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Cowboys Twitter reactions for picks in rounds 4-7 of 2020 NFL Draft

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What kind of the depth and value did the Cowboys find in rounds 4-7?

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As day three of the NFL Draft began the Cowboys had four selections to make in rounds four through seven.

FOURTH ROUND

With plenty of talent still left to be had and several of interest to the Dallas Cowboys, day three promised to be pretty exciting. The first significant move in the NFC East belonged to the Washington Redskins:

Right after the trade, Washington selected OT Saadiq Charles, a potential steal that most certainly was on everyone’s wish list on day three, including the Cowboys:

As we were just a few picks away, here’s the type of talent that was still sitting there waiting to be picked:

With the 123rd pick in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected:

Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa

A double dip at corner was a smart move and a valuable one too. The Cowboys just keep nailing it.

High fives all around boys!

Robinson was a sneaky value pick and many had him ranked much higher than where the Cowboys selected him:

For what it is worth, Dane Brugler from the Athletic had Reggie Robinson as his 98th player in his Top-100:

98. Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa (6-1, 205)Robinson is physically impressive with his length and athletic profile, showing the coverage awareness and receiver-like traits to make plays on the football. His aggressive mindset is an asset in the run game, but also leads to early contact downfield. Overall, Robinson needs to shore up the undisciplined parts of his game, but his combination of instincts, “my ball” mentality and athletic traits are the building blocks of an NFL starter capable of playing press and zone.

It’s all about getting some hungry defensive backs that get their hands on the football:

Let’s take another look at some numbers and measurables for the Cowboys’ new cornerback, Reggie Robinson:

Reggie Robinson is most definitely skilled in defending top talent:

For more scouting details, check out this review from The Mothership:

And here’s an interview he did with The Draft Wire:

Let’s check in with our friends in Philly to see what they think:

Oh it’s true, it’s damn true!

TRADE ALERT!!!

The Cowboys found a trade partner, the Philadelphia Eagles. Oh my! Bet this goes over well with our friends in Philly...

AT PICK 146, THE DALLAS COWBOYS SELECT TYLER BIADASZ, C, WISCONSIN

To be fair, the Eagles have helped Dallas get great players before:

Some people never learn...

Maybe the Cowboys really do want to make center the best competition on the roster:

The rich just keep getting richer, don’t they? If there is one area these Cowboys scouts know, it’s offensive line.

Tell me more...

The question is what did the Cowboys have to give up for this talented interior lineman?

That’s it?! Do people know the Cowboys will have a load of comp picks next year?

The only explanation is that every GM in the league must be Cowboy fans because they sure are making it easy for them to pick up great players.

Moving on...what’s on deck?

FIFTH ROUND

As we come up about 10 picks before the Cowboys pick at 179, a couple of names that could be intriguing targets:

  • Bradlee Anae, DE, Utah
  • K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
  • Geno Stone, S, Iowa
  • Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
  • Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland
  • James Proche, WR, SMU
  • Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

Who do we want? It’s pretty obvious, no?

With just one selection ahead of the Cowboys, some good players ready for the picking:

AT PICK 179, IN THE FIFTH ROUND, THE DALLAS COWBOYS SELECT... BRADLEE ANAE, DE, UTAH

Ask and you shall receive, another selection in Dane Brugler’s Top-100 at 179. VALUE!

Quick scouting snapshot from none other than the D-Line guru, Mr. John Owning:

Say what? Sturm loves him some Anae...

Just watch the man go to work here:

Our own Connor Livesay brought this nugget back from the Senior Bowl:

You got a big fan base already, welcome to Dallas Bradlee Anae, now let’s get put some quarterbacks on the ground.

SEVENTH ROUND

One more round, one more pick to go for the Cowboys, just keep doing what you’re doing Cowboys...

After last year’s uninspiring draft class that saw only one rookie, Tony Pollard, play significant snaps, the pressure was on for Will McClay. You have to think he’s feeling pretty good right about now.

After the sixth round saw a run on special teams players, it’s anyone’s guess as who the Cowboys could be targeting at 231.

With what the Cowboys have done, there is nothing here that could rain on the parade in CowboysNation.

Could it be an injury risk for a certain tight end? Hunter Bryant?

So...Mr. Irrelevant for the Cowboys this year is...Ben DiNucci, QB, James Madison!

Who?

Who cares?! We’re all happy anyway!

Mike McCarthy is a QB guy and it’s never a bad idea to draft one, especially with your last pick. Here’s a sneak peek at Ben DiNucci, the last pick for the Cowboys but possibly the best name in the bunch.

That’s a wrap on the 2020 NFL Draft...not a bad way to roll, Cowboys: