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Cowboys 2019 pre-draft go to tracker: Official visits, personal workouts, Dallas Day invites

We are much less than a month far away from the 2019 NFL Draft, and it’s going to be a piece of a specific enjoy with the Dallas Cowboys now not having an expansion inside the first round. Many humans will inform you that Amari Cooper is their first-rounder from this season, but the reality remains that the primary 32 choices will cross through without any of them being made by way of America’s Team. That’s unlucky. Draft talks are ramping up, which means we’re at the time of yr wherein pre-draft traffic is all of the rages. Interest is all of the rages! Each NFL team is permitted 30 private visits, and that is obviously well worth noting because groups wouldn’t invite a person they didn’t have a hobby in.

30 visits aren’t the handiest element really worth monitoring by using the way. There’s also “Dallas Day,” which assesses products that might be more neighborhood to the crew. From last year’s tracker: The Cowboys also can convey in as many draft-eligible local prospects (players who went to high school in the Dallas/Fort-Worth metropolitan place or attended TCU, SMU, or North Texas) as they prefer for visits and workout routines for the duration of “Dallas Day,” a one-day event in April which took tempo on Friday. Additionally, the crew can have non-public workout routines with as many potentialities as they need, so long as those exercises are conducted in the metropolitan vicinity of the participant’s house or at the participant’s university campus.

Here are all of the names we realize so far. (finally updated on Thursday, April 4th at eleven:30am ET)

Cowboys Top 30 Pre-Draft Visitors

  • Chauncey Gardner, S, Florida (through Dallas Morning News)
  • Chris Westry, CB, Kentucky (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Christian Miller, LB, Alabama (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Damien Harris, RB, Alabama (via Ian Rapoport)
  • Darius Harris, LB, Middle Tennessee (through Bobby Belt)
  • Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss (thru @JustinM_NFL)
  • Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina (through NFL.Com)
  • Derrek Thomas, CB, Baylor (through Craig Smoak)
  • Dre Greenlaw, LB, Arkansas (thru Draft Diamonds)
  • Drew Sample, TE, Washington (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri (through Bobby Belt)
  • Gerald Willis, DT, Miami (via Jared Tokarz)
  • Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M (through Mark Lane)
  • Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech (thru Bobby Belt)
  • John Cominsky, DE, Charleston (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State (thru Tom Pelissero)
  • Jon’Vea Johnson, WR, Toledo (via Jeff Cavanaugh)
  • Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia (through Draft Diamonds)
  • Khari Willis, S, Michigan State (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Kingsley Keke, DT, Texas A&M (through Mark Lane)
  • Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State (via Dan Hope)
  • Taylor Rapp, S, Washington (through Bobby Belt)
  • Tony Pollard, RB, Memphis (via Calvin Watkins)
  • Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida (via Tony Pauline)
  • Will Harris, S, Boston College (thru Bobby Belt)
  • Position Count (27 total)
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