Dallas Cowboys Draft: 5 Best Players Heading into Day Three

Bryce Hall, Cornerback (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
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The Dallas Cowboys are entering day three of the NFL Draft with a tremendous haul from their first two days. Who are the best available prospects heading into the third day of action?

The Dallas Cowboys have had a good draft thus far. In the first round, the Cowboys got their highest receiver on the board with Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. In the second round, a potential first-round pick fell to their laps in Alabama cornerback Trevon Diggs. In the third round, they once again found tremendous value in Oklahoma defensive tackle Neville Gallimore.

There continue to be some excellent prospects on the board and given what has happened, the Cowboys are likely to end up with players they really like. The Cowboys have gone best player available thus far and have reaped some serious benefits.

Day three has a wide range of prospects from underdeveloped athletes, prospects with poor production, or prospects with lower athletic upsides. The Cowboys have filled their needs at wide receiver, cornerback, and defensive tackle; some remaining holes include defensive end or safety. With four picks at their disposal, there is a possibility both positions see a rookie, however, this edge class is notoriously weak and the safety class has lost some shine with the late selection of Terrell Burgess by the Los Angeles Rams.

This list consists of five players who play positions the Cowboys would seriously consider drafting.