NFL Draft 2011: Dallas Cowboys Select David Arkin in 4th Round

The Dallas Cowboys have selected David Arkin with their fourth round pick. Arkin started all 44 games in his career at Missouri State. Here is what NFL.com has to say about Arkin:

Arkin’s an experienced, durable offensive guard prospect with the intelligence, work-ethic and toughness to make it in the league as a reserve and possibly a starter down the line. Improving his overall technique as a pass and run blocker would go a lot way in moving him up a depth chart. Needs to do a better job with his hands, sink his hips more and watch his pad level. Displays good awareness. Has the killer instinct that can’t be taught and we don’t expect him to be afraid of the jump in competition.

Arkin needs some time before he can be ready to contribute to the team, but he will add some needed depth. Leave your thoughts about Arkin’s selection known in the comment section.

Topics: 2011 NFL Draft, Cowboys Draft, Dallas Cowboys, David Arkin, Fourth Round, Missouri State, NFL, NFL Draft

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