Dallas Cowboys 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Leonard Taylor, Xavier Legette lead talented draft class in 7-round mock

The Dallas Cowboys season for 2023 might be over, but Cowboys fans will be looking towards to the NFL Draft to see what rookie gets drafted by America's team.

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The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2023 season by getting humiliated by the No. 7 seed Green Bay Packers in the Super Wild Card Round, losing 48-32. Despite going 12-5, placing first place, and winning the NFC East Title, the Cowboys will have to look forward to the 2024 NFL Draft in April.

Dallas finished with 509 points scored this year and 371.6 yards per game, the 5th best in the NFL. The Cowboys mostly struggled on the road this year, going 4-5, and did outstanding at home, going 8-0.

Dallas Cowboys look to ramp up on both sides of the ball in 2024 NFL Draft

For the 2024 NFL Draft this year Dallas should look into defensive tackles, wide receivers, linebackers, and offensive tackles. The Cowboys holds seven draft picks this year. There will be no trades in this Mock Draft.

No. 24: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami

This 6'3, 305 pounder from Miami isn't no joke, with 65 total tackles, and 26 of them being solo, Leonard Taylor had 6 sacks, and 1 Interception for three seasons with Miami. The defensive line in Dallas isn't really worrisome, but drafting another defensive tackle couldn't hurt.

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No. 56: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

In his first 4 years at South Carolina, Xavier Legette had a slow start playing in 41 games, starting in 17, with 42 receptions, 423 yards, and five touchdowns. But in his final year as a 5th-year senior, Legette became South Carolina's number-one receiver as he had 1,255 yards to go along with seven touchdowns on 71 receptions, with a career-high game against Jacksonville State.