Tavon Austin - 28 years old Noah Brown - 23 years old Amari Cooper - 24 years old Michael Gallup - 23 years old Allen Hurns - 27 years old Lance Lenoir - 24 years old Devin Smith - 27 years old Cedrick Wilson, Jr. - 23 years old The Cowboys have two legitimate young starters in Cooper and Gallup. Cooper's impact on the Cowboys success last season speaks for itself, and no one should be mourning the loss of the Cowboys 1st round pick. There isn't a wide receiver in this draft class better than Cooper. Gallup's rookie numbers would have been even better if Dak hadn't made some poor throws when Gallup was wide open. At the slot, Beasley wisely took the money and went to Buffalo. But the Cowboys have options to replace him. First off, with Witten returning, Beasley's importance to the offense as a check down option is reduced. Most likely, Austin will compete with Hurns for the 3rd wide receiver slot. But another option is to put Cooper in the slot, and play with Gallup and Wilson on the outside. Wilson's rookie season was cut short by a training camp injury. But he was among the most productive college receivers in 2017, and could surprise a lot of us. The bigger issue, which was not solved with the acquisition of Cooper last year, is finding out who can replace the red zone presence the Cowboys lost when they cut Dez Bryant last year. The Cowboys don't have a red zone threat in their WR corps. Beasley's quickness allowed him to be somewhat of a threat, but the Cowboys new offensive coordinator is going to have to use a better scheme in the red zone to get the Cowboys receivers open. Noah Brown has shown to be a good option in the running game, as he is a decent blocker and will make some catches also. The Cowboys other Ohio State receiver is Devin Smith, a former 2nd round pick coming off of two ACL injuries on the same knee. If Smith can revive his career in Dallas, and get past his early career injuries, who's to know what he might provide. Finally, Lance Lenoir has proven to be a valuable player for depth, who can bounce back and forth from the practice squad if injuries to other receivers occur. The Cowboys typically take 10-12 wide receivers to training camp, so expect them to add a couple more free agent receivers, or perhaps take a late round flyer on a player who falls in the draft. It would be nice to have a more dangerous red zone threat, but this group is faster overall than the trio of Bryant, Williams and Beasley who played 5 years together with the Cowboys. The other red zone option is that maybe with Frederick coming back, the Cowboys line will once again impose their will on other teams, and they will just run the ball in, like the Cowboys used to do with Emmitt Smith.