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Undrafted free-agent list (courtesy of NFL.com)
Clemson CB Xavier Brewer; Virginia TE/FB Paul Freedman; South Carolina State FS Jakar Hamilton; Texas A&M CB/KR Dustin Harris; Saginaw Valley State SS Jeff Heath; Eastern Washington WR Greg Herd; Mississippi State LB Cameron Lawrence; Missouri RB Kendial Lawrence; Arizona State LB Brandon Magee; SMU LB Taylor Reed; Cal Lutheran WR Eric Rogers; Wisconsin CB Devin Smith; Akron QB Dalton Williams
Analysis: Out of the many undrafted free agents currently on the Dallas roster, Missouri's Kendial Lawrence and Brandon Magee are the most interesting.
Magee tore his Achilles tendon in 2011 but totaled 112 tackles and 6.5 sacks in his final season at Arizona State.
The Cowboys have depth at linebacker when considering Bruce Carter, Sean Lee, Ernie Sims and others. However, as the team learned in 2012, it never hurts to have plenty of options. Magee could be an interesting project for the practice squad or even the 53-man roster. It will all depend on how his training camp goes.
As for Lawrence, the former Missouri Tiger is not a big back by any means. He is just 5'9" and weighs 194 pounds, but that's not a bad thing. What he lacks in height, Lawrence makes up in pure speed. He'd could be an interesting back to bring in sparingly throughout a game.
Dallas is in need of a No. 3 runner to backup starter DeMarco Murray and rookie Joseph Randle. The race for the third running back could end up being won by Lawrence.
The rookie has the speed you want to see out of a smaller rusher and tallied 2,232 yards over his four years in college. The Cowboys were smart to take a chance on Lawrence and Magee to see what the two can do.