Dallas Cowboys Draft: Position by position breakdown (offense)

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Dallas Cowboys Wide receivers

CeeDee Lamb is undeniably the leader of the wide receiver group. Dallas’ acquisition of Brandin Cooks has generated an interesting dynamic.

Cool will take over the number two spot. Even though he has achieved a lot, he has suffered from injuries in the past, particularly concussions.

Questions can be found at the 3rd and 4th wide receiver spots. Will Michael Gallup return to his previous level of performance? Is Jalen Tolbert capable of contributing in his 2nd year?

Dallas won’t be relying on luck alone to ensure their wide receiver corps is successful.

It’s obvious that the Dallas Cowboys are looking to upgrade their receiving group, as they have had official meetings with Tennessee’s Jalin Hyatt, Boston College’s Zay Flowers and TCU’s Quentin Johnston, North Carolina’s Josh Downs, and more.

This is a good WR class but I wouldn’t classify it as a great one. Don’t write off the chance of a couple of amazing wide receivers emerging with the right NFL experience.

I have briefly written about Tyler Scott and Elijah Higgins