1 - Ra'Shede Hageman - DT - Minnesota - Dallas is most likely going to lose Jason Hatcher after this year so even with all the new guys coming through, Dallas still needs significant help at DT. Hageman should provide a nice addition. Ware, Hayden, Hageman and Selvie should be the starters next year with the pass rush interchanging Hayden for Ben Bass.
2 - Ryan Groy - G - Wisconsin - Dallas obviously is going to need help at guard, even if they are able to lure Waters back for another year. Mackenzy Bernadeau has played nicely this year vs. the pass after Waters went out but he isn't that great in opening up holes in the run game. Groy is a nice guard vs. the pass and opens up holes in the running game. He would make a nice addition and get to line up beside a familiar face in former Wisconsin, Travis Fredrick
3 - Deone Bucannon - FS - Washington State - Dallas still has a need at Free Safety even after drafting J.J. Wilcox, mainly in part due to Wilcox in my opinion is more of a Strong Safety than a free safety. Bucannon however, has a rare mix of ball skills and tackling ability in run support as well as being hard hitting. So far in 2013, Bucannon has racked up 85 tackles, 5 INT 3 FF. In 2012 he had 4 INT, 4 pass deflections, 1 FF and 106 tackles. The kid obviously has a nack for the ball with 9 INT in the past 2 years.
4 - James Morris - MLB/OLB - Iowa - Sean Lee is a wonderful MLB for Dallas, but it can't be overlooked that he does have an injury riddled past. Morris would provide depth behind Lee, but
might be a little undersized for a starting MLB. This could push him to being an OLB position where he should be good at as well due to being good in coverage as well. I would suggest moving Carter to being the Strong Side linebacker, where he can chase down the run better and make more plays vs. the run. So far Morris has 81 tackles, 10 for a loss, 5 sacks 1 FF and 3 INT this year.
5 - Bruce Gaston - DT - Purdue - Dallas tries to add some depth here with another DT. Gaston is a little short compared to most DT's, standing 6'2 and weighing 303 , but could be a rock vs. the run which Dallas sorely needs help with. He has some pass rush ability, reaching the quarterback 3 times so far this year.
7 - JC Copeland - FB - LSU - I wouldn't be surprised if Copeland was gone by this point, but if for some reason, he is still around, I think Dallas would turn in this pick fairly quickly. Murray has shown that he can run behind a fullback as well as single-back, providing some versatility. However the 2 tight end sets haven't worked out that well, being the tight ends aren't exactly great blockers. Weighing a hefty 280, Copeland is the equivalent of pulling a guard and blocking through the hole.
7 - Roderick McDowell - RB - Clemson - Add some depth to Dallas running back situation. Tanner has been just a special teamer this year, so this move could allow him to be moved out of Dallas, giving Dallas the trio of McDowell, Randle, Dunbar, and Murray. I can't imagine a situation where Dallas doesn't try to resign Murray after seeing how the running game is without him. McDowell has ran for 700+ yards and averaged 5.2 yards per carry as well as caught 20+ passes out of the backfield for 100+ yards. If they like McDowell and Randle has the off-season to develop, it might make Murray expendable after a year or two...Gut says even with the cap, they find a way to resign Murray.