FRISCO, Texas – Thursday means another episode of "The Draft Show."
After a week away, the crew got back together for another hour of draft talk, and much of the conversation centered on the quickly-approaching NFL Combine.
More specifically, the first segment of Thursday's show featured a spirited debate about Louisiana Tech defensive end Jaylon Ferguson, who had his invite to the Combine rescinded earlier in the week. This prompted a long conversation about what the purpose of the event is supposed to be, as well as how and why it has evolved from humble beginnings to must-see TV.
Here are some other highlights from the show:
- Another big segment of the show was the conversation surrounding Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons. In addition to his off-field baggage, Simmons tore his ACL during a workout this week, effectively sidelining him for the 2019 season. This naturally prompted the question: originally considered a first-round pick, does he now become a possibility for the Cowboys at pick No. 58?
- Dane Brugler and Bryan Broaddus also talked about intriguing mid-round cornerback prospects, as the Cowboys have two veteran cornerbacks entering contract years.
- Speaking of cornerbacks, Dane and Bryan compared two of the top corners in this year's class in Vanderbilt's Joejuan Williams and LSU's Greedy Williams.
- The guys also talked about the Cowboys' holes on the roster and how they can best address them in free agency prior to the draft.
Here's the link to the full show: