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Good luck and congrats Drewy!

Decided to try something a little different and restrict myself to drafting/signing players that Dallas has visited or will visit today on the Local Prospect "Dallas Day". Without further ado...

18) Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina
By far the highest player on my board at this stage and would be a the most seamless option for transitioning to ZBS. The more I watch the more locked I become at 18.

Only player who could be on the board that would give me pause at 18 would be Sheldon Richardson. The talent gap between Cooper and the next tier of ZBS capable guards is MUCH larger than the gap of 3-techs after Richardson so the choice was easy if Cooper is available.

47) Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
Short's stock rollercoaster is settled back around the mid-2nd for most sources. He's a top 10 pick for parts of his videos and a lazy late rounder for other stretches. I want to give Marinelli a shot at motivating Kawann into the catalyst of our defensive line.

80) Phillip Thomas, S, Fresno State
I love Thomas. Honestly I wouldn't be angry taking him in the 2nd despite his 3rd round valuation. He's a playmaker and that is something we haven't had in a LOOOOONNNNGGGG time on the backend of our defense.

4th) Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
Hodges is another PSU linebacker that is MUCH better than his athletic markers due to being very intelligent. He takes excellent routes to the ballcarrier and is heady dropping into coverage. He is certainly not going to be able to shadow the uber athletic TEs in the NFL but I hope we don't ask our SLB to solo TE's in coverage too often anyhow. Former safety converted to LB and has the ability to pop the ball carrier. Maxed out frame however which bodes no ill in the Tampa 2 given he is already at 242.

5th) Stansly Maponga, DE, Texas Christian
Undersized but plays with a lot of power. Has extremely long arms and has an array of moves to get to the QB. Very, very, VERY, active hands and keeps his level low to efficiently overpower tackles. Maponga needs to enroll in the DeMarcus Ware pass-rushing camp once he arrives as his first step is inconsistent. If he becomes quicker off the snap he could become a productive edge play on the weak side.

6th) Jakar Hamilton, S, South Carolina State
Hard to find film on Jakar but watching his 2010 stuff from Georgia is encouraging. He looks for the big hit rather than the ball at times. Has the athletic markers you look for despite being a bit undersized at around 6'.

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Looks the part with a thick neck and muscular claves. Does punt and kickoff returns as well. Strong tackler who is not afraid of contact. Is better close to the line of scrimmage than in space but is solid in coverage as well. Is a front up tackler who looks for the big hit. Can drop his weight with ease to come to balance. Outstanding lateral quickness. Can go from sprinting to breakdown position in one movement. Once he gets his strong hands on the ball carrier, Hamilton will make the tackle. Good in space but will take poor angles because he relies on his speed too much. Can get away with sloppy technique at this level in college but will need to correct his techniques in the NFL to be a starter. Has decent ball skills which he shows as a returner, but does not make many plays on the football. Looks for the hit instead of the interception or pass breakup.
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Kendial Lawrence, RB, Missouri
By not selecting a RB in the draft Dallas has to move quickly to secure a potential fit for the open scat-back role on offense. Kendial Lawrence was brought in for a visit and is certainly a jitterbug with excellent hands out of the backfield. Look for Dallas to be active in the veteran RB market following the draft.

Lanear Sampson, WR, Baylor
Linked with Dallas from the get-go Lanear is brought in to challenge the back-end of the roster for a spot. Excellent speed and plays with physicality above his size.

Kyle Padron, QB, Eastern Washington
Leader. Keeps eyes downfield while moving in the pocket. Athletic and will pull the ball down and scramble if options are not open. Moves VERY well in the pocket to avoid the rush. Has a sweet pump fake. Looks like his deep ball floats on him.

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I'm a TCU homer so I'm bias on Maponga, but I think he's got a chance to be a very solid pro.
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Congrats bro. Be careful about chasing money though. Sometimes it's not worth it. I chased money. And while I'm not complaining about it, I do feel that I'd enjoy working a lot more had I went into something I truly love like football. Hell, I'd give up 40gs of salary to talk about football for a living.

