3 Cowboys with the most on the line during training camp

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2. Quinton Bohanna, NT

Quinton Bohanna is an absolute unit at 6-foot-4 and 360 pounds. The massive nose tackle was added out of Kentucky in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft and not only made the roster as a rookie but appeared in 14 games with one start.

He then played in 13 more games during his sophomore campaign, with nine starts. As is typically the case with nose tackles, his numbers were modest. Bohanna has just 29 tackles in two seasons and was credited with a total of two pressures on the quarterback.

Despite those stats, he was doing his job. Bohanna clogs up lanes and slows down the rushing attack. Even so, he finds himself in need of a big push this summer in order to make the roster.

Dallas added Johnathan Hankins a year ago and he was a major upgrade at the position. Hankins lowered the opposing team's yards per attempt by nearly a full yard and re-signed for 2023. Even with his experience and success, Hankins might not be a starter due to the presence of first-round pick Mazi Smith.

Add all that up and Bohanna could be in trouble.

He does have his youth going for him but it will take a lot for him to convince Dan Quinn to roll with him over Hankins.