The Dallas Cowboys’ new rookies in the secondary should develop into valuable contributors based on their suggested NFL counterparts.
The Dallas Cowboys‘ offseason before the NFL draft was notable for the departures of former key players in the secondary during free agency.
With their second, third and sixth round draft picks, the Cowboys picked up talented defensive backs who should see meaningful snaps in 2017.
It is unlikely they will pick up immediately where former Cowboys’ defensive veterans Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne, Barry Church and J.J. Wilcox left off, but their suggested NFL counterparts imply they could form a quality secondary unit.
Below is a summary of three active NFL player comparisons for the Cowboys’ top secondary draft picks.
This should help paint a picture of the level of quality the secondary could reach.
Each source link will open the article where the player comparison was made.