Dallas Cowboys 7 Round Mock Draft Using Mock Draft Simulator

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October 27, 2012; Columbia, MO, USA; Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Kony Ealy (47) and Missouri Tigers defensive back E.J. Gaines (31) celebrate after scoring a touchdown on a fumble during the fourth quarter at Faurot Field. The Missouri Tigers defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 33-10. Mandatory Credit: Dak Dillon-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 NFL Draft may still be over 2 months away but it’s never too early to be mocking. Today we’re going to mock all seven rounds of the draft for the Cowboys. We will take a look at who may be available and who the Cowboys could be targeting. We will draft based on need and on value. Assisting Sport DFW today with this seven round mock draft is Fanspeak.com’s Mock Draft Simulator.

Fanspeak’s Mock Draft Simulator combines player rankings with team needs in order to determine what pick each team will make. The weight of each variable will shift slightly from draft to draft so each time a mock draft is conducted the results will slightly vary.

Follow Sport DFW as we take an early stab at drafting through Fanspeak’s simulator. At the end, we will link you in and let you take a shot at being the GM of your own draft.

 

Oct 19, 2013; Columbia, MO, USA; Florida Gators quarterback Tyler Murphy (3) is hit by Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Kony Ealy (47) while throwing during the second half at Faurot Field. Missouri won 36-17. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Round 1

DE Kony Ealy Missouri

Standing 6’4” at 275lbs Ealy fits the bill as a prototypical pass-rusher. Able to fit a 4-3 scheme as a DE or a 3-4 scheme as a OLB, Ealy should be in high demand on draft day. Kony is fast and flexible and plays with speed and agility in pursuit to the QB. He isn’t very powerful but most scouts believe he can add weight to his frame without sacrificing any speed.

Kony has the ability to become a premier pass-rusher in the NFL in a very short time. If he’s available when the Cowboys go on the clock, he will be tough to pass over.

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