First, the Graham Harrell rumors about his signing with the Cowboys were confusing. They were rumors, after all. Harrell's first rookie minicamp will be as a Brown.
Here's the 8 undrafted free agents the Cowboys have agreed to terms with so far. Expect this list to be continued as more players are confirmed.
We knew about these guys:
WR Julian Hawkins, Boise State
WR Kevin Ogletree, Virginia (He was ranked the #7 undrafted prospect by draftcountdown.com)
G Greg Isdaner, West Virginia (Russ Lande at The Sporting News ranked Isdaner the #18 prospect still available for Day 2 of the draft.)
Dallas has dipped into The Fighting Irish's player pool.
Notre Dame FB Asaph Schwapp will report to Dallas.
The Dallas Cowboys have come to terms with Notre Dame fullback Asaph Schwapp, TheRanchReport.
com has learned.
Schwapp, considered the strongest player on the Fighting Irish team, only had 44 career rushers for 98 yards but is considered a devastating blocker at the point of attack.
OL Mike Turkovich, Notre Dame
According to DC.com, "Turkovich (6-5, 305) was a two-year starter with experience at guard and tackle."
Here's two more:
OG Travis Bright, BYU
From dmn's blog:
Bright (6-5, 316) also has medical issues, having had a rod inserted to stabilize his broken leg two years ago. He's a mauler who can bench press 540 pounds.
TE Jamar Hunt, UTEP
From dmn's blog:
Hunt (6-7, 260) caught 31 passes for 367 yards and two TDs as a senior. He turned 26 years old in December.
QB Rudy Carpenter, Arizona St.
From DC.com's Josh Ellis:
Carpenter threw for 81 touchdowns and 10,491 yards in college. He had long been thought of as a draftable prospect, but had arguably his worst season as a senior, passing for just 16 touchdowns to go with 2,493 yards. Carpenter is 6-3, 225, the same size as the Cowboys' fourth-round pick, Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee. The Cowboys typically carry four quarterbacks through training camp in order to keep everyone's arm fresh.