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Where do the DallasCowboys go from here after another playoff loss? Let's turn to the 2022 NFL Draft: ⭐️ Continue to build defense on days 1 & 2 ⭐️ Add to WR corps ⭐️ Bring in another RB Check out the full 7-round mock. FrontOffice33 | NFLDraft

Cowboys MOCK DRAFT 2022Dallas Cowboys fans, I promise, I’ll remain positive.In what was another disa...

In what was another disappointing campaign in which optimism overflowed through the walls of Dallas’ facility heading into the wild-card round, Jerry Jones’ beloved ‘Boys have once again found themselves owners of a division title, but without a playoff win. A roster budding with headlining talent on both sides of the ball, they simply have failed to get over the postseason hump, leaving questions once again at the top of exactly what direction the Cowboys will head as they prepare for yet another Super Bowl-less spring. 

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Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports Cowboys MOCK DRAFT 2022 Dallas Cowboys fans, I promise, I’ll remain positive. In what was another disappointing campaign in which optimism overflowed through the walls of Dallas’ facility heading into the wild-card round, Jerry Jones’ beloved ‘Boys have once again found themselves owners of a division title, but without a playoff win. Florida’s possesses that sort of skill set, and he can bring that kind of presence to any team in the league as he prepares to make the jump to the next level. A roster budding with headlining talent on both sides of the ball, they simply have failed to get over the postseason hump, leaving questions once again at the top of exactly what direction the Cowboys will head as they prepare for yet another Super Bowl-less spring. Crabbs is currently the co-host of the Draft Dudes podcast with fellow TDN scout Joe Marino and helps coordinate TDN's national scouting effort.  A franchise with overwhelming expectations each and every summer, changes look to be in abundance in the front office, but we’ll get to that at another time. JM: Tell me a little about your invite to the College Gridiron Showcase. For now, all the Cowboys can do is look ahead, and have a chance to build upon a roster that, at times, looked to be one of the more dominant in all of football.500 for the fourth time in the last five campaigns.

From the additions of Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb, Micah Parsons, Zack Martin, and Tyron Smith over the last decade, the NFL draft has consistently proved fruitful for Jones as he looks to annually add pop to his roster. It was great news. While 2022 preseason storylines will surely see Dallas reign supreme among its divisional counterparts and sit among the league’s top Super Bowl contenders in outlandish preseason rankings, we like to stick to reality here. The fact remains that there are many holes to fill if the Cowboys ever hope to rid their playoff demons and return, eventually, to the top of the NFL totem pole. I went out there and put some good things on tape for the NFL scouts in attendance. Using our , I looked at which prospects the Cowboys could target this April when the annual NFL draft rolls around. Here is my seven-round mock, including scheme fit, on each prospect: Round 1 (No. 8-12. represents everything that is Philly.

24 overall): Jaquan Brisker , S, Penn State The do-it-all team executive in Jones goes back to his State College well with Brisker, an extremely athletic, uber-versatile safety to work behind former Penn State standout, 2021 first-rounder, and Defensive Rookie of the Year award runaway, Parsons. A former JUCO transfer, Brisker is a fluid defender who makes his presence felt working downhill with pop that can be felt in his film. What do you think you proved to the scouts? TT: I definitely showcased what I’m capable of as a defensive lineman. He has room to grow as a ball-hawking ceiling defender, but with the correct allotment of snaps, his ceiling is unlimited. One of the best pure athletes in the entire class, Brisker would be able to fly around the apex of the Cowboys’ secondary. I also flashed an improving skill set as a pass rusher that’s only going to get better as my offseason training program continues to take shape. Round 2 (No. 16 overall): Tyler Linderbaum , IOL, Iowa With Jason Kelce nearing the tail end of his career, I envision Linderbaum stepping in right away to take over duties as the nucleus of Philadelphia’s offensive line.

56 overall): Logan Hall , EDGE, Houston Excellent value here with Hall who would fill an immediate need out at EDGE. JM: Which teams did you meet with at the College Gridiron Showcase? It’s always interesting to know which scouts pulled you aside for a meeting or conversation. To have a talent like him slip to the back end of the second round would be a home run for Dallas. A riser within league circles, Hall’s best football is years down the road, but his ability to work inside at 3-tech or slide outside to 5-tech with a constantly hot motor presents an enticing prospect to plug and play. I had meetings with the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, and Seattle Seahawks. Round 3 (No. 88 overall): JoJo Domann , LB, Nebraska Domann is one of my favorite prospects in the entire class. JM: That’s great to hear. Round 1 (No.

