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Full seven-round Cowboys 2019 mock draft – after the combine

Now that the NFL Combine has come and gone, we have a better idea of where draft prospects stand. The Cowboys don’t have a first-round pick, so they’re doing their homework on later-round prospects and there are plenty of good ones out there.

Last month I did a three-round mock draft which you can read here, but now that the full amount of compensatory draft picks have been awarded out, here is a full seven-round mock draft that takes into account players’ performances at the combine. Needless to say, things have changed since the last mock.

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

2. San Francisco 49ersJosh Allen, EDGE – Kentucky

3. New York Jets – Quinnen Williams, DT – Alabama

4. Oakland Raiders – DK Metcalf, WR – Ole Miss

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Rashan Gary, EDGE – Michigan

6. New York Giants – Jawaan Taylor, OT – Florida

7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Dwayne Haskins, QB – Ohio State

8. Detroit Lions – Brian Burns, EDGE – Florida State

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

10. Denver Broncos – Drew Lock, QB – Missouri

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

12. Green Bay Packers – Devin White, LB – LSU

13. Miami Dolphins – Montez Sweat, EDGE – Mississippi State

14. Atlanta Falcons – Garrett Bradbury, OG – NC State

15. Washington Redskins – Kyler Murray, QB – Oklahoma

16. Carolina Panthers – Jonah Williams, OL – Alabama

17. Cleveland Browns – Ed Oliver, DL – Houston

18. Minnesota Vikings – Cody Ford, OL – Oklahoma

19. Tennessee Titans – Hakeem Butler, WR – Iowa State

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Greedy Williams, CB – LSU

21. Seattle Seahawks – Nasir Adderley, S – Delaware

22. Baltimore Ravens – Clelin Ferrell, EDGE – Clemson

23. Houston Texans – Byron Murphy, CB – Washington

24. Oakland Raiders (from CHI) – Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S – Florida

25. Philadelphia Eagles – DeAndre Baker, CB – Georgia

26. Indianapolis Colts – Christian Wilkins, DT – Clemson

27. Oakland Raiders (from DAL) – Devin Bush, LB – Michigan

In keeping with what Stephen Jones plans to do when the Raiders are on the clock with this pick, here’s some Amari Cooper highlights.

28. Los Angeles Chargers – Mack Wilson, LB – Alabama

29. Kansas City Chiefs – Joshua Jacobs, RB – Alabama

30. Green Bay Packers (from NO) – AJ Brown, WR – Ole Miss

31. Los Angeles Rams – Amani Oruwariye, CB – Penn State

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

Second Round:

33. Arizona Cardinals – TJ Hockenson, TE – Iowa

34. Indianapolis Colts (from NYJ) – Kelvin Harmon, WR – NC State

35. Oakland Raiders – Jachai Polite, EDGE – Florida

36. San Francisco 49ers – Deionte Thompson, S – Alabama

37. New York Giants – Johnathan Abram, S – Mississippi State

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – Chris Lindstrom, OL – Boston College

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Justin Layne, CB – Michigan State

40. Buffalo Bills – Erik McCoy, OL – Texas A&M

41. Denver Broncos – Jeffery Simmons, DT – Mississippi State

42. Cincinnati Bengals – Elgton Jenkins, OL – Mississippi State

43. Detroit Lions – Joejuan Williams, CB – Vanderbilt

44. Green Bay Packers – Dru Samia, OG – Oklahoma

45. Atlanta Falcons – Yodny Cajuste, OT – West Virginia

46. Washington Redskins – Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE – Louisiana Tech

47. Carolina Panthers – Chase Winovich, EDGE – Michigan

48. Miami Dolphins – Jerry Tillery, DT – Notre Dame

49. Cleveland Browns – Lonnie Johnson Jr., CB – Kentucky

50. Minnesota Vikings – Dalton Risner, OT – Kansas State

51. Tennessee Titans – Christian Miller, EDGE – Alabama

52. Pittsburgh Steelers – Julian Love, CB – Notre Dame

53. Philadelphia Eagles (from BAL) – Taylor Rapp, S – Washington

54. Houston Texans (from SEA) – Greg Little, OT – Ole Miss

55. Houston Texans – Ben Powers, OG – Oklahoma

56. New England Patriots (from CHI) – D’Andre Walker, EDGE – Georgia

57. Philadelphia Eagles – Marquise Brown, WR – Oklahoma

58. Dallas Cowboys – Charles Omenihu, DL – Texas

The Texas defensive lineman has the potential to contribute to the pass rush immediately. At 6’5” and 280 pounds, he can line up as a 3-technique defensive tackle or a defensive end in certain situations. His versatility reminds me of Tyrone Crawford, but Omenihu’s repertoire of pass rush moves is much better. The Cowboys effectively fill two needs with one player here.

