Much has been written about the Dallas Cowboys and what they will do in the draft. While most of it has been focused on starters, not much has been written about depth players.
We have all read the mock drafts, player profiles, news articles, and sports blogs related to the draft and the Dallas Cowboys. Almost all of them have been focused on the first few rounds and starting quality players.
Only a few have pointed to depth players, however most of those have centered around Big 12 players and not national players.
Let’s take a moment to talk about a few players that might garner serious consideration in the later round. They could either be role players, rotational guys, “sleepers” and/or standouts. Let’s look at players who have serious “pet cat” qualities.
First, for those who don’t know what a “Pet Cat” is, it is a player that gets selected in late rounds who, for whatever reason, you feel could be a great player. Usually, it is pretty individually centered, but a lot of people share certain players.
The players in this article aren’t just my own pet cats from watching video or games, but also names I have heard thrown around from scouting reports, other fan bases, and listening to radio or TV reports.
Not all of the players listed are pet cats to me, but maybe they could be to you.
Let’s look at some depth players that could be available for the Dallas Cowboys in late rounds or as undrafted free agents. Most of the players listed have a chance to be a contributor or could even become starting quality. Some will surely not make it, but each has something that makes them intriguing.