SB Nation's Matthew Fairburn released his latest mock draft on Monday morning, and he has the Dallas Cowboys picking Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd.
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This pick hasn't changed from last week's mock draft, where Kadar also had Dallas picking Floyd.
Sharrif Floyd is the type of prospect that tends to rise in the pre-draft process. He's incredibly athletic and plays the game with a non-stop motor. Floyd would be a nice fit at the 5-technique position, assuming the Cowboys stick with the 3-4 defense.
It still hasn't been confirmed if new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin will ditch the 3-4 and move to his signature Tampa 2, so the Cowboys' offseason needs aren't clear. Still, Floyd would be a value pick here with Jay Ratliff's health and production a big concern.
Dallas also needs help on the offensive line, so Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson and North Carolina G Jonathan Cooper are both possibilities at this spot.