Dallas Cowboys DL No. 3
Marvin Wilson, IDL, Florida State
Marvin Wilson has a big wide muscular frame that makes him a definite to play in the NFL. His size and strength gives him ability to win battles upfront and cause problems for NFL offenses. Watching him at Florida State, his force is one thing that stands out the most.
The first initial pop from Wilson has the power to surprise offensive lineman. For a man his size he should not be able to move the way he does. He has shown in his time at Florida State that he possesses the right skill set to be impactful in the NFL.
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The Dallas Cowboys would be drafting a 6’5″ 311lb defensive lineman that has outstanding ability when it comes to splitting double teams. They will also get a defensive lineman that will not be pushed around in a one on one situation. Wilson will cause double teams and free up other defensive lineman.
If the Dallas Cowboys select Marvin Wilson with their 10th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft they would be getting a player that can start immediately. He would be the best pick for the needs that need to be addressed for the Cowboys front seven. On draft night it would be surprising if the Dallas Cowboys do not select Marvin Wilson with their 10th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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