I’m checking out the Senior Bowl practices and a player I thought could fall to the Cowboys is shooting up the charts. How about this stat from NFL.com: Typically the Senior Bowl will produce close to 50 percent of the first-round selections and about 70 percent of the second and third rounds combined.
Leodis McKelvin of Troy is a kid I like.
He is playing some sharp ball at the corner spot. He can also help in the return game.
McKelvin played in the Sun Belt conference, but it’s not a big deal. We have seen DeMarcus Ware make the step from Troy to the NFL with no problem. The Cowboys need a to draft a corner in the first round.
Jordy Nelson of Kansas State is doing well at the wide receiver spot. He looks like a #2 receiver. I can see him being a first day selection.
Defensive lineman Sedrick Ellis of USC is probably the best player I’ve seen at the practice.
The quarterbacks don’t do much for me. The Cowboys could use a draft pick on a kid to develop. If a player like John David Booty (USC) were available in the 4th round they may want to pull the trigger at Valley Ranch.