Dallas Cowboys 7-Round 2022 Mock Draft: Dan 2.0

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /
9 of 9
Mandatory Credit: Stephen Spillman-USA TODAY Sports
Mandatory Credit: Stephen Spillman-USA TODAY Sports /

There are other positions the Cowboys could go after both during and right after the draft. Cameron Dicker is a placekicker from Texas who could come and compete for a starting role.

Cornerback is another position the Cowboys could address, and there are some later round corners that could help a Cowboys team with some questions at the position, especially at slot corner, one name to watch is Chase Lucas in the later rounds.

How the Cowboys work free agency is going to be the big question to answer moving forward. One thing we do know is the Cowboys will need help on the offensive line and defensive line. This draft is loaded with offensive linemen, which helps the Cowboys’ decisions for moving forward.

The team will look to head into the draft without having to be in a corner early and wants to say they went with “BPA”.

Next. Concerning? Dallas Cowboys defensive coverage was top-10 in predictability. dark

Must Read. 5 Free Agent WRs to replace Michael Gallup. light

With the combine about to start, there will be some risers and fallers, but for now, these are some names to look at. Speed and size are two major qualities this coaching staff looks for, and taking out some of the smaller players from consideration does shed some light on each pick.

Related Story. Dallas Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft (v1.1). light

One of the most vital parts will be if the Cowboys can adjust to the player and not force a player to adjust to the scheme.