The Dallas Cowboys will be looking to improve their front seven early and often in the 2014 NFL Draft, so they have been spending the final few weeks of preparation meeting with some of the top defensive linemen and linebackers in this year’s draft class.
The latest player to visit with the Cowboys is Florida Gators defensive tackle Dominique Easley, according to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com.
Easley is considered by many in the draft community to be a top ten talent, but he is expected to fall in this year’s draft after suffering a torn ACL in 2013. He now has two surgically repaired knees after tearing both of his ACLs.
There is a chance that the Cowboys could land Easley in the second-round, but if they believe he can blossom into a star then the team will need to take the risk and make him the pick with their first-round selection.