The Cowboys weren't done after the draft concluded, signing many rookie free agents just hours after it ended. Here is a list of the team's undrafted free-agent signings.
L'Damian Washington, WR, Missouri
The former Tiger has a great wide receiver frame at 6'4", 195 pounds. While it wouldn't hurt Washington to put on a little more weight, he has fine speed that makes up for his lack of bulk.
J.C. Copeland, FB, LSU
Dallas strayed away from a fullback for much of the 2013 season. Perhaps Copeland can change his new head coach's mind about taking that approach again this year. Copeland is a brawler and knows how to use his strength to clear out defenders when run blocking.
Chris Boyd, WR, Vanderbilt
At 6'4", 206 pounds, Boyd is what Washington could look like with a bit more weight. He has the ability to win jump-ball situations with defenders and win more often than not. However, Boyd has obvious character flaws that might not make him the best fit in Dallas.
Ben Malena, RB, Texas A&M
The Cowboys let Phillip Tanner walk this past free agency, and Malena has the opportunity to make the final roster due to his departure. He should provide Lance Dunbar and Joseph Randle healthy competition in training camp. Whether or not Malena will make the final roster will depend on how well his grinding mentality works in the pros.
Ryan Smith, S, Auburn
Smith is lightning fast and kept stride with most receivers he covered in college. He didn't spend a ton of time starting at Auburn, though, and that lack of experience might hinder his chances at making the final roster.
Ronald Patrick, OG, South Carolina
Patrick proved to be a reliable and durable starter for the Gamecocks. There are more than a few veterans and rookies looking to fill the guard depth chart this August, however.
Dontavis Sapp, LB, Tennessee
Sapp is a great tackler whether he is in the open field or in the middle of traffic. At 6'2", 227 pounds, the former Volunteer has good height but should probably add some weight to his frame.
Glasco Martin, RB, Baylor
Martin was a backup for most of his college career, but he did prove to have a nose for the end zone. His best shot at making the final cut is to show that he can be of use in goal-line and third-down scenarios.
Josh Aladenoye, OL, ISU
Aladenoye has some great versatility, but there are so many linemen fighting for a Dallas roster spot. It'll be an uphill battle from the get-go for the ISU product.
Jocquel Skinner, CB, Bethel University
Skinner is an under-the-radar kind of name, to say the least. In college, he showed a fine ability to get between the ball and his assigned receiver. Time will tell if the change in the talent he faces will be too much for him to handle.
Andre Cureton, OG, Cincinnati
Cureton showed a keen ability to follow his assignment in college. He has some great size to him at 6'6", 310 pounds, but his pass protection needs work.
Joe Windsor, DE, NIU
Windsor has great speed and is a dependable tackler. Not many ball-carriers eluded him at Northern Illinois. At 236 pounds, though, Windsor should probably put on some weight if he wants to play defensive end in the NFL.
Dustin Vaughan, QB, West Texas A&M
Vaughan saw plenty of starting time with the Buffaloes and finished college with 8,124 passing yards to his credit. The obvious drawback here is Vaughan's level of competition in school and if he can make the adjustment to the pro level.
Chris Whaley, DT, Texas
Whaley was a durable player for the Longhorns and suited up for almost every game over his college career. At 269 pounds, he's another undrafted rookie that will need to bulk up to continue playing his position of choice.
Cody Mandell, P, Alabama
Unless Mandell puts on a show this training camp, he's simply a training camp leg. Dallas didn't re-sign Chris Jones this offseason just to replace him months later.
Keith Smith, LB, San Jose State
Smith started all four seasons for San Jose State and earned All-WAC honors each year. He is a talented player, and it will take every ounce he has to fight through the veterans and rookies that stand in his way of a final spot.
Marvin Robinson, S, Ferris State
Robinson actually started his college career at Michigan before transferring to the smaller Ferris State. At 6'5", 196 pounds, he has promise based simply on his size. That being said, if he couldn't get a starting role at Michigan, he'll find it even harder to land a roster spot in Dallas.