Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds

Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft 2023 – 7 Rounds
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Here is a 7 round Dallas Cowboys mock draft for 2023

Using our mock draft simulator here are the players who could be in play for the Dallas Cowboys in the 2023 NFL draft

Even though this does not include trade it does give an indication as to who may be available when the Cowboys pick.

Here is your Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft

Round 1: Pick 26 – Michael Mayer – TE – Notre Dame

Michael Mayer is one of the top prospects in the NFL draft. A solid reliable blocker, who has chain moving ability in the passing game, Mayer is a Tight End prospect who can do it all. He will be a day 1 contributor for any team who drafts him. Whilst not as explosive as some of the other prospects, Mayer offers so much more. The Cowboys would love to have ‘Jason Witten 2.0’ for the next decade

Round 2: Pick 58 – Tuli Tuipulotu – EDGE – USC

Tuli Tuipulotu is an extremely versatile defensive lineman who can win with both speed and power at the point of attack. His twitch and bend will cause opposing offensive linemen all kinds of problems. His speed will also allow him to shed blocks and hunt down runners. Perhaps a sleeper in some quarters, he will please whoever takes him in the draft.

Round 3: Pick 90 – Jonathan Mingo – WR – Ole Miss

Mingo is a bigger receiver in a class which lacks his profile, coming in at 6’2″ and 220lbs. He offers a big, strong presence mainly playing out of the slot, where his physical toughness shines through. A sharp, nuanced route runner, he is also a willing blocker in the run game. For a team that uses 11 personnel regularly, he would hopefully find early opportunities to get on the field

Round 4: Pick 129 – Roschon Johnson – RB – Texas

It would be remiss to simply label Roschon Johnson as Bijan Robinson’s back-up. With Tony Pollard on the franchise tag, and Zeke off the books, the Cowboys need to think longer term at the position. Johnson is a big back with a thick frame who plays with a powerful, physical running style. He is however also a creative runner who has great contact balance and excellent vision. His best football may be ahead of him.

Round 5: Pick 176 – Colby Wooden – DT – Auburn

A disruptive attacker from the interior, Wooden has the ability to earn snaps on a D-line rotation. He has a quick first step, and attacks gaps well. He also has a solid anchor and can hold up in the running game. With the right coaching input, there is scope for development here

Round 6: Pick 212 – Ja’von Hicks – S – Cincinnati

A safety with good size to cover tight ends, Hicks has special teams ability, a trait that teams look for in later draft picks whilst they develop their craft in other aspects of the game

Round 7: Pick 244 – Malik Cunningham – QB – Louisville

Truth be told, picks in the 7th round are usually ‘taking a flyer’ on someone. Cunningham has a slight frame and is much more effective as a runner than a passer. Running zone-reads and QB draws, some offensive co-ordinators would love to have him on a roster simply for running these package plays

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