The Dallas Cowboys will start their rookie minicamp on Friday. That will give Morris Claiborne, the other Cowboys draftees and the undrafted signings their first up-close exercises with Jason Garrett and the staff since joining the team.
Garrett and his assistants will become a bit more familiar with these players. They'll be able to get a glimpse of what these players are capable of and how hard they want to work, although it won't tell whether players other than Claiborne can start.
Claiborne looks at this point to be the only draft pick who seems certain to start. He's everything the Cowboys would want in a player who is drafted No. 6 overall. He's tremendously talented and doesn't come with many question marks.
Other draft picks, such as Tyrone Crawford and Matt Johnson, may be good, but need a closer look or time as backups before they can be declared starters.
Following is a look at the likelihood of the Cowboys' first four picks becoming starters.