Dallas Cowboys Complete Mock Draft (Adithya Final)

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COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 17: Trayveon Williams #5 of the Texas A&M Aggies breaks the tackle attempt by Thomas Johnston #7 of the UAB Blazers in the fourth quarter at Kyle Field on November 17, 2018 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images) /

Pick No. 128:

Trayveon Williams, Running Back, Texas A&M

I WILL NEVER STOP MOCKING THIS MAN TO THE COWBOYS! NEVER! Even if you want to call me out for bias, Williams is one of the most complete backs in this class, and if we know anything about what the Cowboys are looking for at running back, Williams has the skills to pay the bills.

For some reason, the Cowboys are not willing to select a running back to be a complementary piece to Zeke, they want a legitimate back up running back. (The fact that Kellen Moore couldn’t do that for the offense is… disappointing) In the event Elliott does have to leave the field, Williams could easily fill in for the All-Pro.

You can find my full analysis on Williams here. He is a bit undersized but doesn’t play as such. He is a bell cow running back who is elusive in open space. He’s one of the best, if not the best, pass protector in this draft and his production speaks for itself.

Williams is also a high character guy and could develop nicely behind the beloved Ezekiel Elliott. Williams is one of two Williams I’d draft for the Cowboys, the other being Dexter Williams. The Cowboys are in need of a backup running back and if available in the fourth, Trayveon could easily be that guy.

Of course, the issue is he needs to be available that late. Trayveon is one of the better running backs in this draft so naturally teams will pick him if they want a running back. Recent mock drafts and draft experts have Williams going early in the third round. If the Cowboys want the services of the Aggie, they might have to snag him in the third.

Once again, in this scenario Williams was available at 128 so it was easy to take him without hesitation. (It also seems this mock draft is a best case scenario for the Cowboys)