Updated 2024 offensive tackle rankings for the Cowboys after NFL Combine

With the Tyron Smith-era now over, Dallas must look to fill his big shoes.

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2. Amarius Mims, Georgia

At 6-foot-7 and 330 pounds, Mims is scary athletic and his strength along with his rangy-blocking agility make him a sought-after prospect.

What remains to be seen is Mims' season longevity as he played a limited amount of games at Georgia. This scared teams prior to the Combine but his stock is on the rise after his eye-grabbing performance in Indianapolis.

Mims proved that he has great long speed with his dazzling 5.07 40-yard dash time. He impressed during the 20-yard shuttle as well, putting together the second-fastest time in the class among offensive tackles.

His jumping numbers were not spectacular recording the fifth-worst vertical jump (25.5 inches) and a middle-of-the-packed broad jump at 9 feet, 3 inches. Mims is a project player and might not start Week 1, but he would not last long on the sidelines as he has the makings of a star.