1. Robert Prince (Wide receivers coach)
Prince has the least experience of these three coaches, but his resume speaks for itself. The Cowboys hired Prince before the 2022 season to be their wide receivers coach, and he’s party responsible for CeeDee Lamb becoming one of the league’s best possession receivers this year.
Prince wasn’t given a lot to work with outside of Lamb, but Noah Brown was seemingly always ready to contribute as a pass-catcher when he wasn’t run blocking. Michael Gallup was a disappointment, but are we really going to hold that against Prince? Gallup was clearly limited by his torn ACL.
Prince has Boise State ties with Kellen Moore, so chances are he has a solid understanding of Dallas’ offense. In fact, when Moore left for the NFL, Prince took over as Boise State’s offensive coordinator for two years, so it’s not like he’d be going in blind.
Additionally, Prince has 32 years of coaching experience (14 in the NFL) and has helped 10 of his receivers make the Pro Bowl.
From 2014-2020, Prince worked with Calvin Johnson, Golden Tate, Marvin Jones, and Kenny Golladay. Three of those players made the Pro Bowl under Prince, and Tate made hit in Prince’s first season in Detroit.