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Cowboys 2019 pre-draft visit tracker: Official visits, private workouts, Dallas Day invites

The NFL allows teams to invite up to 30 national draft prospects for a pre-draft visit and an unlimited amount of local players for a pre-draft workout. We take a look at who the Cowboys have brought in so far.

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We are less than a month away from the 2019 NFL Draft and it’s going to be a bit of a different experience with the Dallas Cowboys not having a selection in the first round.

Many people will tell you that Amari Cooper is their first-rounder from this season, but the fact remains that the first 32 picks will go by without any of them being made by America’s Team. That’s unfortunate.

Draft talks are ramping up and that means we’re at the time of year where pre-draft visitors are all the rage. Each NFL team is allowed 30 private visits and that is obviously worth noting because teams wouldn’t invite someone who they didn’t have interest in. Interest is all the rage!

30 visits aren’t the only thing worth tracking, by the way. There’s also “Dallas Day” which is the assessing of products that are more local to the team. From last year’s tracker:

The Cowboys can also bring in as many draft-eligible local prospects (players who went to high school in the Dallas/Fort-Worth metropolitan area or attended TCU, SMU, or North Texas) as they like for visits and workouts during “Dallas Day”, a one-day event in April which took pace on Friday.

Additionally, the team can have private workouts with as many prospects as they want, as long as these workouts are conducted either in the metropolitan area of the player’s residence or on the player’s college campus.

Here are all of the names we know so far. (last updated on Thursday, April 4th at 11:30am ET)

Cowboys Top 30 Pre-Draft Visitors

Position Count (27 total)

  • Linebacker - 4
  • Defensive End - 2
  • Defensive Tackle - 3
  • Cornerback - 2
  • Safety - 6
  • Running Back - 3
  • Wide Receiver - 4
  • Tight End - 3

We’ll continue to update this list as more information becomes available.