Keep in mind we also have comp. draft picks not yet accounted for in this mock.
Round 2 pick #19
Tyson Jackson DE LSU
immediately fills the void for a departed Chris Canty and re-solidifies our D-Line.
Round 3 pick #5
Jason Phillips ILB TCU
like Jackson, Phillips immediately fills a void and infuses youth into the starting linebacking core. Replaces Zach Thomas.
Round 4 pick #1
Sherrod Martin FS Troy State
replaces a banged-up Patrick Watkins and gives us insurance should the Anthony Henry safety experiment fail.
Round 4 pick #17
Alex Magee NT Purdue
infuses youth at the nose position and a solid back up for pro-bowler Jay Ratliff.
Round 5 pick #20
Cary Harris CB USC
as our two young corners from last year’s draft move up to the #2 and #3 positions because of Henry’s switch to free safety, the back end of the CB position needs a fresh body or two.
Round 5 #30
Graham Harrell QB Texas Tech
after a miserable Senior Bowl (4-13-1), the record breaking QB was exposed for the system quarterback he was. No worries in Big D though. He’ll have plenty of time to develop into a solid QB while running the practice team behind Romo and another veteran picked up in free agency.
Round 5 #30
Dallas Reynolds C BYU
a huge, reliable center that can play all positions on the O-Line.
Round 6 #24
Andrew Hartline OT Central Michigan
owner of the nation’s longest active starts streak (51 games) who is also an All-MAC first-teamer. Reynolds and Hartline replace Procter and Berger.
Round 7 #18
Ian Campbell OLB Kansas State
played DE in college but should transition well to a 3-4 OLB, a project with a nose for the quarterback.