Draft season is a never ending 24-hour, 365-day process. While both the NFL and college football haven’t really reached the halfway point in 2022, the recruiting season could still be here. For this reason, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to keep a close eye on the upcoming 2023 Preliminary Course.
With attention to potential prospects Cowboys in Dallas Could be targeted in the next 2023 NFL Project It makes watching team football more interesting. Knowing the potential “needs” of the Dallas draft next year now that we’ve started a few games in the 2022 season helps narrow down some of their potential targets.
With that in mind, we’ve taken a look around the internet to learn about the Dallas Cowboys’ top favorites and what situations they could target. After all, it’s never too early to start preparing for the future, even if you feel like it’s too early to do so. Let’s take a look at a few of our favorite first round so far for the Cowboys.
20) Dallas Cowboys: Rashi Rice, WR, SMU
It’s idyllic – one of the biggest stars in Dallas joins the Dallas Cowboys. But we promise we’re not just doing this for style points. rashy rice He is the first-round candidate that few talk about as such. He has the knack for earning a place in that conversation, which is especially true with the lack of production at the top of the WR class.
At 6’2″, 203 pounds, and arms over 33, the cedar is a large size. He is also an explosive, restless and energetic person as an athlete. However, his best trait is his absolute ability to alpha at the point of capture. He is one of the most instinctive playmakers in the 2023 NFL Draft.
WR first round? Unlikely, but we said the same thing about CeeDee Lamb when Dallas looked deep into the position. The same would probably apply to Rashi Rice if he was the highest rated player on their board.
The verse is another defensive final transfer for Florida State that goes up to the first round. He carries serious juice at 6-foot-4, 248 pounds, and his breakout is right there with Will Anderson. An 89.8 pass rushing score has already earned him this season after his move from Albany. Put it in exchange for who Micah Parsons It would be unfair to oppose the interventions.
Dallas has fallen twice in straight years by forging EDGE revolvers Sam Williams and Chauncey Gholston, however, this is an excellent position that can get them to pull the trigger three years in a row.
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Peter Skoronsky OT, Northwest
Conor McGovern is on an expiring contract in the left guard and Dallas desperately need to bolster their offensive line. Peter Skoronsky is a multi-skilled player who can play tackle or guard. With the Cowboys, he’ll slip into the next Tyler Smith and strengthen the left side of that front.
27. Dallas Cowboys: Peter SkoronskyOT/G, NW
The Cowboys can’t keep counting on Tyron Smith because he gets hurt all the time.
Peter Skoronsky is a sporting intervention that kept the midfielder clean. He can play the middle too.
This is a very reasonable expectation on a number of levels. The Cowboys love diversity in their offensive line man and would likely have a void to fill in the left guard. Skoronski’s flexible mode of playing all five positions on the OL might be too good for them to miss.
Round 1 – Choose 21
Dallas has Dalton Schultz playing on the franchise tag, and his play could make the team doubt a long-term extension. Mayer gives cowboys what they want out of the situation in terms of blocking and picking up while being a more cost-effective option going forward.
Dalton Schultz’s future in Dallas may not extend beyond the 2022 season, but the Cowboys have two promising young TEs in Jake Ferguson and Peyton Hendershot. Because of that, and the positional value of TE in the first round, this choice seems unlikely.
21. Dallas Cowboys | Illinois CB Devon Witherspoon
While many have written to the Cowboys after Dak Prescott’s one-week injury, Team America did more than just poop. With Cooper Rush at the helm, effective play from the five-year veteran and pure dominance from this defense raises heads in Dallas, and if that’s not enthusiastic, Just listen to Michael Irvine To get you excited.
However, looking at next year’s draft, there are some situations of need that are starting to become clear. Offense is where most of those needs are located, but we can’t overlook defense completely. We have a corner in this mock draft, and that’s probably the only defensive position Dallas might consider in the first round. Yes, Trevon Diggs got off to a great start to his career with 16 interceptions and 44 assists defended in his first 25 games. However, Anthony Brown is in the final year of his contract and Jordan Lewis will be in the same boat next season.
While DaRon Bland came as a pleasant surprise as a late pick, the arrival of Nashon Wright in 2021 was an absolute disaster (as many expected) and Kelvin Joseph’s lack of development and off-field decisions led to questions about his future as well. Yes, offense still needs a little more help, but I wouldn’t advise the Cowboys to arrive when needed in the first round for the second year in a row rather than their usual position of aiming for the best value.
~ Austin Smith, Senior DraftTech Analyst
23. Dallas Cowboys | Oregon CB Christian Gonzalez
Trevon Diggs is clearly one of the NFL’s playmaking best corners at the moment, but if opposing quarterbacks want to avoid him, they can find success on the other side of the field. Having a breakout campaign after moving from Colorado, Gonzalez has the size, height and athletic performance to be the perfect pairing with Diggs.
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6’2″, 191 lbs
Other than Trevon Diggs and possibly DaRon Bland, there is a lot of uncertainty in CB for the Cowboys after the 2022 season. Because of that, any one of the three above could become the Dallas pick for the first round in 2023.