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By Jonathan Bales

“Dallas Day” Could Preview Some Future Cowboys

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Prior to the draft, teams are allowed to hold tryouts for any players who grew up within 50 miles of the city where the team resides.  As we all know, North Texas is a bit of a high school football goldmine.

The Cowboys version of these tryouts, “Dallas Day,” is today.  We mention this because a few recent Cowboys’ draft picks have attended the workouts, including Patrick Crayton, Jacques Reeves, Brandon Williams, and Stephen Hodge.

Per ESPN, this year invites were extended to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (SMU), running back Shawnbrey McNeal (SMU), linebacker Chase Kennemer (SMU), defensive back Bryan McCann (SMU), safety Jordan Pugh (Texas A&M), center J.D. Walton (Baylor), cornerback Brian Jackson (DeSot0), defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger (Oklahoma) and Adron Tennell (Oklahoma).

There is a decent possibility that one of those names is one you’ll see listed on the Cowboys’ 2010 roster.  We think Sanders and Walton in particular have excellent shots to be drafted by Dallas.

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2 Responses to “Dallas Day” Could Preview Some Future Cowboys

  1. john coleman says:

    I’m hearing they really like Bryan McCann. Also hearing he ran 4.28 with the wind and 4.32 into the wind at pro day. He supposedly has skills, and is a return man. Emmanuel Sanders has great speed too. SMU must have a great track team.

  2. That is ridiculous. Pro Day times can be a bit inflated due to a different surface and so on, but a 4.28 is incredible anywhere.

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