I would be happy with either player; however, I agree, with the statements above about Cooper. Warmack has sufficient athletic ability now; however, any added weight and eventually age could easily slow him down to below average quickness, IMO. Cooper has elite quickness and his power is very good. College players tend to gain weight and strength in the NFL; however, they almost never get quicker. Cooper started 1 game at Center in college. If he projects as both a Center and Guard, that would make him more valuable than Warmack, IMO, unless Warmack can player Center also. IMO, Center is the 1 position that the Cowboys must get in this draft. Quality Centers just don't become available in Free Agency; whereas, good Guards often make it to FA. Having said that, even if they take Cooper and think that he can play Center, I would still try to get one of Barrett Jones, Travis Frederick or Khalad Holmes in the 2nd or 3rd. If both Warmack and Cooper are available at #18, they could consider trading down a few spots and risk that one of them would fall to that pick.