Dallas Cowboys Complete 7-Round Mock Draft 2023: Building a Bully

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Dallas Cowboys Round 3, Pick 74 – Jaelyn Duncan – OT Maryland

Height: 6-6 | Weight: 320

Trade w/ Cleveland

The Broncos received: Pick 58 and 176

Dallas received: Pick 74 and 98

Just like the Dan Quinn effect had ripples in the 2021 draft. I believe new offensive line coach Mike Solari will be given upgrades in talent. Why not start here?

Jaelyn Duncan has been the starting left tackle for Maryland since the 2019 season and has played in over 40 career games. At 6-foot-6 and 330 pounds, he looks the part and plays the part.

Very smooth in his pass sets and he can move well in space. He can climb to the second level with the task of destroying whatever is in front of him.

There are technical things he needs to clean up to maximum his athletic gifts. I am confident that Coach Solari can develop him rather quickly.

Dallas Cowboys Round 4, Pick 90 – Jack Campbell – LB Iowa

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 245

The value here was too great to pass on. The 4th ranked linebacker in the 4th round. Linebacker is a physical position and you can never have too many.

In 2022, Jack Campbell prove he is a massive tackling machine. He had 125 tackles, a sack, two interceptions, and three pass deflections, one force fumble.

Campbell is listed at 6’5″, 243 pounds. That is how the Cowboys love their backers. Big and rangy

Dallas Cowboys Round 4, Pick 98 – Zach Charbonnet – RB UCLA

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 220

Zach Charbonnet finished the 2022 regular season as the nation’s all-purpose yards leader with 168 yards per game and led the Pac-12 with 135.9 rushing yards per game.

Charbonnet is a punishing runner. His blend of size, power with vision, contact balance and body control makes him a difficult afternoon at the office on Sunday. He would be the ideal compliment to the big-play ability of Tony Pollard.