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Cowboys-focused three round 2019 mock draft

Now that the Super Bowl is over, the full draft order has been set except for compensatory picks which will be awarded later this offseason, It is the time for mock drafts. Most mock drafts out there just focus on the first round, but the Cowboys don’t have a first round pick this year. Thus, here is a full, three-round mock draft that features the Cowboys picks.

First Round:

1. Arizona Cardinals – Nick Bosa, EDGE – Ohio State

2. San Francisco 49ers – Quinnen Williams, DT – Alabama

3. New York JetsJosh Allen, EDGE – Kentucky

4. Oakland Raiders – Clelin Ferrell, EDGE – Clemson

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jawaan Taylor, OT – Florida

6. New York Giants – Dwayne Haskins, QB – Ohio State

7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Kyler Murray, QB – Oklahoma

8. Detroit Lions – Greedy Williams, CB – LSU

9. Buffalo Bills – N’keal Harry, WR – Arizona State

10. Denver Broncos – Drew Lock, QB – Missouri

11. Cincinnati Bengals – Devin White, LB – LSU

12. Green Bay Packers – Montez Sweat, EDGE – Mississippi State

13. Miami Dolphins – Ed Oliver, DT – Houston

14. Atlanta Falcons – Jonah Williams, OL – Alabama

15. Washington Redskins – Daniel Jones, QB – Duke

16. Carolina Panthers – Deionte Thompson, S – Alabama

17. Cleveland Browns – Jeffery Simmons, DT – Mississippi State

18. Minnesota Vikings – Beau Benzschawel, OG – Wisconsin

19. Tennessee Titans – AJ Brown, WR – Ole Miss

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Deandre Baker, CB – Georgia

21. Seattle Seahawks – Nasir Adderley, S – Delaware

22. Baltimore Ravens – DK Metcalf, WR – Ole Miss

23. Houston Texans – Cody Ford, OT – Oklahoma

24. Oakland Raiders (from CHI) – Rashan Gary, DT – Michigan

25. Philadelphia Eagles – Byron Murphy, CB – Washington

26. Indianapolis Colts – Mack Wilson, LB – Alabama

27. Oakland Raiders (from DAL) – Trayvon Mullen, CB – Clemson

28. Los Angeles Chargers – Tyler Biadasz, C – Wisconsin

29. Kansas City Chiefs – Brian Burns, EDGE – Florida State

30. Green Bay Packers (from NO) – Marquise Brown, WR – Oklahoma

31. LosAngeles Rams – Jaylon Ferguon, EDGE – Louisiana Tech

32. New England Patriots – Noah Fant, TE – Iowa

Second Round

33. Arizona Cardinals – Dalton Risner, OL – Kansas State

34. Indianapolis Colts – Taylor Rapp, S – Washington

35. Oakland Raiders – Kelvin Harmon, WR – NC State

36. San Francisco 49ers – Riley Ridley, WR – Georgia

37. New York Giants – Chris Lindstrom, OG – Boston College

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – Greg Little, OT – Ole Miss

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Zach Allen, EDGE – Boston College

