Each year, NFL teams are allowed to bring in 30 national prospects to their training facilities for a visit, as well as an unlimited amount of players considered local prospects, either by growing up in that city or playing in a local college.
While the exact lists won't be finalized until next week, the names of a good number of players scheduled to visit the Dallas Cowboys have leaked out:
|Amini Silatolu||OG||Midwestern State||2|
|Lionel Smith||CB||Texas A&M||UDFA|
|Chase Baker||NT||Boise State||UDFA|
|Local Prospects invited for Dallas Days|
|Jeff Fuller||WR||Texas A&M||4-5|
|Nathan Dick||QB||Central Arkansas||UDFA|
Over the last few years, the list of the players the Cowboys have brought in has corresponded fairly well with the players they end up drafting. The last first-round pick Dallas didn't bring for a pre-draft visit was DeMarcus Ware in 2005.
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