Here's my official scouting report on Tyler Smith. Tyler Smith isn't a bully, he plays like an absolute frigging jerk! I don't think there was really a better player on the board. The whole knock on Smith is the fact he's from a small school, and didn't face enough competition to fairly judge his abilities on. But the fact is, this guy isn't just good. He's dominant. He's a player that gives you legitimate position flex in the NFL. A growing trend in the NFL is to employ an offensive line that allows you to take less offensive line guys to the game, so you can bring extra pass rushers, different defensive back sets, etc. So, if a starter gets hurt in a pinch, Smith has the ability to move around to LT, LG, and RT, it seems. I can't imagine why he couldn't play RG in a pinch. For a tackle, his RAS isn't that impressive. But that's mostly due to his height, which is 6'3''. However, as a guard, he grades out with an RAS of over 9.6, I want to say, which is high. He's only 20 years old, so he's a little bit raw. However, it's naive to expect him not to be, at 20. But he has the physical traits to have a career with multiple pro bowls. Given his intelligence level, one can easily assume he'll take well to coaching, since coaching is like teaching and his teachers have obviously done a good job in his life. Physically comparable to some of the strongest NFL linemen of all time. Possesses more than adequate strength and quickness. Natural position is guard. But at either role, guard or tackle, Smith's proverbial bully style brings the pain. His hands are heavy, even by NFL measures, and has the raw tools to overpower top defensive linemen in the NFL. Some of his technique criticism is a bit exaggerated by most fans, but there are aspects of his game that could use refining. That's to be expected for a 20-year-old. This will be one of those picks looking back where those who opposed it have sudden amnesia. He will also make future opponents want to forget playing him, because it will be truly painful for them. And NFL fans will soon forget they ever doubted him, and he'll make Cowboys fans want to forget they ever doubted him. Excels at run blocking and the addition of Smith should be helpful to the entire offense, but especially Zeke Elliot. If the Cowboys want to carry the torch of being King Ground and Pound in the NFL, then there was no other pick than Tyler Smith. He will likely be a Cowboy for some time to come, and I can see him retiring 10-15 years from now as a Cowboy as an All-Pro player, who even has HOF potential. Your prototypical NFL bully ball LG, people who criticize his technique conveniently omit the fact he actually grades out as winning 95% of his snaps played. With strength alone. With a little coaching, his level of play will only improve to another level that others are unable to reach due to physical limitations. Don't sleep on this guy. He still has his own story to write. And I look forward to seeing him prove his doubters wrong.