The Cowboys have a staggering six picks in the seventh round of the 2014 pick. Whether they'll package any of these picks to move up in this year's draft or secure picks in future drafts remains to be seen.
For our purposes, we'll assume Dallas keeps all six selections.
229th Overall: De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon
Thomas is electrifying player with exceptional playmaking ability. He’s got great speed and can take off in a flash. He would provide the Cowboys with a dynamic return man.
231st Overall: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
The Cowboys are likely to employ more man-to-man coverage under defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli this year and Colvin is a physical corner who isn’t afraid to play the run.
238th Overall: Spencer Long, OG, Nebraska
Adding a guard at this point is strictly for depth. Long is worth taking a stab at, and the Cowboys certainly wouldn’t mind if he developed into something more.
248th Overall: Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest
A good route-runner with good hands, Campanaro fits this team as a legitimate slot receiver. Although he doesn’t have any elite traits, he’s a technician who knows how to get open.
251st Overall: J.C. Copeland, FB, LSU
Copeland is a 271-pound wrecking ball with 4.95 speed. The Cowboys are one of the few teams who still like to utilize fullbacks, and Copeland could be a fantastic upgrade over Tyler Clutts.
254th Overall: Jemea Thomas, FS, Georgia Tech
Thomas is a rangy, physical safety who could be a special teams ace for this team.