Cowboys address biggest need first in new seven-round mock 2.0

Patrick Surtain II, Alabama Crimson Tide, (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
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Quintin Morris, Bowling Green
Quintin Morris, Bowling Green, (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) /

Round 6, pick 225, Quintin Morris, TE- Bowling Green

With the teams’ third-string tight end Blake Bell getting picked up by the Kansas City Chiefs this offseason Dallas has room for another tight end on the roster. Despite the fact that the organization currently has two competent players at this position in Blake Jarwin and Dalton Schultz the Cowboys go out on a limb and take a tight end here with their selection of Quintin Morris.

Morris managed to haul in an impressive 13 receiving touchdowns during his collegiate career. The young pass-catcher had his best statistical season back in 2018 when he finished the year with seven receiving touchdowns, good for the eighth-best in the MAC, and 516 receiving yards.

The six-foot-four, athletic tight end could add a nice element to the Cowboy’s offense next season. The fact that he accrued four-years of starting experience at Bowling Green State only adds to his potential value for Dallas.

Hopefully, Blake Jarwin can come back this season and turn into the player that many fans of America’s Team believe he can become. However, this selection should also be viewed as an insurance policy just in case either of the team’s two tight ends’ gets injured next year or Jarwin can not quite get back to his old self.

The Dallas Cowboys add some depth to the tight end position with this late-round pick and hope that he can add some value to the team some time down the road.