By Matthew Mackey
Mike McGlinchey- Tackle, Notre Dame
McGlinchey is a big and physical offensive tackle. He would be a big asset to the team at the right tackle position. He was the leader of the Notre Dame line and helped them average 270 rushing yards per game. He has the size and quickness to go against the top defensive ends in the NFL. He’d be a great addition if he’s still in the draft.
Billy Price- Guard, Ohio State
Price is a big physical lineman who has been the leader of the line at Ohio State. He was a two year captain for the Buckeyes. He broke the record for most consecutive game starts at Ohio State, 55. In his first 3 years he was a guard on the line, and when going into his senior year, Urban made the call and moved him to center. He helped Ohio State become one of the most electrifying rushing offense in the country for the past 2 seasons. Price won the “Rimington Trophy” which goes to the top center in the nation. He will be entering the draft as a guard and would be a great left guard for the Cowboys.
Desmond Harrison- Tackle, West Georgia
The only guy on this list that’s not coming from a Division 1 program, but he’s the one to watch. Harrison started at a JUCO and then signed with University of Texas, he played in 7 games for them and then left the team in 2015. He took 2 seasons off from football and then signed with West Georgia for the 2017-2018 season where he started every game. He’s the size of a NFL player, 6’8 310 lbs.
Isaiah Wynn- Tackle/Guard, Georgia
Wynn is probably the best versatile lineman in the draft. He’s coming from a high power running offense, Georgia. Wynn in college played Guard and tackle, but was a Guard for his senior and junior year. He helped Georgia average 260 yards per game. He is the size of a NFL Guard with 6’2 height and weighing 300 lbs. He’ll be a nice asset to the Cowboys offensive line if they draft him.
Braden Smith- Guard, Auburn
Braden Smith is a huge Guard, he is 6’6 weighing 300 lbs. He was the leader of the Auburn offensive line his junior and senior year. He was a first team All-American selection his senior year. Braden started his sophomore and never missed a start since. He is physical and has the size to be a top lineman in the NFL. The cowboys shouldn’t pass him if he is still there in the second round.
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