The 2023 NFL Combine is underway in Indianapolis, and while fans are still waiting for prospects to take centerstage, the Dallas Cowboys content has been aplenty early in the week with Stephen Jones and Mike McCarthy addressing the media.
Jones hit the hard-hitting questions on Tuesday. The topics he addressed he included extending Dak Prescott, which is seemingly in Dallas’ plans this offseason, as well as the health of Terence Steele and Tony Pollard.
On Wednesday, McCarthy echoed Jones in giving Prescott a vote of confidence. The head coach also discussed his new role as Dallas’ offensive play-caller, and raved about Tyler Smith’s performance during his rookie year.
While the Combine is a great opportunity for executives and coaches to give the public a temperature check about their respective franchises, it’s really all about evaluating prospects at the end of the day,
Speaking of which, the Cowboys will visit with numerous prospects over the course of the Combine. These visits will be informal and formal, and Dallas has already met with a handful of potential future Cowboys.
Here’s a live tracker of every prospect that has visited with Dallas.
2023 NFL Combine Dallas Cowboys Visits Tracker
- Kansas State DE Felix Anudike-Uzomah
- Washington State LB Daiyan Henley
- Texas LB DeMarvion Overshown
- Auburn LB Derek Hall
- Alabama DL Byron Young
- Florida safety Trey Dean
- Boise State safety JL Skinner
- Penn State CB Joey Porter Jr.
- Pitt RB Israel Abanikanda
- Georgia CB Kelee Ringo
- LSU CB Mekhi Garner
- Tennessee QB Hendon Hooker
- UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson
- Houston QB Clayton Tune
- TCU QB Max Duggan
- Louisville QB Malik Cunningham
- BYU QB Jaren Hall
- USC WR Jordan Addison
- Boston College WR Zay Flowers
- Utah TE Dalton Kincaid
- Tennessee WR Jalin Hyatt
- Maryland WR Raykin Jarrett
- Oregon State CB Alex Austin
- Mississippi State CB Emmanuel Forbes
- Florida G O’Cyrus Torrence
- Michigan TE Luke Schoonmaker
- Illinois CB Devon Witherspoon
We wouldn’t pay any mind to linebackers dominating the early rounds of meetings. While the Cowboys may end up drafting a linebacker — possibly to replace unrestricted free agent Leighton Vander Esch — this has no bearing on Dallas’ draft plans.
Of these prospects, Hall noted he met with Dan Quinn and enlightened him on Auburn’s defensive scheme and the system he’s used to playing.
Overshown, meanwhile, met with Quinn and the Cowboys both at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama and at Indy’s Combine.
Keep checking back to this article for live updates on Dallas’ Combine visits. The list is surely to grow over the next few days.