The Dallas Cowboys have the fourth overall pick in the upcoming draft. They have a major need for a pass-rusher, and many draft pundits forecast the Cowboys picking defensive end Joey Bosa out of Ohio State. Bosa is widely viewed as the draft’s top pass-rusher, and would have a chance to contribute from Day 1.
Former UCLA linebacker Myles Jack is another top-tier prospect, and he’s ascending draft boards despite suffering a major injury last fall. Jack is extremely versatile and can play a variety of positions—he even played running back in college. In fact, in 2013, he won the Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year Awards.
The Cowboys should look to bolster their defense, and if Bosa or Jack is still on the board, they can’t go wrong with either. Unless the unforeseen happens and either defensive back Jalen Ramsey or offensive tackle Laremy Tunstil slides to fourth overall, the Cowboys should draft Bosa or Jack or trade down.