Dallas Cowboys Complete 7-Round Mock Draft 2023: Adding Extra Picks

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The 2023 NFL Draft is three months away for the Dallas Cowboys.

Leading up to the draft is a time I call lying season. NFL teams like the Dallas Cowboys will not reveal who they want and people will spread false information. I believe nothing I read or hear.

I don’t like the NFL combine and refer to it as the summer Olympics. The game tape of college prospects is more important for me.

I couldn’t care less how fast you run, how high you jump or how well you do on the 3-cone drill. Some people are fans of this. I am not one of those people. Show me the game tape.

I am going to spot light potential draft targets for the Dallas Cowboys. I have hundreds of hours of game tape that I need to look at. There are plenty prospects I still have had a opportunity to study.

Still, mock drafts seem to be the rage these days.

Why not have some fun and do a 7-round mock draft for the Dallas Cowboys using Pro Football Network’s draft simulator.

We can check out some of the draft prospects who may be available for the Dallas Cowboys in this year’s draft. Since the Dallas Cowboys have only six official picks at this point, I made some deals to acquire more to address needs, insert youth, and provide competition.

I may change my mind three months from now. These targets aren’t set in stone.

As I continue to compile more data, things will change, players will rise and fall.

Let’s have some fun.

Dallas Cowboys Round 2, Pick 34 – Anton Harrison – OT Oklahoma

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 315 |

Trade w/ Arizona.

The Cardinals received: Pick 26 and 163

Dallas received: Pick 34 and 66

Harrison is an explosive athlete. He moves easy in space and can cover a lot of ground when attacking defenders. Heavy hands, strong and nimble.

Run blocking is not his strength, but he worked on getting stronger this summer. In a pass-driven league. Pass blocking tackles are a premium in the NFL.

The Cowboys lack a young promising tackle outside of Tyler Smith. Josh Ball is better suited playing right tackle

Harrison can play the right side if Terence Steele is not ready coming off his season ending injury. If Steel isn’t ready for training camp.

I would love to move Harrison to LT and move Tyler Smith inside to LG and let them abuse people’s kids on Sunday for the next 10 years.