59. Indianapolis Colts – Deebo Samuel, WR – South Carolina

60. Los Angeles Chargers – Emmanuel Hall, WR – Missouri

61. Kansas City Chiefs – Vosean Joseph, LB – Florida

62. New Orleans Saints – Parris Campbell, WR – Ohio State

63. Kansas City Chiefs (from LAR) – Trayvon Mullen, CB – Clemson

64. New England Patriots – Rock Ya-Sin, CB – Temple

Third Round:

65. Arizona Cardinals – LJ Collier, EDGE, TCU

66. Oakland Raiders – Irv Smith Jr., TE – Alabama

67. San Francisco 49ers – Andy Isabella, WR – UMass

68. New York Jets – Connor McGovern, OG – Penn State

69. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jace Sternberger, TE – Texas A&M

70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Kaleb McGary, OT – Washington

71. Denver Broncos – David Edwards, OT – Wisconsin

72. Cincinnati Bengals – Dax Raymond, TE – Utah State

73. New England Patriots (from DET) – Riley Ridley, WR – Georgia

74. Buffalo Bills – Zach Allen, EDGE – Boston College

75. Green Bay Packers – Juan Thornhill, S – Virginia

76. Washington Redskins – Mike Bell, S – Fresno State

77. Carolina Panthers – Darnell Savage, S – Maryland

78. Miami Dolphins – Mecole Hardman, WR – Georgia

79. Atlanta Falcons – Dexter Lawrence, DT – Clemson

80. Cleveland Browns – JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR – Stanford

81. Minnesota Vikings – Preston Williams, WR – Colorado State

82. Tennessee Titans – Ross Pierschbacher, OG – Alabama

83. Pittsburgh Steelers – Bobby Okerke, LB – Stanford

84. Seattle Seahawks – Renell Wren, DT – Arizona State

85. Baltimore Ravens – Dillon Mitchell, WR – Oregon

86. Houston Texans – Miles Sanders, RB – Penn State

87. Chicago Bears – Sean Bunting, S – Central Michigan

88. Detroit Lions (from PHI) – Oshane Ximines, EDGE – Old Dominion

89. Indianapolis Colts – Dre’Mont Jones, DT – Ohio State

90. Dallas Cowboys – Terry McLaurin, WR – Ohio State

If the Cowboys really do decide they don’t want to give Cole Beasley all that guaranteed money, Terry McLaurin would be a really solid replacement plan. Like Beasley, McLaurin is quick on his feet and does a great job moving around in the shallow routes. His route running is also ideal, and when working in the slot he does a good job of creating separation. He’ll pair very well with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup.

91. Los Angeles Chargers – Michael Deiter, OL – Wisconsin

92. Kansas City Chiefs – Joe Giles-Harris, LB – Duke

93. New York Jets (from NO) – Darrell Henderson, RB – Memphis

94. Jacksonville Jaguars – Antoine Wesley, WR – Texas Tech

95. Cleveland Browns (from NE) – Drue Tranquill, LB – Notre Dame

96. Washington Redskins – Nate Davis, OG – Charlotte

97. New England Patriots – Daniel Jones, QB – Duke

98. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR) – Amani Hooker, CB – Iowa

99. Los Angeles Rams – Ben Banogu, EDGE – TCU

100. Carolina Panthers – Beau Benzschawel, OG – Wisconsin

101. New England Patriots – Kris Boyd, CB – Texas

102. Baltimore Ravens – Maxx Crosby, EDGE – Eastern Michigan

Fourth Round

103. Arizona Cardinals – Bunchy Stallings, OG – Kentucky

104. San Francisco 49ers – David Long, CB – Michigan

105. New York Jets – Michael Jackson, CB – Miami

106. Oakland Raiders – David Montgomery, RB – Iowa State

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

108. New York Giants – Dennis Daley, OT – South Carolina

109. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jakobi Meyers, WR – NC State