40. Buffalo Bills – Garrett Bradbury, OL – NC State

41. Denver Broncos – Michael Deiter, OG – Wisconsin

42. Cincinnati Bengals – Will Grier, QB – West Virginia

43. Detroit Lions – Chase Winovich, EDGE – Michigan

44. Green Bay Packers – TJ Hockenson, TE – Iowa

45. Atlanta Falcons – Amani Oruwariye, CB – Penn State

46. Washington Redskins – Ross Pierschbacher, OG – Alabama

47. Carolina Panthers – David Edwards, OT – Wisconsin

48. Miami Dolphins – Oshane Ximines – Old Dominion

49. Cleveland Browns – Charles Omenihu, DL – Texas

50. Minnesota Vikings – Dexter Lawrence, DT – Clemson

51. Tennessee Titans – Joejuan Williams, CB – Vanderbilt

52. Pittsburgh Steelers – Deebo Samuel, WR – South Carolina

53. Philadelphia Eagles – Johnathan Abram, S – Mississippi State

54. Houston Texans – Dru Samia, OG – Oklahoma

55. Houston Texans – Isaiah Buggs, DT – Alabama

56. New England Patriots – Dre’Mont Jones, DT – Ohio State

57. Philadelphia Eagles – Josh Jacobs, RB – Alabama

58. Dallas Cowboys – Renell Wren, DT – Arizona State


Arizona v Arizona State

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Check out the full scouting report on Wren here. With the 58th pick in the draft, the Cowboys find a player that many will refer to as a bull in a china shop. Wren is supremely athletic and has all the natural talent to be a productive pass rushing 3-technique in Dallas’ scheme. He’ll need to refine his techniques, but that’s what Rod Marinelli does best. Wren will fit in nicely along this defensive line rotation and give the Cowboys some serious juice up the middle.

59. Indianapolis Colts – Jerry Tillery, DT – Notre Dame

60. Los Angeles Chargers – Devin Bush, LB – Michigan

61. Kansas City Chiefs – Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S – Florida

62. New Orleans Saints – David Long, LB – West Virginia

63. Kansas City Chiefs – David Montgomery, RB – Iowa State

64. New England Patriots – JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR – Stanford

Third Round

65. Arizona Cardinals – Elgton Jenkins, OL – Mississippi State

66. Oakland Raiders – Jarrett Stidham, QB – Auburn

67. San Francisco 49ers – Julian Love, CB – Notre Dame

68. New York Jets – Hakeem Butler, WR – Iowa State

69. Jacksonville Jaguars – Gerald Willis, DT – Miami

70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jaquan Johnson, S – Miami

71. Denver Broncos – Rock Ya-Sin, CB – Temple

72. Cincinnati Bengals – Andre Dillard, OT – Washington State

73. New England Patriots – Brett Rypien, QB – Boise State

74. Buffalo Bills – Damien Harris, RB – Alabama

75. Green Bay Packers – Kris Boyd, CB – Texas

76. Washington Redskins – Darnell Savage, S – Maryland

77. Carolina Panthers – Sutton Smith, EDGE – Northern Illinois

78. Miami Dolphins – Tre Lamar, LB – Clemson

79. Atlanta Falcons – D’Andre Walker, EDGE – Georgia

80. Cleveland Browns – Irv Smith Jr., TE – Alabama

81. Minnesota Vikings – Max Scharping, OT – Northern Illinois

82. Tennessee Titans – Te’Von Coney, LB – Notre Dame

83. Pittsburgh Steelers – Rodney Anderson, RB – Oklahoma

84. Seattle Seahawks – Michael Dogbe, DT – Temple

85. Baltimore Ravens – Darrell Henderson, RB – Memphis

86. Houston Texans – David Long, CB – Michigan

87. Chicago Bears – Andy Isabella, WR – University of Massachusetts

88. Detroit Lions – Kaden Smith, TE – Standford

89. Indianapolis Colts – Devin Singletary, RB – Florida Atlantic

90. Dallas Cowboys – Juan Thornhill, S – Virginia


Miami v Virginia

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– Check out the full scouting report of Thornhill here.

That Thornhill is still available this late obviously goes against what most draft experts are saying about the player at this point in the draft process. We recognize that most mocks and rankings have Thornhill in the second round range. And that may still be the case come draft day, but for this exercise I have him sliding.

Looking at his tape, Thornhill lacks the explosiveness and range of an elite safety, and there are other more athletic safeties in this class. If he turns in a quality time in the 40, three-cone and other tests at the Combine, though, there’s no way he makes it out of the second round, but that remains to be seen. As of now, the tape shows a technically sound safety without top-notch athleticism.

If he does fall this far, though, the Cowboys will gladly scoop him up, as Thornhill slots nicely into the strong safety role and should easily displace Jeff Heath. Playing alongside Xavier Woods a young safety tandem filled with potential. It would be up to Kris Richard to help them take the next step.

91. Los Angeles Chargers – Ryan Finley, QB – NC State

92. Kansas City Chiefs – Daniel Wise, DT – Kansas

93. New York Jets – Jace Sternberger, TE – Texas A&M

94. Jacksonville Jaguars – Benny Snell, RB – Kentucky

95. Cleveland Browns – Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma

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