Dallas Cowboys Undrafted Free Agency 2022: Who are these guys?

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Ty Fryfogel, WR, Indiana

With the Dallas Cowboys losing Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson, there felt like several openings at the wide receiver position. Fryfogel probably won’t compete on day one for one of the starting spots, but he could find his way with special teams play and time on the practice squad. There were some expectations for Fryfogel coming into his senior season, but they did not manifest.

Fryfogel sells his routes well which helps him create separation. Fryfogel uses his quick hands, length, and jumping ability to high point balls and react quickly to passes. Had a better 2020 than 2021, so flashes are there and quarterback play had a lot to do with the dropoff. He is an excellent route runner and uses his entire body in the route.

Fryfogel won’t blow a lot of defenders away with his speed, and while he changes gear well, his top gear is fairly average. More quick out of breaks than explosive, he relies on technique over physical attributes. Had a drop issue his senior year which appeared to be concentration drops. Can disappear for long stretches, streaky player, but fairly dependable when involved.