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2023 rookie review: Eric Scott looking to catch the eye of Mike Zimmer for valuable depth spot at CB

The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2024 draft with a lot of goals in mind, the foremost being replacing the multitude of starters they lost earlier in the offseason to free agency. The team feels they’ve certainly accomplished this by selecting Oklahoma’s Tyler Guyton 29th overall to take Tyron Smith’s spot at left tackle, Western Michigan’s Marshawn Kneeland to help replace Dante Fowler and Dorance Armstrong at defensive end, and Kansas State’s Cooper Beebe to convert from guard to center in place of Tyler Biadasz. The later rounds of any draft is when teams turn their attention more to future roster needs though, which the Cowboys did by adding to the well at cornerback in the fifth round with Wake Forest’s Caelen Carson and in the sixth with Southeast Missouri State’s Ryan Flournoy.