The Dallas Cowboys brought in 22 draft prospects for visits over a three-day span and four SEC players were in the group, including two Alabama running backs, according to NFL Network’s Albert Breer.
Alabama running backs Kenyan Drake and Derrick Henry, Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves and Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell were all part of the large group of visitors in Dallas.
The Cowboys already upgraded the running back position in free agency by signing former Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris; however, the team is still looking to fill the void left by DeMarco Murray’s departure a year ago. In 2015, the Cowboys finished 4-12 with the second-fewest points scored in the NFL.
Dallas could also use an upgrade at cornerback as former LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne hasn’t played up to the talent that made him a top 10 pick in 2012.
The Cowboys own the No. 4 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and are projected to select Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa in the latest mock draft on SEC Country.