Cowboys finally build around Dak Prescott in final 2024 mock draft

The Cowboys load up on offense to support their star QB in this 2024 mock draft
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4. 174th overall: Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

A double-up at the running back position could be on the horizon for the Dallas Cowboys, especially for a dual-threat like Dylan Laube. You might even call him a triple-threat. Laube did literally everything at New Hampshire from running the ball to catching a ton of passes and dominating as a return specialist.

Laube has such a dynamic skill set and is a playmaker worth adding, especially with the league's new rules regarding kickoff returns.

5. 216th overall: Trevor Keegan, IOL, Michigan

The Cowboys might be looking for interior offensive linemen earlier than this, but again -- they only have so many picks and so much they can do with them. Trevor Keegan was primarily a left guard at Michigan but might have positional flexibility at the next level and provides some swing value.

6. 233rd overall: Logan Lee, DL, Iowa

Logan Lee was a consistent if unspectacular player for the Iowa Hawkeyes the last handful of years. His contributions batting down passes and blocking kicks on special teams might be the most intriguing at this point. Physically and athletically, Lee is pretty outstanding. There are traits here to work with. That combined with his special teams ability makes him the ideal late-round dart throw.

7. 244th overall: Ryan Flournoy, WR, Southeast Missouri State

The Cowboys cap off this mock draft scenario with a small-school receiver who has big-time upside and athleticism. Flournoy doesn't have a massive frame or anything (6-1, 202 pounds) but has legit 4.44 speed and explosive traits. He could be an intriguing developmental weapon for the Cowboys' offense.

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