After dealing their second round pick to move up in the first round, the Dallas Cowboys had to wait until the end of third round Friday before making another pick.
With the No. 81 selection, they took Tyrone Crawford, a defensive end from Boise State.
A 6'4 275 end from Canada, Crawford had 44 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and 6.5 sacks, in his senior season. He was a two-year starter for the Broncos after spending two seasons in junior college.
As a result of his unusual background, he is still somewhat raw and many draft analysts think he has not reached his full potential on the gridiron.
A look at how he performed against some of the tougher competition Boise State faced last year: