Another collapse, another mock...what's new? 1. Peter Konz C Wisconsin 6'5" 315lbs He has medical concerns, but he's also the best C in the draft and that's what we desperately need. Huge instant upgrade here over Costa/Kowalski. 2. Markelle Martin FS Oklahoma St 6'1" 198lbs Martin is a true FS with ballhawking potential. He is capable of making big hits, but sometimes fails to wrap up. He and Sensabaugh would give the Cowboys good range from the S position. 3. Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin 6'4" 318lbs Two OL from the same school in the same draft is unlikely, but these two are a good fit for Dallas. Zeitler has good balance making him equal in pass and run protection. He's also got good feet and is able to pull. 4. Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt 5'11" 185lbs Hayward is another ballhawk to add to our secondary. He is always around the ball, and likes setting the tone for the defense. No more playing with our backs to the ball. 5. Adrian Robinson LB/DE Temple 6'2" 250lbs Robinson played in every single game of his college career. He's a high-motor player, that works hard on and off the field. He's undersized to stay at DE, so will have to play LB in the NFL. 6. Asa Jackson CB Cal Poly 5'11" 190lbs Asa got more attention for track than football coming out of high school, but he's become a dangerous player at Cal Poly as a CB and return man. Intercepted 2 balls and returned them both for TDs (100yds and 52yds) this year, as well as averaging 18yds/punt return and 26yds/kick return. He adds depth at multiple positions for us. 6. (Comp Pick) Terrance Gannaway RB/FB Baylor 5'11" 240lbs He plays RB right now, but is at the size were he's a bit of a tweener. He could bulk up and play FB or be a short-yardage RB. He can carry the load, and has surprising burst for his size. 7. Juron Criner WR Arizona 6'4" 215lbs Dallas has struggled with injuries and inconsistency at the WR spot. Criner has been a big play receiver in college, but also has health concerns. Could be a steal here. Any thoughts?