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With the first two days of the 2019 NFL Draft completed Cheap Allen Hurns Youth Jersey , who are the top players available? Which players should the Dallas Cowboys target on Day 3?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsDallas Cowboys 2019 DraftBest available players for the Dallas Cowboys on Day 3 of the NFL DraftNew,89commentsWho are some good players the Cowboys can get on the the last day of the draft?CDTShareTweetShareShareBest available players for the Dallas Cowboys on Day 3 of the NFL DraftMike Carter-USA TODAY SportsDay 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft is over and the Dallas Cowboys have two new players to add to the roster. The selection of Trysten Hill was a player we could see coming as the scuttlebutt told us the team was very high on him, but adding offensive lineman Connor McGovern was something many of us didn’t expect. But that’s how the Cowboys roll as they preach to us about taking the best player available and on Friday they were true to their word.While it’s always great to collect quality players, there are still many positions that could sure use some added talent. Where can the team find the best remaining talent from this draft. Here are the top players left in the draft and some potential prospects the Cowboys could be looking at in Day 3 of the draft.SAFETYChauncey Gardner-Johnson, FloridaAmani Hooker, IowaDeionte Thompson, AlabamaKhari Willis, Michigan StateChauncey Gardner-Johnson was a player that was high on the BTB draft board and not many expected him to be available at pick 58, but he was. And so was Taylor Rapp and Juan Thornhill. But the Cowboys didn’t go that route and passed on all of them. With their affinity for Trysten Hill, we all came to terms with that. Safeties started coming off the board in the third round, however nobody showed interest in Gardner-Johnson. The Cowboys had a chance to get him at 90, but passed again.There are still a few good safeties that would be a good fit with the team. Keep an eye out for Michigan State’s Khari Willis. He’s a good box safety that is able to diagnose plays well. He moves fluidly and takes good angles. He could be a good value Day 3 pick at safety.CORNERBACKJulian Love, Notre DameAmani Oruwariye, Penn StateCorey Ballentine, WashburnIsaiah Johnson, HoustonDerrek Thomas, BaylorNot only are there still a handful of good corners still available, but a lot of them have the size Kris Richard looks for. Penn State’s Amani Oruwariye is one of my personal favorites as he does a really good job playing the ball. Houston’s Isaiah Johnson is a former receiver-turned-corner who needs developing, but could be a good project. Washburn’s Corey Ballentine is slightly undersized, but he plays big and is a high character guy that could max out his potential. And don’t be surprised if the Cowboys go after Baylor’s Derrek Thomas. He’s a physical press corner with good speed that has flashed some nice ball skills.EDGEChristian Miller, AlabamaMaxx Crosby, Eastern MichiganJohn Cominsky, CharlestonFor those holding your breath that the team would pass on the NCAA’s all-time sack leader in Jaylon Ferguson, you can finally exhale. He plays for the Baltimore Ravens now. The Cowboys could look for some high-upside guys on Day 3 with Alabama’s Christian Miller leading the charge. Miller has good instincts, length, and is a high character guy who can add more depth on the edge. Eastern Michigan’s Maxx Crosby has great first-step quickness and closing speed, but is small and can be pushed around at times. Charleston’s John Cominsky is a great athlete who can defend the run and rush the passer.DEFENSIVE TACKLERenell Wren, Arizona StateGerald Willis, MiamiDaniel Wise, KansasKingsley Keke Youth Dorance Armstrong Jersey , Texas A&MThere are still some really good options at defensive tackle, but it would the Cowboys dare double-dip at the position? Arizona State’s Renell Wren would be a nice addition as a 1-tech to play alongside Trysten Hill. He is a stellar run defender who has the size and strength to block traffic. The Cowboys current 1-techs on the roster are Antwaun Wood and this year’s free agent Christian Covington. Both of them will be free agents next season.Miami’s Gerald Willis has upside, but he comes with character concerns. Kansas’ Daniel Wise has great quickness and plays with good energy. Texas A&M’s Kingsley Keke would be a development project, but his quickness, length, and versatility could make him a nice investment for the future.RUNNING BACKTrayveon Williams, Texas A&MJustice Hill, Oklahoma StateBryce Love, StanfordMike Weber, Ohio StateTony Pollard, MemphisThere are plenty of nice options at the running back