Cowboys Draft: Will 2020 Be A 2013 Rerun? by Kevin Brady It’s April 2013. The Dallas Cowboys’ 18th overall first round selection is coming up. On the clock are presumed studs like LSU safety Eric Reid, Oregon guard Kyle Long, and Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert. Instead, the Cowboys decide to trade back to the end of the first round, allowing the 49ers to come up to grade Reid while gaining a third round pick that would become Terrance Williams. Later on in the night the Cowboys finally pick, taking lesser known Wisconsin center Travis Frederick. The fanbase was confused, but years later no one would argue that Dallas made a mistake on draft night. Now it’s April 2020 and the Cowboys are in a similar spot. ...... Still, trading back and allowing themselves to dip into both the back-half of a strong wide receiver class as well as add defensive talent at the end of round one might be the best course of action for the Dallas Cowboys. (Continue reading): https://insidethestar.com/cowboys-draft-will-2020-be-a-2013-rerun/ What say you?