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New NFL Mock Draft; rds 1-3

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    19. Dallas Cowboys: Deunta Williams, FS, UNC


    The Cowboys get a very good Safety with this pick in the 2011 NFL Mock Draft to help sure up their secondary. They have had trouble covering Tight Ends because of their safeties. I have Williams rated as a top Safety in this draft and a good fit for Dallas.

    51. Dallas Cowboys: Demarcus Love, OT, Arkansas

    The Cowboys get a pretty good Tackle in this 2011 NFL Mock Draft. They are going to need to run the ball for them to be a good team and to open up the passing game for Romo.

    83 Dallas Cowboys Justin Boren, G, Ohio St
    http://newnfldraft.com/archives/2444
  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Just round 1 for this site so far
    http://www.draftcountdown.com/sub/Mock-Draft-B.php

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    17 DALLAS COWBOYS: ALLEN BAILEY, DE, MIAMI (FL)


    Scouting Report
    On paper the Cowboys are one of the most talented teams in the league and a cursory examination of their depth chart doesn’t reveal many glaring needs. However, when you look beyond the surface there may be some issues at defensive end, where Marcus Spears, Jason Hatcher and Stephen Bowen are all due to become free agents after this season. Miami’s Allen Bailey is one of the most intriguing prospects available for the 2011 NFL Draft. A freakish specimen with a rare blend of size (6-4, 285), speed (4.65), athleticism (39-inch vertical) and strength, Bailey has all the physical tools you look for as well as the work ethic needed to maximize his vast potential. A bit of a ‘tweener, Bailey has played both end and tackle for the Hurricanes but his best fit at the next level might come as a five-technique in an odd front. Dallas also needs some help along the offensive line and, as usual, safety is still a concern.

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