Potential prospects for the Cowboys according to The Ranch Report and FOXSports.com
Watson, a 6-3, 341 pound monster, has been viewed as a enigma because his play during his senior year was inconsistent. His natural ability is obvious, but his reputation has kept his stock lower in the eyes of some draft experts.
Analysis: The enigma of the week. Watson was everything he was touted to be BEFORE the season began. Big, strong, explosive, and un-blockable at times. The key was seeing Watson hustle on the field on every play. The question now becomes, was it enough for NFL teams to overrule his reputation.
Sources tell TheRanchReport.com that the Cowboys are expected to meet with Bullocks again - possibly as soon as this week.
Analysis: A potential two deep zone safety, Bullocks offers solid skills for the next level. Not as polished or versatile as his brother yet a solid middle frame pick next April.
- Collegiate defensive end Kamerion Wimbley spent a good amount of time with the Cowboys, and the discussions were positive from all indications. Wimbley is being evaluated as a standup defensive end and outside linebacker by the Cowboys, which had Wimbley very interested.
- Alabama defensive end Mark Anderson is an intriguing player, despite being somewhat undersized, Anderson displays good physical strength and quickness. The Cowboys simply like his agility and ability to attack.