position. Texas A&M’s Trayveon Williams is one of my pet cats. He’s small, but is a tough player with great vision to run behind the Cowboys offensive line. He’s also a reliable pass blocker and can be utilized as a receiver. Stanford’s Bryce Love tore his ACL late in the season, but when healthy - he’s an explosive runner. Like Williams, he’s also undersized, but he can do some serious damage in the open field.WIDE RECEIVERHakeem Butler, Iowa StateKelvin Harmon, NC StateRiley Ridley, GeorgiaEmanuel Hall, MissouriStanley Morgan Jr., NebraskaAntoine Wesley, Texas TechThere have been some great receivers that have fallen in this draft. The consensus top WR of the draft, D.K. Metcalf was the eighth receiver off the board and didn’t go until the last pick of the second round. That speaks to how important it is to be able to run good routes and makes us appreciate Amari Cooper that much more. One of the draft’s most polished route-runners, Stanley Morgan Jr., is still available and could be a nice late round add.One of the draft’s biggest targets is still available as Iowa State’s Hakeem Butler has yet to hear his name called. He has great speed for a big guy, but is one of the top contested-catch receivers in the draft. But if Metcalf lack of a route tree caused him to drop, expect more of the same for Butler. NC State’s Kelvin Harmon is a great ball-tracker and is good route-runner. He does a good job finding creases in the defense. Missouri’s Emanuel Hall has great athleticism with the speed to be a deep threat.TIGHT ENDFoster Moreau, LSUKaden Smith, StanfordDax Raymond, Utah StateIt made me sad to see Ole Miss’ Dawson Knox taken with the last pick of Day 2. All the high-upside tight ends are gone, but that doesn’t mean the team can’t find an upgrade. LSU’s Foster Moreau is my favorite tight end left as he has really good athleticism Dorance Armstrong Jersey Stitched , great locker room guy, and works hard as a blocker.Here is a look at the top available players courtesy of the BTB draft board.Who are your favorite players left in this draft? What’s the impact of the eight new players on the Cowboys organization?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsDallas Cowboys 2019 DraftFive winners and five losers from the 2019 Dallas Cowboys DraftNew,239commentsWhat’s the impact of the eight new players on the Cowboys organization?CDTShareTweetShareShareFive winners and five losers from the 2019 Dallas Cowboys DraftMatthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsThe 2019 Dallas Cowboys draft class is officially set, and there’s a lot to be excited about.Despite not having a first-round selection the Cowboys managed to bring in some players that are going to help this football team. 2019 Dallas Cowboys Draft Class2nd Round: Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida3rd Round: Connor McGovern, G, Penn State4th Round: Tony Pollard, RB, Memphis5th Round: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami5th Round: Joe Jackson, DE, Miami6th Round: Donovan Wilson, S, Texas A&M7th Round: Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State7th Round: Jalen Jelks, DE, OregonWhat do these players say about the state of the 2019 team? Who’s jobs are on the line and which situations got better? Let’s discuss.Winner: Jeff HeathJeff Heath was part of the Cowboys contingent that went on the fishing trip this weekend, and his big catch wasn’t the only awesome thing to happen to him over the course of the last few days.Dallas was staring a new starting safety in the face at pick number 58, but instead of taking Juan Thornhill or Taylor Rapp, they went with Trysten Hill. This keeps Jeff Heath more firmly in the rotation, even though the Cowboys also signed George Iloka not too long ago.Obviously the Cowboys still drafted a safety in Donovan Wilson, but he’s unlikely to threaten Heath’s status on defense. Overall it was a good weekend for Jeff.Winner: Rod MarinelliThe Cowboys finally gave Rod Marinelli a legitimate defensive tackle to work with. Good for them.We’ve seen Rod go at it with guys like Jason Hatcher, Henry Melton, Stephen Paea, and even though he played nicely last season, Antwaun Woods. Trysten Hill is the first time they’ve given him somebody that he was in love with to make the middle of his defensive line work.It’s no secret that Rod Marinelli has considered retirement before. Getting the guys he likes sure has to make sticking around all the more easy.Winner: The Cowboys backfield in generalDallas has tried to go at it in the backfield outside of their primary ballcarrier with all sorts of options in recent memory. Behind Ezekiel Elliott they didn’t really have much, but do you need much when you have Zeke?With the additions of Tony Pollard