I'm using SDogo's new spreadsheet to assemble a quick mock. Thanks SD for the spreadsheet. Not doing any trades, and as much as I want to, I will not take any players before the Cowboys pick according to his spreadsheet. 14- Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina- DeCastro, Cox, and Barron are all gone by pick 14. I'm not allowing trades in my mock, so I take the best talent available. I give the guy the benefit of the doubt on his supposed 'work ethic' and 'motor' issues. Even with these problems, he's probably still a day one starter for the Cowboys. The bust potential is there, but his ceiling is absolutely unreal. 45- Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama- While we're rolling the dice, we might as well just go all in on the boom or bust factor. He could be the next Pacman Jones, or he could be a top-10 CB in the league. At this point in the draft, his skills are a humongous steal, just get the guy a babysitter. 81- Ben Jones, C, Georgia- Slotted on the spreadsheet at 81. How perfect. Provides a legitimate competitor for the starting C job come kickoff. 113- Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri- TE depth. Could be very special. 135- Josh Norman- CB, Iowa State- Very good CB depth, and a potential future starter. 152- Chris Rainey, RB, Florida- RB/KR/PR extraordinaire. Finally. 186- Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona State- This deep in the draft, I take a flyer on him in a heartbeat. Best case scenario? You clean him up a little and he's the next Ray Lewis. Worst case scenario? You wasted a 6th round pick. 222- Donte Paige-Moss, OLB, North Carolina- Another boom-or-bust pass rusher from North Carolina. Could be scary good. If even 2-3 of the 5 defensive players panned out, this draft would be an absolute kill.