Pick) Evan Rodriguez TE Temple 6'3" 250lbs His team's leading receiver, and he also plays in all of the special teams packages. His Head Coach, Steve Addazio, compares him to Aaron Hernandez whom he coached at Florida. If it weren't for the fact that he may only be 6'2" he would go much higher. 7. James Brown OT Troy 6'4" 318lbs Small-school player that has flashed his talent, but hasn't shown it on a consistent basis. He has started every game since 2009 at LT. Lost 20lbs coming into the year and has shown promise in both run blocking and pass protection. With Jeremy Parnell as the only backup OT currently on the roster, we need some competition. Anybody have any thoughts?