Two Frogs, a Bear and an Aggie will be among the group of players meeting with the Dallas Cowboys at Valley Ranch on Friday for Dallas Day, a day devoted to meet-and-greets between teams and potential draft picks with roots in the team’s respective area.
The two aforementioned Frogs are TCU cornerback Jason Teague and receiver Jimmy Young. Teague was a second-team All-Mountain West Conference pick in 2010, a season in which he recorded 60 tackles, two forced fumbles and three interceptions.
Young amassed 2,316 yards receiving to go along with 13 touchdowns while at TCU. His best season came in his sophomore year in 2008, when he recorded 59 catches for 988 yards and five touchdowns.
Baylor cornerback Antareis Bryan, a Carter High product, will also be there on Friday. He is known to have lights-out speed and good size for an NFL corner, but injuries limited him to four games in his final two seasons in Waco. According to his representative Albert Elias, per the Dallas Morning News, Bryan ran a 4.34 40-yard-dash in his workout for the Texans.
DeSoto native and Texas A&M product Von Miller is expected to visit, but--slated as a top-two or three overall selection--he will be gone (probably) by the time Dallas picks at ninth overall.
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