Dallas Cowboys Draft: What to love, What not to love
What to Love: Value Late
The Dallas Cowboys were able to come away with some real value in the later rounds. Players like cornerback Anthony Brown out of Purdue and safety Kavon Frazier from Central Michigan have desirable traits that could translate to on-field success with enough coaching and desire.
In the later rounds of the draft most teams are looking at players who have great measurables who, with coaching, could turn into a player that can contribute to your football team and compete for a meaningful role. Anthony Brown ran 4.35 40-yard dash to go along with a 5’11” 195-lb frame.
Those are all likable numbers for the corner position and reasons the Cowboys staff should have hope that they can turn him into a contributor. Kavon Frazier is a big strong safety who will come up and hit you. He’s been compared to Barry Church and his highlight tape is full of special teams play which would be a welcome addition to this Dallas squad.
Both players were given 4th round grades by the team so from a Dallas Cowboys specific standpoint they were able to get tremendous value in regards to their board.
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