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Vaccaro is scheduled to meet with the Cowboys before the draft, and for good reason.
Outside of Dallas' ineptitude on the offensive and defensive line, they are short in the defensive backfield.
Vaccaro is a solid option as an upgrade at safety, but if they want him, they'll have to choose him in the first round.
The need at guard and defensive tackle is too great and the talent too deep for the Cowboys to pick Vaccaro so high, but I've been wrong before.
At any rate, Vaccaro's draft grade was solid at 87.7. He only participated in the bench press, and the tape of his days at Texas will have to do the talking.
The good thing about Vaccaro is that he can play free and strong safety in the NFL and is a fantastic blitzer. He has fluid motion in his hips and knows how to make a tackle.
If anything, the Cowboys need a player who can make an open field tackle.
All combine results courtesy of NFL.com