Cowboys add 11 undrafted free agents: Tracking Dallas’ signings following the NFL Draft

North Dakota State’s Hunter Luepke carries the ball on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at the DakotaDome in Vermillion. Usd Vs Ndsu 021

Cowboys add 11 undrafted free agents: Tracking Dallas’ signings following the NFL Draft

The Cowboys addressed multiple needs during the NFL Draft with the additions of several run stoppers like Mazi Smith and Viliami Fehoko, as well as great athletes on both sides of the ball with Luke Schoonmaker, DeMarvion Overshown, and Deuce Vaughn. However, there’s more talent to be had in the undrafted free agent market. Gallery Sports will keep track of those deals here.

Hunter Luepke, FB, North Dakota State

Luepke carried the ball 98 times for 621 yards and nine touchdowns at NDSU last season. He should provide versatility in the backfield and as an in-line tight end.

Tyrus Wheat, OLB, Mississippi State

In his third season with Mississippi State, Wheat put up 53 tackles with 10.5 tackles for loss and six sacks coming off the edge. He’s a bit underdeveloped, but he plays with a great motor.

David Durden, WR, West Florida

Durden has a great combination of speed and athleticism and produced at a high level at West Florida.

Isaiah Land, EDGE, Florida A&M

Land plays with a great motor and has superior athleticism for the position. His lack of size and refined pass rush skills likely led to him being undrafted, but there’s a lot to work with here.

T.J. Bass, OL, Oregon

Bass is a strong kid who should find a role as an interior offensive lineman with his ability to anchor down and keep his footing. He lacks great athleticism, but he’s a refined blocker with plenty of upside.

Earl Bostick Jr., OT, Kansas

Bostick has great size and length, which gives him some extra upside as a UDFA. He projects as a good run blocker given his experience and range. He’s far from a finished product, but there’s a lot of upside for a player who looks to be strictly a tackle.

Princeton Fant, TE, Tennessee

The cousin of Seahawks tight end Noah Fant, Princeton saw solid production with the Volunteers last season. He pulled in 22 catches for 241 yards and three touchdowns and gives you some positional versatility as he can slot in the backfield if needed.

Jalen Moreno-Cropper, WR, Fresno State

Cropper is a bit undersized, but saw great production in his final year at Fresno State. He hauled in 83 balls for 1,086 and five touchdowns. His great hands and ball skills should translate to the NFL.

Durrell Johnson, EDGE, Liberty

The Liberty edge rusher finished with 58 tackles and nine sacks last season. He has a polished pass rush arsenal which should give him an edge in camp along with his ability to easily gain leverage.

Jose Barbon, WR, Temple

Barbon pulled in 72 catches for 918 yards and two touchdowns last year with Temple. He doesn’t provide great speed, but he could potentially provide value as a possession receiver.

Myles Brooks, CB, Louisiana

Brooks played just one season at Louisiana and pulled down three interceptions in his lone campaign. He fits the mold of a Dan Quinn corner with his size, ball skills, and motor.

Gallery Sports will update this story if more signings are made.

Related Posts:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *