Jon’Vea Johnson, WR, Toledo
According to Draft Analyst’s Tony Pauline, the Toledo product recorded a 40 time at his pro day in the high 4.3s to the low 4.4 seconds range. Although the 6-foot tall Johnson recorded only 30 receptions and nine touchdowns this past season for his Toledo Rockets according to their official website, he was a big play waiting to happen on a very regular basis.
Having recorded a season long 57-yard touchdown against Virginia Military Institute in the first game of the season, he would also go on to have a reception of at least 30 yards or more in eight of the twelve games played this past season.
Here’s what Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News had to say about Johnson:
"Finished his time in college with 125 receptions for 2,265 yards and 25 touchdowns. During a game against BYU in 2016, Johnson caught nine passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns."
It’s probably safe to assume based on the profile, that the BYU game included at least one big play for Johnson, as he went on to have quite the day. The Cowboys could use his skill-set, especially if they wanted to add a deep threat specialist to the current crop of talented receivers.
Chris Westry, CB, Kentucky
Chris Westry is a freak, and that’s even by regular standards. He is the type of guy that could scratch his knees standing straight up, thanks to the tentacles he calls arms. Although his 6-foot-4 height and long arms are standout measurables, he didn’t seem to have the eye-popping stats.
Although he didn’t put up the crazy numbers to match, you still can’t deny the crazy physical profile this dude has. If anybody could turn this specimen into an impact player, it’s Cowboys defensive backs coach Kris Richard. The Cowboys should probably take a flyer just because of the measurables.