110. Cincinnati Bengals – David Long, LB – West Virginia

111. Detroit Lions – Josh Oliver, TE – San Jose State

112. Buffalo Bills – Daylon Mack, DT – Texas A&M

113. Baltimore Ravens (from DEN) – Damien Harris, RB – Alabama

114. Green Bay Packers – Darius Slayton, WR – Auburn

115. Carolina Panthers – Trysten Hill, DT – UCF

116. Miami Dolphins – Te’Von Coney, LB – Notre Dame

117. Atlanta Falcons – Justin Hollins, EDGE – Oregon

118. Green Bay Packers (from WAS) – Gary Johnson, LB – Texas

119. Cleveland Browns – Dawson Knox, TE – Ole Miss

120. Minnesota Vikings – Zach Gentry, TE – Michigan

121. Tennessee Titans – Marquise Blair, S – Utah

122. Pittsburgh Steelers – Tyree Jackson, QB – Buffalo

123. Baltimore Ravens – Gerald Willis, DL – Miami

124. Seattle Seahawks – Ugochukwu Amadi, DB – Oregon

125. Denver Broncos (from HOU) – Montre Hartage, CB – Northwestern

126. Chicago Bears – Tytus Howard, OT – Alabama State

127. Philadelphia Eagles – Khalen Saunders, DT – Western Illinois

128. Dallas Cowboys – Justice Hill, RB – Oklahoma State

Ezekiel Elliott can’t keep up the workload he’s been getting if the Cowboys want him to last to the end of the next contract they’re about to give him. Finding a complementary back to Zeke is important, and at 128 overall, Justice Hill does that at tremendous value. Hill has the patience and burst to break off big gains in Dallas’ zone blocking scheme, and he’s a better route runner than some receivers in this draft class, making him a legitimate threat catching passes. He’ll allow Zeke to save his stamina without the team losing much production.

129. Indianapolis Colts – Tre Watson, LB – Maryland

130. Los Angeles Chargers – Daniel Wise, DT – Kansas

131. Buffalo Bills (from KC) – Devin Singletary, RB – FAU

132. New York Giants (from NO) – Terronne Prescod, OL – NC State

133. Los Angeles Rams – Kahale Warring, TE – San Diego State

134. New England Patriots – Germaine Pratt, LB – NC State

135. Indianapolis Colts – Kendall Sheffield, CB – Ohio State

136. Dallas Cowboys – Anthony Nelson, EDGE – Iowa

Read my scouting report on him here, but Nelson is 6’7” and 271 pounds with some of the most technically sound pass rushing techniques in this class. He’s not too athletic, but Nelson is powerful, long, and fundamentally sound, which is exactly what Dallas likes in their edge rushers. Nelson has a chance to supplant either Dorance Armstrong or Taco Charlton on the depth chart.

137. Atlanta Falcons – Alize Mack, TE – Notre Dame

138. Philadelphia Eagles – Bobby Evans, OT – Oklahoma

Fifth Round

139. Arizona Cardinals – Tyler Roemer, OT – San Diego State

140. New York Jets – Joe Jackson, EDGE – Miami

141. Oakland Raiders – Jalen Jelks, EDGE – Oregon

142. New York Giants (from SF) – DaMarkus Lodge, WR – Ole Miss

143. New York Giants – Will Grier, QB – West Virginia

144. Cleveland Browns (from JAX) – Trayveon Williams, RB – Texas A&M

145. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Rodney Anderson, RB – Oklahoma

