One of the players who is standing out the most – literally – from the summer practices is Kentucky defensive back Chris Westry, who is hard not to notice with his 6-4 frame.
One of the taller cornerbacks the Cowboys have ever had, Westry is trying to become yet another undrafted player to make the roster. While it won’t be easy, Dallas has certainly had some success with finding defensive backs after the draft.
Dating back to the 1960s, the Cowboys have found quite a few defensive backs who went on to have Pro Bowl, All-Pro and even Ring of Honor careers.
Let’s take a look back to the 10 best undrafted defensive backs in Cowboys history.
The Cowboys have had plenty of great undrafted players, but if there’s one position that stands out the most, it would be defensive back. We’ve ranked the 10 best undrafted DBs in franchise history. Who’s No. 1?