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He returned one of those interceptions for a touchdown. If they want to address safety next draft, Johnson was a second-team all-conference player who some thought would go pro. Dan Kadar - SB Nation.
Obviously, this pick will depend on what happens with Earl Thomas over the next nine months and the development of Xavier Woods, but Johnson will be a name to watch for teams that need a safety. The Dallas Cowboys have begun the process of overhauling their wide receiver corp with the departures of Dez Bryant and Brice Butler in the offseason.
In , it's likely that Terrance Williams contract and Cole Beasley age could be next to go. It's certainly a solid group, but adding a talent like Richards could help. In two seasons at Miami, Richards has averaged He's got deep-threat ability which would combine well with Gallup and Hurns. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller has the Dallas Cowboys going with the junior wide receiver and had this to say:.
Texas' Collin Johnson at 6'6" can be the downfield weapon and red-zone nightmare the Cowboys so badly want. Matt Miller - Bleacher Report. I'll agree with Miller that Johnson will need to increase upon his production.
Some believe that the quarterback limitations in Austin have been a factor, but at the moment, I'm leery of taking a wide receiver from the Big 12 that doesn't have excellent production in the first round of the draft. It's obvious from these mock drafts that analysts see the Dallas Cowboys continuing to invest in pass catchers for their offense and that is a reasonable thought. Obviously, a lot will change between now and next April when the Dallas Cowboys go on the clock, but this gives us a bit of insight on who to watch in this upcoming college football season.
Last night, it was reported that Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Marquez White has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The incident comes from a traffic confrontation that took place back in October, where White -- according to his camp -- was justified in drawing his weapon for self-defense.
A promising young player that stuck on the Cowboys practice squad in his rookie season, the sixth round pick doesn't need this case hanging over his head as training camp approaches.
When considering the timing up against this week's supplemental draft, and the rare crop of defensive back talent available in it, White could soon be fighting for relevance on the Cowboys roster. Becoming complacent in building one of the best young secondaries in the league won't be an issue for the Cowboys under new Passing Game Coordinator Kris Richard.
White's spot on the depth chart may very well hold up, but by the end of the week he could also have added competition in Adonis Alexander or Sam Beal. Respectively, the former Virginia Tech and Western Michigan cornerbacks are two of the most talented supplemental prospects to enter the draft in years -- both likely to be the first players drafted since A lengthy cornerback with the toughness to play on the boundary, Alexander is a similar player to White, and one that Richard should love for his physical traits.
Whether or not this natural skill outweighs some maturity issues that saw Alexander fall from freshman starter to suspended at VT will determine if the Cowboys feel comfortable sending away a draft pick for his services.
Where Alexander's career leaves his arrow trending downward on the eve of the supplemental draft, Beal is a rising prospect that some are calling the best to ever enter this draft.
An all-conference cornerback as a Junior out of Western Michigan, Beal improved with each passing college season, determined to finish out his degree along the way. Beal's professional football faith is now in the hands of any team that's done their homework on him.
Projected to be taken as early as the third round, teams impressed by Beal's tape could be giving away a premium pick in next year's draft to add him just before training camp. Should this team be the Cowboys, Beal's presence would put more than just White on notice.
In a perfect world, say the one the Cowboys were living in yesterday before this White news broke, Thomas or Kelly could replace White on the practice squad as the Florida State product took another jump in Oxnard.
As I've written before though, teams must be relentless in their search for talent. The Cowboys have drafted well, but passed on big name free agents in recent years. The result is a young roster full of potential and ready to compete. If either Adonis Alexander, Sam Beal, or even Brandon Bryant help them do so this year, we could be right here talking about a new Cowboys rookie in the middle of July.
Marquez White would be happy to see this talk overshadow his legal situation for the moment. This won't be the case when he's competing against another player that will likely cost the Cowboys more than the sixth round pick they invested in him two years ago.
You can also email me at Sean. You may not be aware or maybe you've simply forgotten, but the Dallas Cowboys have struggled drafting players in the 2nd-round who can come in and contribute. Typically players drafted this highly are not only immediate contributors as a rookie, but are cornerstone players for years to come. That hasn't been the case for the Cowboys. I don't know where you stand, but I was beginning to think the Dallas Cowboys were cursed with their 2nd-round draft picks.
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Sometimes, players carry over a strong postseason finish into success the next year Jordy Nelson did this from , for instance. Clement may not even need an injury to find himself receiving enough touches to warrant flex consideration in what should once again be a high-powered Eagles attack.
While it feels there is a deeper crop of elite fantasy tight ends than we've seen in a number of years, those who want to wait on the position have their fair share of options as well.
Rookie Mike Gesicki could be one of those in deeper leagues. Most fantasy analysts will tell you that rookie tight ends historically don't accomplish much in fantasy, and that's largely true.
However, occasionally the right player falls into the right situation to flourish from the get-go i. Evan Engram for the Giants last year. Gesicki is an incredible athlete, with most of his testing numbers landing in the 90th-plus percentile. With Jarvis Landry being traded and Julius Thomas leaving in free agency, That could be where a big 6-foot-6 , athletic Here's head coach Adam Gase on the topic , "We kind of emphasize that position of a pass-catching-type tight end that can win one-on-one matchups versus safeties and linebackers.
It's certainly a long shot, but as far as deep sleepers at tight end go Gesicki has little competition and the ability to make an immediate impact in Miami. When it comes to deep sleepers, many candidates don't have illustrious resumes. Brice Butler 's may take the cake as "least likely to inspire confidence," though. He was a seventh-round pick in and whose career highs are 35 targets , 21 receptions , yards and three touchdowns , Yet, despite all this Butler could be poised for a breakout season in and he's pretty much free in drafts.
First, let's dive into Butler the player a bit more. He's an exceptional athlete who posted eye-popping testing numbers -- 4. The Cardinals have over vacated targets heading into this year, with Butler and rookie Christian Kirk serving as the only real additions made in the passing game. David Johnson will see plenty of those opportunities now fully healthy again, but Kirk was primarily a slot option in college and will be adjusting to life outside.
Butler, meanwhile, can already play outside and should press for plenty of looks behind Larry Fitzgerald. Finally, the Cardinals quarterback situation is far from dire, with Sam Bradford penciled in as the starter and Josh Rosen waiting in the wings. There's a lot to like about Butler in , especially at his current undrafted price tag.
Clement wasn't the only undrafted rookie running back to make a statement in Ekeler came from relative obscurity Western State in Colorado and landed on the Chargers roster, essentially becoming the No. However, later in the year the team realized what type of weapon they had and built in a more consistent role for Ekeler. Following the team's Week 9 bye, he had a four-game stretch where he averaged just under 10 touches per game.
Unfortunately, not long after that Ekeler suffered a season-ending injury. Looking ahead to , the only real addition the Chargers made to their backfield was Justin Jackson , drafted in the seventh round this spring.