The Dallas Cowboys have left no stone unturned when it comes to revamping their defensive line rotation in 2020.
They added free agents like Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe on the interior, they brought in Everson Griffen and Aldon Smith off the edge, and they are hoping for reinstatement for Randy Gregory.
They also spent draft picks on Neville Gallimore and Bradlee Anae.
There’s no doubt that the Cowboys attempted to fill up their defensive line rotation with talent, but they might have to re-set it a little bit again in 2021. Jayson Oweh is one of the freakiest athletes off the edge in college football, the problem is we haven’t gotten to see him put everything together yet.
With his physical skills, though, Oweh is going to be an enticing late-first round option even with the Cowboys’ needs elsewhere on the roster (safety).
The tough part about picking Oweh in round one? He’s only played 13 college games and has seven sacks, seven tackles for loss, and 25 total tackles.
He may get more of a DK Metcalf treatment than 26 overall but great pass rushers are hard to come by and he has shown the potential to be great.