NFL Mock Draft 2012: Cowboys End Up With Mark Barron In New 7-Round Mock At NFL.com

Chad Reuter has just come out with a mammoth seven-round mock for the 2012 NFL Draft over at NFL.com, and the Dallas Cowboys come up with some significant additions to the team’s defense, including new young additions to the secondary to partner with free agent signing Brandon Carr.

Mark Barron is often rumored to head to the Cowboys at No. 14 overall, where Reuter has him, and the Alabama product is often listed as the best safety in the draft. If the team has Carr and Barron in the defensive backfield, the Cowboys biggest need gets better in a hurry.

Here’s Reuter's complete projections for the Cowboys including round chosen and overall selection in parentheses:
1 (14) Mark Barron, SS, Alabama
2 (45) Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati
3 (81) Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma
4 (113) Coty Sensabaugh, CB, Clemson
4 (135) James Brown, OG, Troy
5 (152) DeVier Posey, WR, Ohio State
6 (186) Edwin Baker, RB, Michigan State
7 (222) Chase Ford, TE, Miami

For more on the Cowboys, head to Blogging the Boys, and for more mock draft updates, follow SB Nation Dallas' StoryStream.

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