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Scout's Eye: 11 DB Prospects Who Make Sense For Cowboys On Day 2

FRISCO, Texas – Currently the Cowboys hold selections No. 60 (second round) and No. 92 (third round), which will likely go toward their secondary when they go on the clock Friday night.

Here are some possible picks that we could see on Day 2:

Washington CB Kevin King: Was likely in the discussion at No. 28 but the pick went to Charlton. Will have to trade up in the round to draft him.

Florida CB Teez Tabor:Tape is outstanding but timed speed isn't. Like King, I believe you would have to go up to get him.

UCLA CB Fabian Moreau: Interested to see where the medical puts him on other team's boards. Progress for recovery is going well and could see him this year. Super talented.

Clemson CB Cordrea Tankersley: One of the best press man corners in the country. Looks like a different player when playing off coverage. Going to be close with him getting to their spot.

Florida CB Quincy Wilson: Like his teammate Tabor at Florida, Wilson doesn't have great timed speed but film is impressive. Can be a sticky cover man.

Central Florida CB Shaquill Griffin: Quickness. Willing tackler. Best when he can play tight on the man. Speed to carry receiver all over the field.

Colorado CB Chidobe Awuzie: Grab and stay in position player. Technique can be all over the place. Will need to tighten that up. Like the way he plays with quickness.

Connecticut S Obi Melifonwu: Rare size and athletic ability. Media scouts liked him better than NFL scouts, but still worthy of consideration. Pre-draft visit for the club.

Utah S Marcus Williams: Ballhawk in the secondary. Back-to-back seasons with five interceptions. Perfect player if looking to play single high with his range.

Louisiana Tech S Xavier Woods: One of my favorite defenders in the draft. Always around the ball. Very reactionary player. Nice player in the open field.

Texas A&M S Justin Evans: If he was more consistent tackling, he would have been a first-round pick. Big-time ability but can be a liability. Have to know what you're getting with the player.

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