• USC product could add WR depth
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    USC product could add WR depth

    Much hype surrounded JuJu Smith-Schuster when he arrived on campus in L.A.

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  • Xavier Woods: Possible late round Cowboys pick
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    Xavier Woods: Possible late round Cowboys pick

    Xavier Woods may not be not known on the national stage, but in Conference USA, quarterbacks are well aware of the name.

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  • Tedric Thompson: Middle round find?

    Tedric Thompson: Middle round find?

    Dallas could look to add depth to their thin secondary in the 2017 NFL Draft.

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  • Defensive help: Cowboys eye UConn safety
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    Defensive help: Cowboys eye UConn safety

    An All-American conference safety from UConn could bolster a weakening Cowboys secondary. The Cowboys lost key secondary players from the previous year.

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  • Potential Pick: DB Justin Evans
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    Potential Pick: DB Justin Evans

    Justin Evans is a hard-hitting safety with potential to become a solid NFL player.

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  • Cowboys honor Ware, ponder need with post-Romo future secure
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    Cowboys honor Ware, ponder need with post-Romo future secure

    FRISCO, Texas (AP) Jerry Jones honored DeMarcus Ware with a ceremonial signing Monday that allowed the franchise sacks leader to retire as a Dallas Cowboy on the same day the team owner discussed how the draft might help find the next dominant pass rusher.

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  • UCLA DE proves himself in final year
    UCLA

    UCLA DE proves himself in final year

    Considered to be a sleeper prior to his senior year, UCLA's Takkarist McKinley proved to be a force of nature in 2016. As a senior, he received first-team All-Pac-12 honors, having racked up 18 tackles for loss, 10 sacks and six pass breakups. Scouts believe the defensive end will get overdrafted and get taken in the first round, but will prove to a be a productive professional defensive player for whomever scoops him up. TAKKARIST MCKINLEY STATS Position: Defensive end

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  • 3rd Watt brother looks to continue family tradition
    Wisconsin

    3rd Watt brother looks to continue family tradition

    Looking to continue a family tradition, T.J. Watt, after having suffered surgical setbacks, rose to prominence in 2016. As a senior, Watt earned second-team Associated Press All-American and first-team All-Big Ten honors with 63 tackles, 15.5 for loss and 11.5 sacks. And scouts say Watt will only get better.  Following in his brother J.J. Watt's footsteps, scouts say the youngest Watt also has a tireless work ethic and sees plays all the way through. And like his brother, is a monster when...

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  • Late to the game, Mizzoui OLB could make impact
    Missouri

    Late to the game, Mizzoui OLB could make impact

    Although his football career got started late, Missouri outside linebacker Charles Harris proved to be a first to second round talent in college. Harris didn't throw on a jersey until his junior year in high school but quickly made an impact. In 2015, Harris earned second-team All-SEC honors after leading the conference with 18.5 tackles for loss. He also recorded sevens sacks. Despite Mizzou's dismal 4-8 finish in 2016, he was voted second-team all-conference, having racked up 12 tackles...

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  • Michigan DE will go quick in draft
    University of Michigan

    Michigan DE will go quick in draft

    Throughout his career at Michigan, Vidauntae "Taco" Charlton continually improved his game each year. As a senior, Charlton garnered first-team All-Big Ten honors after leading Michigan with 9.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss. With his rare combination of size, length and athletic traits as a rusher, teams will look at him as a hard to pass up pick early in the draft. Scouts say Charlton has future All-Pro potential and is slated to have an easy route to a starting position early on in his...

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  • UF CB's size, physicality could switch him to safety in pros
    University of Florida

    UF CB's size, physicality could switch him to safety in pros

    If there's one thing Florida cornerback Quincy Wilson doesn't lack, it's confidence. Wilson rose to prominence in 2016 after capping off the season with with three picks. He also allowed fewer than 40 percent of the passes in which he was targeted. Even though he used to playing CB, his size and physicality could lead him to turn into a safety in the pros, as his instincts are geared more toward the willingness to tackle and above average ball skills. With Wilson and Teez Tabor, Florida...

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  • UF's Teez Tabor is no tease on the gridiron
    University of Florida

    UF's Teez Tabor is no tease on the gridiron

    Florida's Teez Tabor is no tease on the gridiron. As a freshman for the Gators, his eight pass breakups earned him Freshman All-American honors. The following year, Tabor was named to All-SEC first team with four picks, two of which were pick sixes, and 14 pass breakups. With Tabor and Quincy Wilson in the backfield, Florida possessed one of the best corner duos in the nation in 2016. NFL scouts say Tabor, "has excellent hand-eye coordination and shines when the ball is in the air with...

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  • Although injury-prone, UW CB could elevate Dallas' secondary
    University of Washington

    Although injury-prone, UW CB could elevate Dallas' secondary

    With a rare build for his position, Washington CB Kevin King could possess the skills to elevate the Dallas secondary. The honorable mention All-Pac-12 team member used his height and length to his advantage for the Huskies, recording 44 tackles, 3.5 for loss, two picks and 13 pass breakups in 2016. He began as a safety for UW before switching to CB.

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  • Great 2016 could propel USC CB into early 2nd round
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  • Oregon State DE shows potential in overcoming obstacles
    Oregon State