I think a majority of the posters on this board would probably say that DeCastro is probably the best pick at #14. I would include myself in that camp. After giving it much thought, I think it is very possible that the Cowboys may pass on DeCastro even if he is there at #14. The Cowboys have two premium positions which will require a pretty big payday in free agency next year to keep the players they have, or to acquire a satisfactory replacement. The Cowboys will have to resign Spencer and Jenkins, or their replacements next year, unless their replacements are drafted, as I do not think their replacements are currently on the roster. Both cornerback, and outside linebacker will require a substantial cap hit to either resign the existing players or their replacement in free agency. The "smoke signals" that I am seeing seem to indicate that the Cowboys are looking heavily at replacing Spencer next year. Indications are that the Cowboys may be looking at Ingram in the 1st round, or Ronnell Lewis in the 2nd to replace Spencer. If the smoke signals are accurate and not a misdirection, if we draft DeCastro in the 1st round, and Lewis in the 2nd, then Jenkins has significant leverage over the Cowboys next year. We NEED a replacement for Spencer, a corner to replace Jenkins and a center. If we draft DeCastro, one of these positions is probably going to remain a hole. I think we have to draft a center this year. Whether it is Konz or Blake, I don't see us failing to draft a center this year. That sure puts a lot of pressure on the BPA theory. With that being said, I still think that passing on DeCastro is a long term mistake, unless Ingram turns out to be the next DeMarcus Ware.