Dallas Cowboys: 2021 7-Round Mock Draft (November Edition)

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Round 4, Pick 104


Rodarius Williams

As mentioned before, cornerback was a position the Cowboys need to address early. But if we’re drafting smart, and that’s using best player available, then this is how things could shake out. If Dallas passes on CB in Round 1 they may either be reaching or waiting on Day 2. I clearly did the latter, which just illustrates how important it is the Dallas Cowboys find a starting caliber CB in free agency this year.

Chidobe Awuzie is expected to leave in free agency. As is Jourdan Lewis. That leaves Trevon Diggs as a starting outside CB and Anthony Brown as the starting slot CB. Yikes, right? Keep in mind, Dallas immediately moved Reggie Robinson to safety this year so chances are that’s been their plan all along and they have no intention of moving him back to CB.

The need at CB is real.

Rodarius Williams is a 6-foot-0, 180 lbs outside cornerback from Oklahoma State. He’s a fairly long and durable coverman. Natural with his movement and never flustered. He’s been one of the best CBs in the country and could rocket up draft boards between now and the end of the season.

Right now, he’s an undervalued pick who could be starter very early in his Dallas Cowboys career. Major value to be found right here.