Thanks to @VACowboy for bringing up Olamide Zaccheus in another thread. I hope @VACowboy doesn't mind me tagging him or giving him full credit? @VACowboy's take (since he follows the Virginia Cavaliers): "Durable. Reliable. Great hands. He catches the ball long and in traffic, breaks tackles and explodes once he gets his hands on the ball. I hope he lasts until day three but I dunno. He's going to thrive in a Tarik Cohen role as a pro. Love for it to be in Dallas. From 2018 and 2017..." If Zaccheus is there when the Cowboys pick during Day 2 of the 2019 Draft, should they take a chance on him? He could easily replace Cole Beasley's role, plus take over punt & kick returns. If new O-Coordinator Kellen Moore is allowed to open this offense up, a player like Olamide Zaccheus would truly help make it much more explosive while helping the rest of the receivers to get open. What say you?