2021年10月28日

Cowboys draft picks 2019: Who did Dallas pick? Full list of Night net Draft selections

Night net null After a playoff run in 2018, the Dallas Cowboys will try to reload through the 2019 Night net Draft in their quest to repeat as NFC East champions.The biggest roadblock facing the Cowboys in doing so is that they will be without a first-round pick, which they dealt last season for wide receiver Amari Cooper. Night net DRAFT GRADES: Ranking the best, worst 2019 classes from 1-32The Cowboys did well in the draft last year by taking outside linebacker Leighton Vander Esch in the first round, and it's likely that they will try to target more defensive players in 2019. Selecting help at defensive line, defensive back and outside linebacker figure to be towards the top of their list of needs. Below is everything you need to know about the Cowboys' 2019 draft, including when they pick a

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nd their biggest team needs. The list below will be updated throughout the draft as Dallas makes its selections.Cowboys draft picks 2019: When does Dallas pick?RoundOverall Pick No.Second58Third90Fourth128Fifth158Fifth165Sixth213Seventh218Seventh241Who did the Cowboys draft in 2019?No. 58: Trysten Hill, DT, UCFNo. 90: Connor Mcgovern, G, Penn StateNo. 128: Tony Pollard, RB, MemphisNo. 158: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami (Fla.)No. 165: Joe Jackson, DE, Miami (Fla.)No. 213: Donovan Wilson, S, Texas A&MNo. 218: Mike Weber, RB, Ohio StateNo. 241: Jalen Jelks, Edge, OregonCowboys' Night net Draft team needsAccording to SN's Vinnie Iyer:Defensive line: Tackle is the biggest hole. Tyrone Crawford has been productive, but he is entering his age-30 season and is in line for a suspension after an off-field incident. Antwaun Woods and Maliek Collins leave the position rather weak in the wake of David Irving's retirement. At end, the team locked up Demarcus Lawrence, still has 2017 first-rounder Taco Charlton on the other side and traded for Robert Quinn. But there's not much depth and limited pass-rush punch after Lawrence.Defensive back: The Cowboys didn't do much to tap into the free-agent safety market, with only the more backup-level signing of George Iloka. They might think safety first, but they also need to find some subpackage help in the secondary.Outside linebacker: Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith will be together for a while as second-level studs, but Sean Lee is 32 and will see a fading role on a one-year restructured deal. With Damien Wilson gone, they need someone who can play the pass on the strong side.Wide receiver: Cooper and second-year man Michael Gallup will start outside, with free-agent addition Randall Cobb replacing free-agent departure Cole Beasley in the slot. But the Cowboys could add depth in the form of a speedy deep threat for the outside.Tight end: Jason Witten is back, but he essentially replaces Geoff Swaim, with neither Blake Jarwin nor Dalton Schultz looking like a long-term answer at the position.Running back: The Cowboys need a capable backup behind Ezekiel Elliott after not re-signing Rod Smith.Check out Vinnie Iyer's top 100 big board to track the best available.