Dallas Cowboys: 5 Best Remaining Targets

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Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska

During the draft, ESPN’s Ed Werder reported that the Cowboys’ staff had a meeting about the possibility of taking troubled, yet talented pass-rushers in Shane Ray or Randy Gregory.

Despite not having either one of the two in for pre-draft visits, the Cowboys would be hard-pressed to find a player better on Day 2 than Gregory. At 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, with 35-inch arms Gregory isn’t that strong, but he has the physical tools and the pass-rushing moves to become a legitimate double-digit sack leader in the NFL.

Gregory has the quickest hands from a defensive end in this draft class. He has the ability to power through offensive linemen, but he also has the ability to keep distance in between him and his opponent because of his long arms. He plays low to the ground, and if he’s going one direction, he shows the unique trait of flipping his hips with ease. If the Cowboys are serious about drafting a defensive end, then there isn’t a player that makes more sense than the Nebraska product on Day 2.

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