Dallas Cowboys 2010 Mock Draft: The Ultimate Offensive Line
Before we hear all of the complaints about the unrealistic nature of this mock draft, we must start by saying it is just for fun. We simply want to take a look at what it would it be like if the Cowboys decided to assemble their offensive line of the future in only one draft.
This mock will take us through the first four Dallas selections. While the likelihood of this entire mock draft playing out is effectively nil, each individual selection has a tremendous shot of coming to fruition.
Pouncey is a guy we love and one who we actually have rated slightly higher than Idaho guard Mike Iupati. We see Pouncey as more versatile and the eventual replacement for either Kyle Kosier or Andre Gurode.
Some scouts label Ducasse as “a man without a defined position,” but we see this as a blessing in disguise. Ducasse could theoretically play every offensive line spot and even lined up on defense at the Senior Bowl. More positions equals more opportunities for success.
Tony Washington, OT, Abilene Christian
Washington will drop due to character concerns, but those issues seem to be behind him. Like Ducasse, he is a bit raw, so Dallas may go another direction if they are seeking an immediate starter. In the third round, though, they may be satisfied with Washington’s upside.
Zane Beadles, G/T, Utah
Beadles is another guy with the sort of versatility coaches crave. Combining him and Ducasse would give the Cowboys two chances to hit on a tackle and two opportunities to hit on a guard (that’s four total for those counting at home) between just two players.
And now, introducing your 2014 Dallas Cowboys starting offensive line:
LT: Doug Free
LG: Maurkice Pouncey
C: Andre Gurode
RG: Vladimir Ducasse
RT: Robert Brewster
Swing Tackle: Tony Washington
Backup Guard: Zane Beadles
How does that look to you Cowboys fans?