Cowboys Undrafted Free Agent Tracker: Live analysis for every 2024 UDFA signing

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The 2024 NFL Draft has officially come to an end. The Dallas Cowboys made a total of eight selections in the seven rounds and the initial reviews are positive. They made some surprising choices, but it's clear they targeted players who carry a physical chip on their shoulders.

That toughness will be a welcome sight after the Cowboys were bullied in a handful of games (all losses) last season.

Now that the draft is over, the real fun starts. The undrafted free agency frenzy is well underway. Players who didn't have the luxury of hearing their name called are signing left and right. The Cowboys have historically fared extremely well in the UDFA pool.

Some of their most recent success stories include safety/linebacker Markquese Bell, right tackle Terence Steele and tight end Blake Jarwin. If you go back further, Tony Romo, Cole Beasley and Miles Austin were all found after the draft's conclusion.

Finding diamonds int he rough post-draft is where draft scouts and other executives make their money. As always, we'll be keeping track of every UDFA signing the Cowboys make. Be sure to bookmark this undrafted tracker to stay up to date with every pickup.

List of Cowboys 2024 undrafted free agent signings

TE Brevyn Spann-Ford

Spann-Ford has a towering 6-6, 260-pound frame. Even with drafting three offensive line, the Cowboys want to make sure their run-blocking isn't a weakness in 2024. Spann-Ford is an excellent blocker in space with a wide catch radius as a receiver.

LB Jason Johnson

The 6-1 Johnson is a strong athlete. He ran a 4.66 40-yard dash and that speed is evident when he's on the field. He led UCF with 126 tackles in 2022 and was named First-Team All-AAC. He followed that up by making Second-Team All-AAC this past season.

WR Cam Johnson

At 6-foot and 205 pounds, Johnson projects as a slot receiver in the NFL. He finished his career at Arizona State after starting at Vanderbilt. Johnson put together a strong final season with the Sun Devils, catching 50 passes for 684 yards and five touchdowns.

DT Denzel Daxon

It says a lot about Daxon's talent that he started most of last season for Illinois despite playing alongside second-round pick Jer'Zhan Newton and Keith Randolph Jr., who signed with the Bears as an undrafted free agent.

espite having two legitimate interior defensive linemen in the room with him – second-round pick Jer'Zhan Newton and undrafted playmaker Keith Randolph Jr. – he was able to start in all but one game last season and made three or more stops in the run game in seven contests.

DE Bryon Vaughns

Vaughns bounced around Texas and Utah State before finishing his college career at Baylor. He was teammates with DeMarvion Overshown on the Longhorns. Vauhgns 35-inch arms and 84-inch wingsparm are a handful for tackles to navigate on the edge.

WR Corey Crooms

A five-year college player, Crooms was actually teammates with Dallas' second-round pick Marshawn Kneeland for four years. He had a disappointing final year of eligibility with the Golden Gophers, totaling 28 catches for 376 yards and zero touchdowns.

LB Brock Mogenson

Mogenson isn't physically imposing, but he uses his 6-2, 235-pound frame to crash downhill defending the run. He had back-to-back 100 tackle seasons at South Dakota.

TE Alec Holler

After the Cowboys signed Holler, a video of his one-handed touchdown grab last season made the rounds on social media. That's a glimpse into his body control and catch radius. He feasts on contested catches, but brings another run-blocking dynamic into the mix.

S Josh DeBerry

DeBerry was one of the premier defenders in the ACC at Boston College before he transferred to Texas A&M. DeBerry's quickness off the snap allows him to swarm ball-carriers and jump routes in coverage.

S Julius Wood

A standout at ECU Wood is similar to Donovan Wilson in that his aggression can leave him out of position. Despite that, he led the Pirates in tackles the last two seasons. He also topped the defense with two interceptions in 2023.

S Emany Johnson

A six-year college player, Johnson is an older prospect. However, his instincts defending the run could catch the eye of Mike Zimmer. He compiled 100 tackles and three picks in his final year at Nevada.

RB Nate Peat

A running back! Peat was actually Missouri's backup rusher. Per reports, the Cowboys gave Peat a $3,000 signing bonus. He rushed 76 times for 317 yards. He's an undersized back at 5-10 and 206 pounds, but he ran a blistering 4.32 40-yard dash at his pro day.

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