Dallas Cowboys Draft: Position by position breakdown (offense)

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Dallas Cowboys Quarterback

Dak Prescott is securely entrenched as the starting quarterback for the time being. No matter how much outside noise is attempted to be heard. Dak is not going anywhere. At least not for the next two years that is.

A quick heads up. If you can manage to set aside 25 minutes. Check out Akoye Media fantastic NFL Films Breakdown on Rayne Dakota Prescott.

Cooper Rush and Will Grier provide strong support at the 2nd and 3rd QB positions. Dallas won’t be picking a quarterback in the first round.

I am certain they will choose a developmental quarterback for their roster in the later rounds. Somewhere in the middle of the 5th and 6th rounds.

You can click on the links from my past write ups about potential developmental quarterbacks Malik Cunningham and Aidan O’Connell.

Aidan O’Connell has formally visited the Cowboys as part of the 30 visit program

The developmental quarterback

Clayton Tune of Houston is an interesting prospect. Plus he is linked wit the Cowboys.

JT O’Sullivan does a outstanding Clayton Tune Independence Bowl Game Analysis. Great stuff here.

Tune earned a quarterback rating of 110.9 and threw 40 passing touchdowns in 2022, setting the AAC record with 4074 yards.

He has good enough physical size, can move around, has a good mind, understands quickly and has a decent arm strength.

"“It makes it easy when your best player is also your hardest worker – that’s him.” – Houston assistant coach on Clayton Tune."

He still requires further development and improvement for the next stage. He has room for improvement in his decision making. Too often he will throw 50/50 balls, trusting his arm too much.

He is a rigorous, intelligent athlete who has showed the capacity to make smart choices late in the game and encourage his team to victory.