and Zeke’s former teammate Mike Weber Youth Dalton Schultz Jersey , Dallas now has options back there. They’ve also tried to get cute with things here and use both Ryan Switzer and Tavon Austin in the backfield, with someone like Pollard in tow they no longer have to experiment like that. That also makes Austin a winner to a degree.Weber is a more likely true “backup” to Zeke with Pollard serving as a specialty weapon. So much of what he’ll be able to contribute is limited by what Kellen Moore is able to do with him, but overall this helps everybody have more defined roles.Winner: The offensive line both now and in the futureSo much has happened that the Connor McGovern pick feels like forever ago. In reality, the Cowboys have a brand new guard with center flexibility to help out their current all-world group. Strengthening your strength is a good idea.What’s more is the Cowboys could conceivably lose La’el Collins in free agency next year. If they already are planning on moving Connor Williams out to right tackle then and replacing him with their new Connor at left guard, good for them on having that foresight. Winner: Jason Witten and the rest of the tight endsThey started with six picks and ended with eight, but the Dallas Cowboys did not take a single tight end during the 2019 NFL Draft. They clearly believe in what they have on their roster at the moment.Obviously what they have is a bunch of “um... okay” especially since Jason Witten is back. Sure, Blake Jarwin has some potential and people are excited to see how Dalton Schultz will do in year two, but what about the future? Do we really feel like a future star is on the team currently?This is the riskiest decision that they made.Loser: Taco CharltonThe Dallas Cowboys drafted two defensive ends in Joe Jackson and Jalen Jelks. This gives them quite the crowd at the position:DeMarcus LawrenceRobert QuinnTyrone Crawford (kind of)Kerry HyderTaco CharltonDorance ArmstrongJoe JacksonJalen JelksOf course, Dallas still has Randy Gregory and if he plays at all that will be a huge bonus. To be fair, Jelks was a seventh-round pick so it’s not like he absolutely has to make the roster, but the point is there are a lot of people and Taco Charlton is barely somewhere in the middle of the group.2019 is going to be an important year for Charlton. He’s entering his third season and is going to be expected to make a jump. In his defense though, how can he? There are talented defensive ends to the point that it will be hard to get on the field consistently. Now there are even more.Loser: Sanjay LalWhile Rod Marinelli got his guy and Kris Richard got some new toys (granted not the ones he probably really wanted), Sanjay Lal didn’t get any new receivers. Boo.Of course, Lal technically got Amari Cooper with a pick that belonged to the Cowboys in this class, but he didn’t get any over the course of the last three days. Dallas does have a promising trio in Cooper, Michael Gallup, and Randall Cobb, but the future of the slot is so unknown. This could have been the time to fix that.Loser: La’el Collins... depending on how you define thingsWith the drafting of McGovern the future of the Cowboys’ offensive line is all the more stable. You know that, duh. We just talked about it.That kind of means that the Cowboys are planning on moving on from Collins next offseason, or at least preparing to. To be fair the only reason that they would do this is if he got paid by someone else, so it’s not really that Collins is a loser it’s just that this situation could help spell the end of his time in Dallas.Oh well.Loser: Darius JacksonWith the Cowboys drafting both Tony Pollard and Mike Weber, not to mention the fact that they brought back fullback Jamize Olawale, it’s safe to say that Jackson’s days in Dallas are numbered.Radius, as he’s affectionately known, has been a fan favorite of many. He’s had a long road in the NFL as the Cowboys moved on from him and he somehow ended back with them. The reality now is that there is just too much competition. Given that the Cowboys will likely go deep somewhere else they are probably not going to carry four running backs. Fare thee well, old friend.Loser: The obvious position needsLook, the Cowboys got answers at defensive tackle and running back throughout the draft, but they are basically in the same spot now that they were on Monday at both safety and tight end.These are important positions (there are no unimportant ones to be fair). The Cowboys are going to be depending on Jason Witten’s return plus Kris Richard’s continued development of their fun bunch at safety. For a team that has aspirations of at least finishing in the NFL’s final four, that’s an awfully large roll of the dice.Hopefully the plan works.