You make money work for you, not the other way around. As you get older you realize that a lot of the superfiicial things in life that you want or desire in your mid 20s, doesn't really mean a thing. It won't make you happy.
I agree, being older than most, I can relate to this and have found it wonderful to simplify my life near the end of it. As long as you have family around you, money becomes far less important than loving what you do.
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Due to the large amount of people thinking we should go DT in the draft, I decided to watch a little footage. I have not done this up to this point, as I feel that OL is needed most.

Sheldon Richardson really jumped out at me more than anyone else. Anyone feel the same way? I can no longer say I would be mad if we drafted him, although I don't think that would be the smartest thing to do depending on who is available.

Side note, Sharrif Floyd completely underwhelmed me. I was not impressed by him at all.

One more side note-John Jenkins from Georgia. I didn't see anything from this guy. He looks like someone to slow to move around and he gets pushed back way too often. I can't stand him as a prospect.
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Due to the large amount of people thinking we should go DT in the draft, I decided to watch a little footage. I have not done this up to this point, as I feel that OL is needed most.

Sheldon Richardson really jumped out at me more than anyone else. Anyone feel the same way? I can no longer say I would be mad if we drafted him, although I don't think that would be the smartest thing to do depending on who is available.

Side note, Sharrif Floyd completely underwhelmed me. I was not impressed by him at all.

One more side note-John Jenkins from Georgia. I didn't see anything from this guy. He looks like someone to slow to move around and he gets pushed back way too often. I can't stand him as a prospect.
Richardson is my #1, Star #2, Floyd #3 which is basically the opposite of what most people have.

Star is scheme transcendent for me. I think he can have just as much of an impact in a 4-3 as he can in a 3-4.
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Richardson is my #1, Star #2, Floyd #3 which is basically the opposite of what most people have.

Star is scheme transcendent for me. I think he can have just as much of an impact in a 4-3 as he can in a 3-4.
Absolutely agree with you on both points. I think Star can excel not just in all schemes but multiple positions within each scheme. I see no issue with him playing 3-tech or NT in the 4-3 and I think he could be a NT or 5-tech in the 3-4.

Richardson has a ton of potential that I can't look past as a 3-tech. I think if I were drafting for another team Star would be the #1 DT but Richardson's impact for the team IMHO would be greater.
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Eddie Lacy ran 2 unofficial 4.40 40 times. Wowsers, didn't realize he had that kind of speed. I don't know where I saw it, but someone threw a little rumor out there that we'd consider Lacy @ 18.
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I saw this 5 round mock for us.

1. Kenny Vaccaro- S- Texas
2. Jesse Williams- DT- Alabama
3. Mike Glennon- QB- NC State
4. Montee BAll- RB- Wisconsin
5. Conner Vernon- WR- Duke

Outside of not drafting an OL, I would be down.
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I know that the thought is that you don't use a 1st on a RB unless you are convinced he's special (i.e., Peterson).

I'm starting to think Lacey might be special.
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I believe Lacy was unable to get through drills because his conditioning was poor but I'm not sure what the story was with his injury. Did he have poor condition from being lazy or because he couldn't work out? I like him a lot but that was concerning.

I'm getting a feeling if Vacarro is gone, the team could go with Reid. Would be a huge mistake. For whatever reason, Reid is seeing a late rise in his stock among a lot of the guys who are connected.
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I believe Lacy was unable to get through drills because his conditioning was poor but I'm not sure what the story was with his injury. Did he have poor condition from being lazy or because he couldn't work out? I like him a lot but that was concerning.

I'm getting a feeling if Vacarro is gone, the team could go with Reid. Would be a huge mistake. For whatever reason, Reid is seeing a late rise in his stock among a lot of the guys who are connected.
Reid in the first would make me shake my head.
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Reid in the first would make me shake my head.
Hearing people like Casserly saying the expect him to be the 2nd safety off the board. Same with Bucky Brooks and Charles Davis who talk with people in the league.

