Cowboys 7-round 2024 mock draft: Filling holes and spreading the wealth

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Round 3, Pick 95: C Beaux Limmer

The Cowboys have a handful of decent center options in the middle rounds and while none of them pack the excitement of someone like Jackson Powers-Johnson, plenty of them suitably replace Tyler Biadasz.

Pulling from the Arkansas tree, the Cowboys go after Beaux Limmer. Limmer, 6-foot-5, 302-pounds, tested extremely well in the pre-draft process. His vertical and broad jump numbers are elite and his three cone indicates he can play on the move as good as anyone.

Limmer was a standout student who should have no trouble adapting to then mental challenges of the pro game. He can handle stunts and blitzes with expertise which was something his predecessor struggled with early in his career.

His frame is a little lean for an offensive lineman and his arms limit his position flex. He’s likely a center-only prospect who is best played in a zone scheme. His positives far outweigh his negatives and Dallas scores a good player here at Pick 95.

Limmer has a good chance at becoming a Week 1 starter even if Brock Hoffman develops over the offseason and offers up competition. The Cowboys get great value here and know even if Limmer was off the board players like Tanor Bortolini from Wisconsin or Hunter Nourzad from Penn State are great options in this area of the draft.