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With the Cowboys moving to a 4-3 defensive scheme under Monte Kiffin, adding an extra defensive lineman in the draft would certainly serve them well.
Enter Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, one of the hotter players on NFL draft boards right now.
Floyd weighs in at a solid 6'3", 300 pounds and projects as one of the top three juniors in the entire draft class.
He's played every position on the defensive line at Florida, and he has proven to be hard to handle one-on-one, usually requiring a second defender.
A big-time defensive tackle with a motor like Floyd's is something Kiffin would love to get his hands on this upcoming April.