90th overall: Atonio Mafi, OG, UCLA
As reported by @JustinM_NFL (see tweet below), UCLA iOL Atonio Mafi has a scheduled top-30 visit with the Dallas Cowboys. There interest is certainly justified considering the improvements needed along the offensive line. Conner McGovern left for the Bills and while Chuma Edoga will compete for the spot, the Cowboys have made no impact signing to replace him. Rather than move Tyler Smith inside, taking Mafi would present an opportunity for Dallas to field their best offensive line.
Mafi is a mountain of a man, standing 6’2” and weighing in at over 350 pounds. His size and power are outstanding, allowing him to anchor in pass protection with ease.
129th overall: Gervon Dexter, IDL, Florida
The Dallas Cowboys have done a fantastic job this offseason of addressing their needs, but long are the days that defensive tackle was ever a priority. It seems that under Quinn, that perspective is starting to change as the Cowboys realize the value in having big bodies up front. While they may still sign Jonathan Hankins and Carlos Watkins, both have been deemed a priority by Stephen Jones, getting some developmental depth in the draft is necessary.
Gervon Dexter is a massive man with the physical tools to hold up as an immediate impact player. Those skills are raw and will require further development, but being able to learn behind Hankins will only strengthen his projection. Dexter holds up well against the run while providing sufficient penetration as a pass rusher, both traits that the Dallas Cowboys are desperately looking for. Another thing to keep in mind, Cowboys recently hired Shariff Floyd as their assistant defensive line coach. Floyd played at Florida and was in attendance at Dexter’s pro day workout.