Cowboys find Sean Lee replacement in three-round mock draft 5.0
• Height/Weight: 6-6, 298 lbs.
• Round 2, Pick 12
Yeah, I can hear the complaints already! Why didn’t you grab a cornerback! Are you crazy!
The Cowboys have to do something about their offensive line. Once considered the best in the business, the “great wall” has taken a big hit over the years. It’s time to replenish and rebuild the front wall.
Feeding the stars
Besides, the Cowboys handed quarterback Dak Prescott a new mega-deal, so the team must keep their investment healthy. Additionally, if the ‘Boys want to become an offensive threat either in the air or ground, the fight starts with the offensive line.
This means wide receivers CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and running back Ezekiel Elliott are dependent on the functions of the offensive line. Dak Prescott isn’t the only star to benefit from a renewed offensive front.
Dillon Radunz was part of the North Dakota State Bison for four seasons. He is from Minnesota and turned 23 last March. He majored in industrial engineering.
The offensive tackle carries some nice accolades. He was an FCS champion in 2017, 2018, 2019. He made first-team FCS All-American in 2019. He made first-team MVFC in 2019 as well.
The Cowboys grab an offensive tackle here, which should boost the line if Tyron Smith or La’el Collins visit the sidelines. Dallas improves the landscape by grabbing the offensive lineman early.