Watch the Top 10 plays from Cowboys training camp so far

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) (Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports)
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Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) and running back Ezekiel Elliott (21) (Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Dallas Cowboys kicked off training camp in Oxnard, CA nearly two weeks ago. And now they’ll start preparing for their Hall of Fame game matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers this Thursday night, Aug. 5, at 7 pm ET.

Anyone following the Cowboys and their legion of media outlets on social media has been inundated with short video clips of some of the best plays happening at camp. So, we’d thought we’d make an early collection of some of the best ones.

Here’s our subjective ranking of the top ten highlights from Dallas Cowboys’ training camp so far. But first, we begin with a bonus clip.

Bonus: Dak Prescott to a wide-open Ezekiel Elliott

We start things off with a bonus video prior to the top ten. Quarterback Dak Prescott throws a beautiful ball to Ezekiel Elliott who is running wide open in the middle of the field. While it doesn’t crack the top ten on this list, fans hope they’ll be seeing plenty of these kinds of plays from this dynamic duo come the regular season.

#10. Randy Gregory puts on a spin move

By all accounts, defensive end Randy Gregory is having the training camp of his life. And that makes sense as the former second-rounder is really experiencing his first full offseason program since he entered the league back in 2015. All signs point to Gregory being the favorite to get double-digit sacks this upcoming season. And his performance at camp is only confirming it.

 #9. Neville Gallimore throws lineman to the ground

Some of the greatest growth comes for NFL players in their second season in the league. And that seems to be the case for 2020 third-rounder Neville Gallimore. The defensive tackle seems to have continued on the upward trend we witnessed towards the end of his rookie season. Gallimore shows off some of his tremendous strength and improved technique in the above clip, shedding the offensive lineman to the ground.