146. Detroit Lions – Stanley Morgan Jr., WR – Nebraska

147. Buffalo Bills – Drew Sample, TE – Washington

148. Denver Broncos – Chase Hansen, LB – Utah

149. Cincinnati Bengals – Mike Edwards, S – Kentucky

150. Green Bay Packers – Kingsley Keke, DT – Texas A&M

151. Miami Dolphins – Derrick Baity, CB – Kentucky

152. Atlanta Falcons – Jordan Scarlett, RB – Florida

153. Washington Redskins – KeeSean Johnson, WR – Fresno State

154. Carolina Panthers – Jordan Ta’Amu, QB – Ole Miss

155. Cleveland Browns – Chuma Edoga, OT – USC

156. Denver Broncos (from MIN) – Terry Godwin, WR – Georgia

157. Tennessee Titans – Isaiah Buggs, DL – Alabama

158. Buffalo Bills (from PIT) – Oli Udoh, OT – Elon

159. Seattle Seahawks – Anthony Johnson, WR – Buffalo

160. Baltimore Ravens – Sutton Smith, EDGE – Northern Illinois

161. Houston Texans – Isaac Nauta, TE – Georgia

162. Chicago Bears – Isaiah Johnson, CB – Houston

163. Philadelphia Eagles – Deshaun Davis, LB – Auburn

164. Indianapolis Colts – Tyree St. Louis, OT – Miami

165. Dallas Cowboys – Sheldrick Redwine, S – Miami

Sheldrick Redwine is more than just an awesome name. He has a great frame and does a good job of playing the run with a desire to go up and make the tackle. Redwine needs to work on refining the fundamentals, such as better form tackling and block shedding, but if the Cowboys can sign Earl Thomas or someone else, Redwine can take his time developing behind them. He should also be able to contribute on special teams in the meantime.

