With the signing of running back Alfred Morris, any of the speculation about the Cowboys drafting Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott should cease immediately.
Jerry Jones has stated he will NOT be taking a quarterback with the 4th overall selection, although how much of what he says can be trusted is up for debate.
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Regardless, Dallas needs secondary help and pass rushers. They need to take the best available and Jalen Ramsey from Florida State is him. The word versatile gets thrown around a lot, but this prospect truly is.
Identified as a cornerback prospect, the Seminole also looks like a “can’t-miss” safety prospect as well. For Dallas, this is good news as they can use him wherever he tests the best in camp, and should find themselves a cornerstone at either position for close to a decade.
No player is bust proof of course, but of all the young men in this year’s class, Ramsey seems the most invulnerable of the bunch. The Cowboys should jump at the chance to grab him, and look for d-line help later.
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