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    Rotoworld’s Josh Norris

    Date of Mock: March 14
    Pick: Wisconsin EDGE T.J. Watt
    Comment: “I bet teams off all different schemes keep Watt high on their boards. His athleticism placed him in the 94th percentile.”’s Daniel Jeremiah
    Date of Mock: March 13
    Pick: Ole Miss TE Evan Engram
    Comment: “Engram would be a matchup nightmare in the Cowboys' offense and he'd help Dak Prescott continue to develop into a top-tier signal-caller.”’s Dane Brugler
    Date of Mock: March 13
    Pick: Missouri DE Charles Harris
    Comment: “The Cowboys are in search of a right defensive end who can wrap the edge and put pressure on the pocket. Harris is the latest off the line in the Missouri pass rush factory.”’s Pete Prisco
    Date of Mock: March 7
    Pick: Harris
    Comment: “They need to get pass-rush help. Harris could provide that for a team that was bad rushing the passer last season

    The San Diego Union-Tribune’s Eddie Brown
    Date of Mock: March 10
    Pick: Harris
    Comment: “Randy Gregory has yet to prove he can be counted on, plus you can’t go wrong drafting a defensive lineman/pass-rusher from the Mizzou factory.”

    SBNation’s Dan Kadar
    Date of Mock: March 14
    Pick: Michigan S Jabrill Peppers
    Comment: “I know the Cowboys need a pass rusher, but doesn’t Peppers sound like a splashy Jerry Jones pick? In the Dallas defense, he would be Barry Church’s replacement, and frankly, an upgrade

    MMQB’s Emily Kaplan
    Date of Mock: March 7
    Pick: Miami TE David Njoku
    Comment: “The classic ‘excellent veteran is aging, so let’s find him a replacement’ scenario surfaces yet again. Here, Jerry Jones finds a successor for Jason Witten. Njoku, one of the youngest players in this year’s draft (he turns 21 in July) has a high ceiling, as he has only been playing tight end for two years. A core featuring Njoku, Dak Prescott (23-years-old) and Ezekiel Elliott (21)? That will keep Dallas front-running in the NFC East for years to come.”’s Lou Pickney
    Date of Mock: March 9
    Pick: Auburn DE Carl Lawson
    Comment: “Dallas has had a tough time with its defensive end prospects, to the point of rolling the dice with a social pariah like Greg Hardy in 2015. Randy Gregory's trouble with the NFL substance abuse policy has been problematic, and as much as the NFL's ban on cannabis is antiquated and needs to go away, those are the rules as they are now.”’s Ryan Wilson
    Date of Mock: March 8
    Pick: Lawson
    Comment: “For as good as the Cowboys were a season ago -- mostly due to the emergence of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott -- the defensive was average and the defensive line was only slightly better. Lawson racked up nine sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss last season, and has an explosive first step. He’s also strong as an ox, as evidenced by his combine-best 35 reps of 225 pounds.”
    Date of Mock: March 15
    Pick: Connecticut S Obio Melifonwu
    Comment: N/A’s Charley Casserly
    Date of Mock: March 7
    Pick: USC CB Adoree’ Jackson
    Comment: “The Cowboys will lose one or two cornerbacks in free agency.”

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