I'd be really disappointed. Reid isn't close to the player Cyprien or Elam are.
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Hearing people like Casserly saying the expect him to be the 2nd safety off the board. Same with Bucky Brooks and Charles Davis who talk with people in the league.

I'd be really disappointed. Reid isn't close to the player Cyprien or Elam are.
Reid is one of 3 players that if chosen in the 1st that I would very possibly puke in my mouth over. The other 2 being Te'o and any QB.
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I'm getting a feeling if Vacarro is gone, the team could go with Reid. Would be a huge mistake. For whatever reason, Reid is seeing a late rise in his stock among a lot of the guys who are connected.
Seen this same train of thought a lot. Although a lot of our targets are 25-40 type guys so perhaps we are going to be working the phones hard at 18 if we don't have our #1 guy available (whether that's Vaccaro, Cooper, etc is up for discussion).

I would love some sort of package netting us multiple picks in the 25-40 region in exchange for our pick at 18.

I'm not enamored with Reid at all but his PHYSICAL tool-set is impressive. I wouldn't hate him as a late-1st or 2nd type of guy but drafting him at 18 would make me a bit ill.
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The ironic part about it is Casserly, Brooks, and even Charles Davis (Reid's biggest supporter) all admit he had a poor 2012. They're basically just enamored with his size/speed/athleticism in shorts.

I don't understand how guys with such advanced football minds can throw on-field production out like its nothing.

Conversely, Jeremiah & Mayock both say they think he struggles with range and don't like him as much as everyone else.

Broaddus, an LSU alum, was answering tweets and said "he didnt like Reid, but he believes the team does."

And finally, there's that article I posted that Cosell wrote with his top 4 guys which obviously didnt include Reid.

If we took Reid at 18 ahead of Cyprien and Elam... I don't even know. Discouraging just thinking about it.
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I highly doubt an NFL team would take Reid, who's appeal is based purely on upside/character, in the top 20. The Cowboys aren't that stupid. 18 is a great spot. Vaccaro, Cooper, or Warmack is going to be there.

But the guy who might slip to them and would be too good to pass up is Sheldon Richardson...
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I would love Richardson at 18 I just can't imagine him falling that far.


Been watching more tape on mid-round offensive lineman just in case the Cooper's, Armstead's, Watson's, etc of the world are off the board when we select.

Really digging Jordan Mills from Louisiana Tech. He has tremendous experience with pass blocking given LT's gameplan and honestly I see an excellent ZBS RT. His foot-speed isn't the greatest but he plays like a very intelligent player. He is fully capable of getting in front of the screen game as LT run them a good bit. The one thing that REALLY caught my eye was on most of LT's running plays his direct he did a lot more redirecting and "dancing" the defender out of the running lane before sealing him off. He certainly isn't the mauling drive-blocking RT of the old Dallas teams but honestly I wouldn't be shocked if Houston, or us for that matter, took a liking to him well earlier than his "4th-5th" round valuation I keep seeing.
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Russ Lande said he's heard from a few teams that have Star #1 & Sly Williams #2 -- said Williams is going to go much higher than people think and said its entirely possible he's a top-15 pick.

Could see 3 OT's and 4 DT's off the board in the top 15 going by that.

Rumors that the Dolphins may turn to Fluker if they can't make a move for Lane Johnson would actually bump that OT number to 4.
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If we don't go OL at 18 I think this guy makes a ton of sense in the 2nd.
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Russ Lande said he's heard from a few teams that have Star #1 & Sly Williams #2 -- said Williams is going to go much higher than people think and said its entirely possible he's a top-15 pick.

Could see 3 OT's and 4 DT's off the board in the top 15 going by that.

Rumors that the Dolphins may turn to Fluker if they can't make a move for Lane Johnson would actually bump that OT number to 4.
Have you seen Landes mock? One of the worst Ive seen

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfp-moc...4797--nfl.html
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Have you seen Landes mock? One of the worst Ive seen

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfp-moc...4797--nfl.html
Sanders Commings but no Jon Cooper?!?!?! Wow
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I respect Lande a ton but that mock made me hope that he was hacked. As it is beyond awful.
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