In the end, after we've drawn up myriad scenarios, the most likely thing is the Cowboys choose a CB at 10 -- Farley or Surtain. My guess is they stand and choose -- no trade-down. I figure one of the two safeties fall to them in the 2nd -- Moehrig or Grant. I hope they go that direction. If not, I expect they will pick an edge rusher. The first 3rd round pick points to DT. One of Onwuzeriki, McNeil, Tufele, Togai or Shelvin will probably be available. Also watch Werner, the Ohio State LB, who is a great scheme fit. The comp at the end of the 3rd would be a good spot to take a tackle. Christenson from BYU is a little over-age but pretty close to plug and play. Hutson from Cincinnati is green but has a lot of potential. The first pick in the 4th fits nicely to draft a smaller, more mobile LB. Fields from WV is interesting. The undersized LBs are going to fall to this range, I imagine. You could come back to CB with the 4th round comp -- maybe Adebo from Stanford. Or you could grab a DT like Marvin Wilson if he really is that far down the board. But I have my doubts. Starting in the 5th, you're really drafting for opportunity and depth. But there could be some interesting players, like Wallow, the LB from TCU, Diablo, the safety from Pitt, Hainsey, the ND guard/tackle, or a WR who tumbles because of the deep talent at the position. I like the CB/S combo in rounds 1-2 because if you hit on them they should be day 1 starters. I think one of those DTs should be a rotational guy. Getting a LB creates flexibility, and I think you need more speed on the weak side. Edge is a sneaky need unless you are 100% confident Gregory can and will be reliable and able to hold up over 17 games in a bigger role. But you also have to figure Lawrence is going to start to slip in the next couple years. Pick wisely and you can get a mid-late WR to plug in for Gallup when he leaves. I'm not too worried about RB. Rookies can and do start. I want an OL to develop as a potential starter. I'm not ready to jump there on day 1 unless T. Smith is released or retires. Whatever direction they go, I hope they improve the speed on defense. That is critical in the modern league. I won't cry if they take the ND LB in the 1st. I just think CB is a huge need and the board seems to fall in their favor to fill it at 1. If you want a pure speed bump at DT to give you 10-12 plays a game and be a short yardage option, look late at the Oregon guy or at the BYU guy.