One key part of the Dallas Cowboys offense over the past few years has been tight end Dalton Schultz. The Cowboys used the franchise tag on him last year but unless they can reach a long-term deal, it seems his time in Dallas has come to an end.
Fortunately, there are a number of good tight ends in this draft class and Dalton Kincaid is one that could be an option for the Cowboys when they are on the clock.
Over the past two seasons, Kincaid has been a big part of the Utah offense with 16 total touchdowns over that stretch. This past season alone he had 70 receptions and 890 receiving yards with an average over 13 yards per reception.
While the Cowboys do have Jake Ferguson, who was their fourth round pick last year, that could step in and replace Schultz moving forward, drafting a player like Dalton Kincaid could make this offense even more dynamic.