Brand New Dallas Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft, All 11 Picks

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The Dallas Cowboys have 11 picks in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Cowboys have a ton of needs on both sides of the ball, but they will have the opportunity to upgrade some positions through May’s draft. It is vital that Jerry and Stephen Jones draft a ton of good players. Dallas needs new starters, and it also needs players for depth purposes. Let’s take a look at the latest Cowboys 7-round mock draft here on SportDFW.

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  • Chad

    I’d be more critical of this, except the FanSpeak simulator (assuming that you’re still using it) has had moments lately where we would have to reach on a position that we have a greater need for.

    • Ryan Ratty

      Yeah, it has its ups and downs. Thanks for reading!

  • Draftmane

    This is a good Draft!

    • Ryan Ratty

      Thanks, and thanks for reading!

  • SmartThinking

    Wow! Kinda like Christmas. Everybody gets what they want. Wonder how many broken toys will be in this year’s draft lot?

    • Ryan Ratty

      Thanks for commenting.

  • Old Frog

    Not happy if it goes down this way. Passing on all the premier interior O linemen in the first three rounds and grabbing a couple of gratuitous projects/backups in the 7th. Also another injured CB in the 7th.

    • Ryan Ratty

      Old Frog, I would love to get a guy like Zack Martin or Morgan Moses, but from what I’m reading, the Cowboys are pretty content with their offensive line. I believe they will draft Calvin Pryor because Jerry is making the picks.

  • John Mason

    love this draft Brandon Coleman is quite a sleeper

    • Ryan Ratty

      Agreed. I just hope he can improve his hands. Thanks for reading!

  • David


    I like the mock however I think they should go Guard or Tackle in the 3rd round. I think they can et Reid in the 4th. Especially if they need to trade up with the three 7th rounders. I dont think there is any way they use all seven of those 7th rounders. They have to use the three comp picks but can unload the other three. I have said my ultimate start would be Pryor and a DE like Crichton. I think they would be a huge improvement to the defense. The only other player I would think about adding after the first two picks is an LB. Other than Lee im still not happy there. And lastly Ryan I would not call a desperate need pick in Pryor a sexy pick. I also would not draft an RB in the 4th round but thats just me. RB is not a tremendous need and a 4th rounder should come in and compete hopefully for a job.

    • Ryan Ratty

      Agreed with you on the RB comment. I love Crichton, and the Cowboys really can’t go wrong in the first few rounds with the amount of quality players in this draft.

  • Assassin

    Not a bad draft although the WR from Rutgers might be a reach in the 5th. Since we don’t know what is still out there it’s hard to say but Tevin Reese from Baylor is phenomenal. Fast as lightning (4.3) and made some incredible catches. AVERAGED 25 yds per catch with 103 yds per game before dislocating his wrist with 4 games left.

    TOP 10 SCARIEST PLAYERS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL: 7. Tevin Reese, Baylor, WR: If you’re the fastest of the fast Bears team, you’re blazing fast and the 170-pound Reese is. The senior, who arrived in Waco weighing 148 pounds, has a 45-inch vertical and broad jumps 11-5. That explosiveness helps explain why he leads the country in receptions of 40 yards (eight). – Bruce Feldman,

    • Ryan Ratty

      I do like Tevin Reese, but his weight concerns me. I’m a fan of big-body receivers, and Reese isn’t that. Like Terrance Williams, Reese has a small frame. Coleman isn’t the fastest, but he has potential because of his frame alone.

  • jrcowboy49

    This has to be the absolute worst draft selections I have seen to date! Ratty needs to find a different job!
    Even Jerrah might pick a better draft than this one.

    • Ryan Ratty

      Care to elaborate? I would love to hear your draft. Go Cowboys!

  • Keith Ranson

    Not Really Bad At All, Providing The CB From Maryland Can Stay healthy.

    • Ryan Ratty

      Agreed. Thanks for reading, Keith.

  • Assassin

    I would add that I would take the QB from West Texas A&M, Dustin Vaughn over Gilbert. Huge guy with a powerful arm. He was 447 of 675 for a 66.2 average with 5,401 yards and 53 touchdown passes in 2013. Vaughan is the only quarterback at any level to pass for 5,000 yards this season as he led the nation in passing and was second in passing yards per game. His 53 touchdown passes also led the nation and was the most in conference history in a season, as well as being third-most all-time in Division II. Vaughan is a two-time LSC Offensive and Academic Player of the Year and was the LSC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2012-13. He owns the school and conference record for career passing yards (13,525), total yards (13,608) and touchdowns (123).

    • Ryan Ratty

      Funny you mention that. I do like Vaughan, but he’s coming from a DII school. That alone is alarming.

      • Assassin

        I played three years at Texas A&I back in the 70′s. We had 26 players from those years sign pro contracts and we also have three NFL Hall of Famers. Nothing wrong with DII players

        • Ryan Ratty

          Not saying that DII players are bad, but Vaughan is a quarterback. He played against DII competition, which is something NFL teams will worry about.

  • Guy Smith

    Man, If we drafted these players next month and showed Hilights of that draft on a plane, I’d walk out,

    • Ryan Ratty

      Your opinions, Guy. Thanks for reading!

  • Alfredo Martinez

    I dont like this draft… Sorry… I want DL can rush the passer on my first 2 picks…Anthony Barr, Donald, Dee Ford or at least the speedster ryan shazier in the first round… In the second i could pick Scott Crichton from Oregon State.. In the third could pull the trigger with Trent Murphy….

  • Tony Hernandez, III

    Ratty, I know this is just a “mock” draft but a safety with the first pick?! Are you kidding me?

    • Ed

      I second that. Last year I’d say it was a possibility. This year I’d say it’s 100% unlikely.

  • Ed

    Ryan, do you honestly expect the Cowboys to take a safety in the first round? Honestly, there’s no indication that they would do so and the top safeties don’t offer a sure bang for the buck based on their combine/pro day performances. Dix and Pryor are solid guys but not worth a first rounder on a team with as many holes as the Cowboys have. If Donald is still on the board they’ll take him. If not they’ll likely trade down. We’ll see in a few weeks.