7 Round Dallas Cowboys 2010 NFL Mock Draft

Heckle GContributor IFebruary 8, 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 5:  Taylor Mays #2 of the USC Trojans eyes the play against the San Jose State Spartans on September 5, 2009 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  USC won 56-3.  (Photo by Jeff Golden/Getty Images)
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Pick 1, #27-  Taylor Mays S USC: Mays is a hard hitting safety who isn't very good at coverage and sometimes misses tackles. But he has a big name and safety is a need for the Cowboys, and that's enough for Jerry Jones. 

Pick 2- Dexter McCluster RB Ole Miss: McCluster- McCluster is a fast and electric player who can play slot WR and RB.  

Pick 3- Cam Thomas DT UNC- Thomas is a big nose tackle who might fall to the third round because of the depth of DTs in the Draft. He could move Jay Ratlif back to his more natural position of DE.

Pick 4- Ciron Black OT LSU- Black is a big tackle and the Cowboys love taking big boys. Flozell Adams is getting old and he commits to many penelties. 

Pick 5 (sixth round)- Reggie Carter ILB UCLA- Brooking is getting old, and Carter can learn from him and add depth to the ILB position.

Pick 6- Jamar Wall DB Texas Tech- Jerry Jones loves taking local players, and taking corners in the late rounds in the past couple of years have been smart decisons for many teams including the Cowboys ( Orlando Scandrick.)

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