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More evaluations from the scouting combine

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Some more combine evaluations courtesy of Sports Illustrated. I pulled some of the bits about players linked with the Cowboys .

USC lineman Winston Justice elevated his stock and cemented himself as a top-15 choice. Those on hand were impressed how he slid off the edge during pass-blocking drills.

Williams' North Carolina State linemate, Manny Lawson, is now considered a lock for the fist round. At 6-5, 242 pounds, Lawson ran faster then most of the receivers, clocking a 4.45.

Florida State had a pair of impressive prospects who now grade out as mid-first round selections. Kamerion Wimbley was outstanding during the practice session after running a 4.64. Defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley also improved his draft stock.

Another Big Ten product, Chad Greenway, also had a solid combine. Though not as flashy as Hawk, the pride of Iowa was efficient during his entire workout.

Finally, Daniel Bullocks is soaring up draft boards. The swift-moving, 212-pound Bullocks ran a 4.38 and was very impressive during the practice session. Scouts feel Daniel has better instincts and movement skills than his twin brother, Josh, a second-round pick of the New Orleans Saints in 2005 and now a starter.