and the Cowboys pass on him? Fans often get a little carried away with draft media and the combine, even after making fun of the underware Olympics. The fact of the matter is that Aaron Donald is 6'1" and tops out at 285. Maybe he will be the next great 3-tech DT that no one can block; maybe he'll be engulfed by NFL interior linemen that go 320-330. Maybe the Cowboys prefer Jernigan; maybe the Cowboys prefer trading down and picking up a DT and a DE. Maybe the Cowboys draft OL or safety, or LB or even WR. It's been proven year after year for decades; you don't have to sign the biggest names in free agency, nor do you have to draft the top ranked players in April to find impact players or even pro-bowlers. Everyone wants Donald; everyone assumes Chicago will take him ahead of us. Reminds me of the great RB draft under Parcells; Steven Jackson dropped down down down for us, and we dropped down, uninterested at all. You just never know what your front office, coaches and scouts are thinking in the war room, but it's safe to bet it's usually quite different from what the media and draft publications led us to think.