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Draft Watch: Dez Bryant

This will be my second edition of draft watch. I’ve decided I’m going to alternate between offense and defense, so here is my top offensive pick, Wide Receiver Dez Bryant of Oklahoma State.

Bryant is big for a receiver. He stands at 6’2, 220 lbs. He was born in Lufkin, Texas, a small city east of Dallas.  He made the All-State team as a senior, before deciding to go to Oklahoma State, over bigger football programs such as LSU, Nebraska, and Arkansas.

As a freshman, Bryant had 622 yards and 6 TD’s. After a spectacular sophomore year, he was given the Wide Receiver trophy, which is given to the best receiver in college football. He was also named an All-American.

Why we Draft him: He is the best receiver in the draft, and quite frankly, we need receivers. I believe that Devon Bess and Brian Hartline are both going to be good receivers, but not great ones. Bryant is more likely to become great. Our receivers are also relatively small, and at 6’2, 220 lbs, Bryant could defiantly help with that. He’s also a great punt returner, so we could also receive some help there.

Why we Don’t Draft him: Although we need receivers, I think that we’d be better off drafting a linebacker or defensive tackle with our 1st pick. We’d be better off getting a receiver via trade or free agency. It seems as if a deal for Anquan Boldin may open up soon. Also, Brandon Marshall, Vincent Jackson, Braylon Edwards, and maybe even Terrell Owens are free agents, and I hope we make an offer to one of them. Bryant is also a little bit slow for a wideout and can’t always break free from coverage.

In conclusion, I think drafting Bryant would be a decent pick, but I’d much rather see us go defensive with our 1st pick. Drafting a receiver can be too risky. Go FA for receivers instead.



2 Responses

  1. Also, Bill Parcells is notorious for never picking a big time WR in the first round.
    Typically he goes defense, at least in the past 9 years.

    NYG1983 PICK 10 Terry Kinard Position DB Clemson

    NYG1984 PICK 3 Carl Banks Position LB Michigan State

    NYG1985 PICK 19 George Adams Position RB Kentucky

    NYG1986 PICK 19 Eric Dorsey Position DE Notre Dame

    NYG1987 PICK 28 Mark Ingram Position WR Michigan State

    NYG1988 PICK 10 Eric Moore
    Position T Indiana

    NYG1989 PICK 18 Brian Williams Position C Minnesota

    NYG1990 PICK 24 Rodney Hampton Position RB Georgia

    NE1993 PICK 1 Drew Bledsoe Position QB Washington State

    NE1994 PICK 4 Willie McGinest Position OLB USC

    NE1995 PICK 23 Ty Law Position CB Michigan

    NE1996 PICK 7 Terry Glenn Position WR Ohio State

    NYJ1997 PICK 8 James Farrior Position OLB Virginia

    NYJ1998 No first round pick

    NYJ1999 No first round pick

    DAL2003 PICK 5 Terence Newman Position CB Kansas State

    DAL2004 No first round pick

    DAL2005 PICK 11 DeMarcus Ware Position OLB Troy State

    DAL2005 PICK 20 Marcus Spears Position DE Louisiana State

    DAL2006 PICK 18 Bobby Carpenter Position LB Ohio State

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