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Dallas Cowboys draft grade after selecting CB Kelvin Joseph No. 44 overall

With the first of their four Day 2 draft picks, the Dallas Cowboys end up standing pat in the second-round with the 44th overall pick and draft Kelvin Joseph, cornerback, Kentucky. Joseph’s addition gets them a starting-caliber CB prospect to pair with last year’s second-round pick, Trevon Diggs.

Dane Brugler’s thoughts on Kelvin Joseph…

A one-year starter at Kentucky, Joseph was a boundary cornerback in head coach Mark Stoops’ zone/man scheme. After fizzling out after one season at LSU, he put together a productive nine games in Lexington in 2020 (four interceptions in nine games) before his effort level fell off and the coaches directed him to opt out (Stoops: “I can’t have him out there standing around…”).