Sport DFW NFL Draft Roundup 1.2: A Look at the Defensive Line Prospects, Mock Drafts, Player Analysis, and More…

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Nov 23, 2013; Pasadena, CA, USA; Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback Taylor Kelly (10) is chased down by UCLA Bruins linebacker Anthony Barr (11) in the first half of the game at the Rose Bowl. Arizona State Sun Devils won 38-33. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Draft Roundup is a look back at Sport DFW draft coverage from previous weeks. If you missed it the first time this is a great opportunity to catch up on Mock Drafts, Rumors, Strategies, and Player Profiles. We will offer NFL Draft Round Up every week from now until the Draft day in May. This comprehensive coverage will offer links to articles and profiles ensuring you never miss a thing!

In this edition of NFL Draft Roundup we a look at some player profiles. We will focus specifically on the DL and the top prospects the Cowboys may be pursuing. We also offer up a 7 round Dallas Cowboy Mock Draft.

First, Sport DFW’s Ryan Ratty shows his mock draft for the Dallas Cowboys. He runs a mock draft specifically looking at the Dallas Cowboys and their picks. Who does he project going to the Cowboys? You’ll have follow the link to see:

Next, Sport DFW takes an early look at some draft prospects on the defensive line. Profiles will change as more film is reviewed and workouts take place, but it’s never too early to starting looking.

Defensive Line Prospects

DE/OLB Kony Ealy: One of the very first profiles done has seen his ups and downs. An inconsistent player in school possess the ability to be an amazing pro.

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DE/DT Ra’Shede Hageman: Hageman is another one of the uber-athletic  D-Linemen available this year. He comes with baggage and positional versatility.

NT/DT Louis Nix III: The big man in the middle for the Irish is ideal to play a 1-technique tackle. At over 320lbs he is big enough to take on multiple blockers and surprisingly nimble enough to still make splash plays in the backfield. Imagine how good Sean Lee could be if he had a mammoth tackle in front of him.

DT Will Sutton: Sutton doesn’t possess the same potential as the aforementioned three, but he is polished and boasts a higher floor, which equals less risk.

DT Daniel McCullers: All potential. He’s as polished as …well…something that’s really unpolished. This beast of a man is 6’8” and over 350 lbs. He’s used to beating people up with his size rather than using skill.

DE/OLB Scott Crichton: Smart and Fast and generally likable kid.

Continue looking at DL prospects on Page 2

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