With Leighton Vander Esch and linebacker-safety hybrid Keanu Neal both set to enter free agency, by inserting Domann as the potential green-dot adjacent to Parsons, you’re cooking with kerosene. A prospect with a heavy amount of snaps in the passing game who consistently showed the ability to cover tight ends and running backs with fluidity in space, Domann is a day-one impact player who could see himself progress into the modern-day version of Sean Lee for the Cowboys defense. You arrived at Florida via Auburn as a graduate transfer. He has the chance to play for a decade or more. Round 4 (No. Did you have any difficulties acclimating to a new program? TT: I had to really focus on learning the plays and the terminology used by their defensive coordinator. 130 overall): Khalil Shakir , WR, Boise State Similar to the route Dallas took when they selected Michael Gallup out of Colorado State back in 2018, Jones goes back to the Mountain West here to grab a spread offense extraordinaire in the form of Shakir. 51 overall): Myjai Sanders , EDGE, Cincinnati An edge threat with the ideal measurables Roseman desires in his 5-tech rushers, Sanders is an exciting prospect with a deep bag of pass rush moves and an improving ability to stack and shed offensive linemen to plug the run.

If the Cowboys allow Gallup and Cedrick Wilson to walk, the former Boise State standout could immediately earn snaps as WR3. Everything else came naturally to me. The target hog within the high-flying Broncos’ aerial attack, Shakir’s skill set would slide in nicely as another impact perimeter threat for Dak Prescott to use at his disposal. Round 5 (No. I had to learn the coaching philosophies and whatnot. 165 overall): Brian Robinson Jr. , RB, Alabama The contract is an issue in and of itself, but Ezekiel Elliott is just not getting the job done anymore, folks. I quickly developed a good relationship with defensive line coach David Turner. A supremely gifted athlete who is expected to open eyes in the 40-yard dash and other short-area explosion drills, Pierce earns his money primarily within the vertical third of the field, using his straight-line speed and length to pop the seal off the top of defenses.

It’s a ‘what have you done for me lately’ league, and for Elliott, it’s been minimal. While he’s currently on the books until 2027 (!) Jones has to address the position here with Tony Pollard representing the only back who’s shown the ability to produce when given the opportunity. I caught on with coach Turner. While you could say the former Memphis product’s move atop the depth chart has been long overdue, I can’t envision a scenario with Elliott entering Week 1 next September holstering a 20+ carry per game workload as the lead back. Enter Robinson Jr. Once that happened, it was smooth sailing., a burly, 230-pound back with similar between the tackles juice that Elliott showed out of Ohio State, and the Cowboys could manifest a three-headed backfield with some success. Round 4 (No.

A difficult athlete to bring down in space who worked his way up to RB1 within Nick Saban’s offense, Robinson has all the tools to compete for a substantial role in the Cowboys’ ground game. I honestly wouldn’t change the decision if I could. Round 5 (No. 174 overall): Charlie Kolar , TE, Iowa State Dalton Schultz SHOULD be re-signed as he enjoyed a breakout 2021 season, but if Dallas opts to expend assets elsewhere to maneuver out of its $13. It gave me a different experience.5M cap hole, Kolar could be a must-add here on day three. In a perfect world, however, you could deploy both Schultz and Kolar in 12-personnel to create mismatches all over the field. It gave me an opportunity to receive some different coaching and improve my knowledge of the game. Cross, however, is by no means a consolation prize.

With traits in the passing game at 6-foot-6 that scouts drool over and experience as a run blocker after multiple seasons leading the way for Breece Hall, Kolar would also present a premier red-zone threat that would keep opposing defensive coordinators up at night. Round 6 (No. Florida was a brand new experience. 206 overall): Thomas Booker , IDL, Stanford As versatile as they come along the defensive front, Booker is a scheme-versatile prospect who touts the necessary strength and athleticism to push the pocket from the outside, only to then jump to the inside as a 3-tech defensive tackle and anchor against a double team. While he has a ways to go and is by no means a refined talent, he touts the ideal measurables and makeup that Dallas pins along their front four.Q. With Dorance Armstrong (44% of snaps), Carlos Watkins (38. 160 overall): Bailey Zappe , QB, Western Kentucky Competition breeds success, and for Roseman, if the gunslinging talent in Zappe is here on day three, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s the pick.

1%), and Randy Gregory (37. I think I took a step forward and proved to people that I understand football and schemes at a high level.9%), each set to enter the open market, depth is needed along the defensive front. Written By: Ryan Fowler Staff Writer Feature Writer for The Draft Network. JM: It’s so important. Former Staff Writer for the Washington Football Team. Multiple years of coverage within the NFL and NBA. Your mother battled some personal issues and you tragically lost your father at a young age. 165 overall): Jack Jones , CB, Arizona State A former 5-star recruit, Jones would be an immediate upgrade over Avonte Maddox and 2021 selection Zech McPhearson.

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