166. Los Angeles Chargers – Kaden Smith, TE – Stanford

167. Kansas City Chiefs – Wyatt Ray, EDGE – Boston College

168. New Orleans Saints – Donnie Lewis, CB – Tulane

169. Los Angeles Rams – Delvon Randall, S – Temple

170. Cleveland Browns (from NE) – BJ Blunt, S – McNeese State

171. New York Giants – Evan Worthington, S – Colorado

172. Atlanta Falcons – Ulysees Gilbert III, LB – Akron

173. Washington Redskins – Dontavius Russell, DT – Auburn

Sixth Round

174. Arizona Cardinals – Jahlani Tavai, LB – Hawaii

175. Pittsburgh Steelers (from OAK) – Travis Fulgham, WR – Old Dominion

176. San Francisco 49ers – Terry Beckner, DT – Missouri

177. New Orleans Saints (from NYJ) – Devine Ozigbo, RB – Nebraska

178. Jacksonville Jaguars – Isaiah Prince, OT – Ohio State

179. Arizona Cardinals (from TB) – Michael Jordan, OG – Ohio State

180. New York Giants – Ben Burr-Kirven, LB – Washington

181. Buffalo Bills – Hamp Cheevers, CB – Boston College

182. Denver Broncos – Lukas Denis, S – Boston College

183. Cincinnati Bengals – David Sills V, WR – West Virginia

184. Detroit Lions – TJ Edwards, LB – Wisconsin

185. Green Bay Packers – Max Scharping, OT – Northern Illinois

186. Atlanta Falcons – Tim Harris, CB – Virginia

187. Carolina Panthers – Foster Moreau, TE – LSU

188. Miami Dolphins – Malik Carner, EDGE – North Carolina

189. Cleveland Browns – D’Cota Dixon, S – Wisconsin

190. Minnesota Vikings – Lester Cotton, OL – Alabama

191. Baltimore Ravens (from TEN) – Tre Lamar, LB – Clemson

192. Pittsburgh Steelers – Myles Gaskin, RB – Washington

193. Baltimore Ravens – Darius West, S – Kentucky

194. Green Bay Packers (from SEA) – Andrew Wingard, S – Wyoming

195. Houston Texans – Carl Granderson, EDGE – Wyoming

196. Oakland Raiders (from CHI) – Alex Bars, OL – Notre Dame

197. Philadelphia Eagles – Byron Cowart, EDGE – Maryland

198. Cincinnati Bengals (from DAL) – Jarrett Stidham, QB – Auburn

199. Indianapolis Colts – Tommy Sweeney, TE – Boston College

200. Los Angeles Chargers – Gardner Minshew, QB – Washington State

201. Kansas City Chiefs – Hunter Renfrow, WR – Clemson

202. New Orleans Saints – Andrew Beck, TE – Texas

203. Los Angeles Rams – Chris Slayton, DL – Syracuse

204. Detroit Lions (from NE) – Jon Baker, OL – Boston College

205. New England Patriots – Dravon Askew-Henry, S – West Virginia

206. Washington Redskins – Blace Brown, CB – Troy

207. Arizona Cardinals – Jojo McIntosh, S – Washington

208. Philadelphia Eagles – Saivion Smith, CB – Alabama

209. Minnesota Vikings – Austin Bryant, EDGE – Clemson

210. Cincinnati Bengals – Kevin Wilkins, DT – Rutgers

211. Cincinnati Bengals – Jordan Wyatt, CB – SMU

212. San Francisco 49ers – Dre Greenlaw, LB – Arkansas

213. Cincinnati Bengals – Will Harris, S – Boston College

214. Kansas City Chiefs – DeMarcus Christmas, DT – Florida State

Seventh Round

215. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from AZ) – Kendall Joseph, LB – Clemson

216. Kansas City Chiefs (from SF) – Garrett Brumfield, OL – LSU

217. New York Jets – Ricky Walker, DT – Virginia Tech

218. Oakland Raiders – Ryan Finley, QB – NC State

219. Pittsburgh Steelers (from TB) – Michael Dogbe, DL – Temple

220. Houston Texans (from NYG) – Marvel Tell, S – USC

221. Cleveland Browns (from JAX) – Khari Willis, S – Michigan State

222. Chicago Bears (from DEN) – Kyle Phillips, EDGE – Tennessee

223. Cincinnati Bengals – Malik Gant, S – Marshall

224. Detroit Lions – Jah’Shawn Johnson, S – Texas Tech

225. Buffalo Bills – Joey Alfieri, LB – Stanford

226. Green Bay Packers – Saquan Hampton, S – Rutgers

227. Washington Redskins – Khalil Hodge, LB – Buffalo

228. Buffalo Bills (from CAR) – Tyree Kinnel, S – Michigan

229. Detroit Lions (from MIA) – Jonathan Crawford, S – Indiana

230. Atlanta Falcons – John Battle, S – LSU

231. New Orleans Saints (from CLE) – Brett Rypien, QB – Boise State

232. New York Giants (from MIN) – Armon Watts, DL – Arkansas

233. Tennessee Titans – Jimmy Moreland, CB – James Madison

234. Miami Dolphins (from PIT) – Karan Higdon, RB – Michigan

235. Oakland Raiders (from SEA) – Greg Gaines, DT – Washington

236. Jacksonville Jaguars (from BAL) – Nick Linder, OL – Indiana

237. Denver Broncos (from HOU) – Shareef Miller, EDGE – Penn State

238. Chicago Bears – Ryquell Armstead, RB – Temple

239. New England Patriots (from PHI) – Kendall Adams, S – Kansas State

240. Indianapolis Colts – Javon Patterson, OG – Ole Miss

241. Dallas Cowboys – Terrill Hanks, LB – New Mexico State

Terrill Hanks used to be a safety but he converted to linebacker in his senior year at New Mexico State. Naturally, he’s still learning the positon, but his background as a box safety translates well. His coverage skills are solid and Hanks does a good job of coming up and making the tackle. He’ll need to work on things like anticipation, angling, and block shedding, but he can provide great depth and contribute on special teams. Depending on how well he progresses in his second year at linebacker, Hanks could even become an option at WILL linebacker in the future.

242. Los Angeles Chargers – Jamal Peters, CB – Mississippi State

243. New England Patriots (from KC) – Calvin Anderson, OT – Texas

244. New Orleans Saints – Sione Takitaki, LB – BYU

245. New York Giants (from LAR) – Ryan Connelly, LB – Wisconsin

246. New England Patriots – Otaro Alaka, LB – Texas A&M

247. Minnesota Vikings – Cortez Broughton, DT – Cincinnati

248. Arizona Cardinals – Mitch Hyatt, OT – Clemson

249. Arizona Cardinals – Zedrick Woods, S – Ole Miss

250. Minnesota Vikings – Tyrel Dodson, LB – Texas A&M

251. Los Angeles Rams – Jerome Washington, TE – Rutgers

252. New England Patriots – EJ Ejiya, LB – North Texas

253. Washington Redskins – Donald Parham, TE – Stetson

254. Arizona Cardinals – Dakota Allen, LB – Texas Tech

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