1. Aaron Donald, DT, Pitt -- Hatcher's replacement, as he leaves in free agency. Immediately adds push in the center of the pocket. 2. Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota -- Hayden's replacement, sending Nick into the backup rotation which isn't a bad thing. We luck out and get a first round talent in the 2nd. Our defensive line is effectively halfway rebuilt, 3/4 rebuilt if Crawford comes on strong. 3.1. Craig Loston, SS, LSU -- hard hitting, run-stuffing strong safety with good hands and great closing speed. Exactly the kind of player we need. Has range like everyone's favorite Earl Thomas, but hits like a mack truck. 3.2. Jimmy Garappolo, QB, Eastern Illinois (Trade)-- draft passes the Garappolo test! We trade away our fifth rounder and a future pick to move up and grab Romo's heir apparent. Laser arm with smarts and a good deep ball who will get really good under Romo and Garrett's tutelage. The trade doesn't hurt as much since we anticipate possibly receiving a compensatory pick or two next year. 4. Dominique Easley, DT/DE, Florida -- the rebuild continues as we add more beef up front. Taking a page from Seattle of not pigeon-holing players into "only a 1 tech" or "only a DE", we select another guy who is a flat-out beast. A fourth rounder allows us to gamble on his health. 7.1. Viliami Moala, DT, Cal -- a mountain of a man from Tonga, he only started playing football in high school. When he first showed up at Cal, he tipped the scales at 387-lbs...and this was after helping his team amass 77 and 83 sacks in back to back seasons, holding opponents to only 68 points scoring in both seasons. A raw player, but a player with true Vince Wilfork potential. He's now 6'2", 325lbs. Sleeper of the draft! 7.2. Denicos Allen, OLB, Michigan State -- part of the #1 defense in yards allowed this year, Allen is "small" at 5'11", but is a good player for depth and potential starting potential as a WLB as time passes. Michigan State is a tough program that works hard and does things right as far as weight training and off-season programs, so he'll fit in with the Cowboys locker room. 7.3. John Martinez, OG, Southern Cal -- a project player at Guard, taken in the bottom of the draft. Won't start or dress, but has potential to be a swing guard in the future.