Dallas Cowboys 7-round Mock Draft: Dan Version 1.0

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Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft

Round Three – Marvin Wilson – Defensive Tackle – Florida State

There was a time that Wilson was thought to be a top fifteen pick, but injuries and some technique issues has seen him drop for now. Wilson is more of a true 1-technique defensive tackle than the Cowboys have had and in the run game it is really hard to move Wilson. He has a great first punch and is really stout against the run.

As a pass rusher Wilson is a little up and down. I wouldn’t consider him explosive, but he has a strong swim move and if could develop a few more moves he could be better than he has been. Sometimes he gets a little high and has to stay lower, but he has the athleticism to adjust and overcome mistakes.

Round Four (1st Pick) – Andre Cisco – Safety – Syracuse

This draft does not look like it has a lot of top end safety talent, but that does not mean a safety to fill what the Cowboys needs can’t be found. Cisco is a quick, rangy safety with superb ball skills. He is athletic and can play single high if needed. He loves to attack the ball and looks to make plays as he can. He is a little bit of a freelancer, but I wonder how much is him feeling he has to do everything for Syracuse.

Cisco needs some work with his footwork and not trying to do too much in the game. He is a willing tackler, but not the best. Really his ball skills are so elite that you draft him with the hope that he can achieve his celing. A huge get for a Cowboys defense that needs playmakers.