6 Cowboys Draft Targets to Watch at the NFL Combine

Which 6 players should the Dallas Cowboys be keeping an eye on during the NFL Combine in Indianapolis?

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5. Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

As good as Jordan Morgan can be, he's not the only tackle in play for Dallas. Tyler Guyton is a huge prospect from Oklahoma, listed at 6-foot-7 and 328 pounds. He's considered an explosive blocker in the run game but is great in pass protection as well. This past season, he allowed just three sacks and nine hurries all year.

Guyton earned a lot of praise from the crew at The Draft Network, saying they like his athleticism, hand usage, and ability to glide in space. They also point out that he's a former H-back, which explains why he's so fluid in his motions.

"Tyler Guyton is one of the premier athletes at the tackle spot in the 2024 class. An elite mover with an extremely gifted athletic profile, he glides in space and touts one of the most explosive lower halves in the country." — The Draft Network

If there's any drawback to drafting Guyton for Dallas, it would be his lack of experience on the left side. He played there for fewer than 100 snaps in his career, with the majority of his work being on the right side. The Cowboys could stand to upgrade that side due to the struggles Terence Steele had in 2023 but his contract keeps him there for now. That's why a premium will be placed on those who can play on the left side of the line.