Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
Wagner is an athletic tackle that is a product of a offensive line factory in Wisconsin. He is a strong, mean tackle who is aggressive in the trenches. While he isn’t as polished as some of the top guys in the draft, he has great size, strength and athleticism. Wagner could come into Dallas and immediately challenge for the starting right tackle spot.
Margus Hunt, DE, SMU
A physical specimen, Hunt is one of the most athletic defensive linemen in this draft. Hunt has the size and raw power to dominate as the 4-3 end. He is still raw but shows excellent talent as a pass-rusher and in pursuit. Hunt needs coaching, but his potential is limitless.
Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
Williams is a bit big but he could be a valuable 1-technique in the Tampa 2 defense. He is athletic and strong at the point of attack. He can command the line of scrimmage and maintain multiple blocks. He can also make stops in the gap effectively. Williams is a strong player who might fall due to depth at position. If he were to fall, Dallas would be thrilled to grab him here.
Wild Card: Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
I’m aware that the Cowboys don’t need a cornerback at this point. However, there is a possibility that Orlando Scandrick could be moved for salary cap reasons. Trufant is a player who really opened my eyes these past two days. He has been physical and fiery at the Senior Bowl. He consistently stymies highly touted receivers and can be a dynamic playmaker, especially in the slot.