Dallas Day--the day in which the Cowboys host around 30 local prospects, either products of local colleges or natives of the area--is being held in the friendly and out-of-the-rain environs at Cowboys Stadium on Wednesday.
In all, the Cowboys are meeting with 28 prospects, 16 of them offensive players and 12 of them defensive. TCU and SMU are the most strongly represented, for obvious reasons.
TCU is being represented by receiver Skye Dawson, tight end Corey Fuller, running back Matthew Tucker, offensive guard Blaize Foltz and defensive end Stansly Maponga. SMU has guards Blake McJunkin and Bryan Collins there, as well as fullback Zach Line, defensive tackle Torlan Pittman, outside linebacker Ja’Gared Davis and defensive end (and Combine superstar) Margus Hunt.
The only quarterback present for Dallas day is Kyle Padron of Eastern Washington, who graduated from Southlake Carroll. Last season Dallas carried only two quarterbacks, Tony Romo and Kyle Orton, after allowing former fourth rounder Stephen McGee to walk away.
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