Aside from the 30 national visits afforded to everyone, each NFL franchise is allowed to schedule an unlimited number of visits with players from local colleges--and it looks like the Dallas Cowboys will take advantage of this by bringing in a number of prospects from SMU and TCU this Thursday and Friday for “Dallas Day.”
Among the prospects to be brought in, according to ESPN Dallas, are SMU guard Josh LeRibeus and TCU defensive end Braylon Broughton.
A Richardson native, LeRibeus reportedly missed his junior season due to academic issues, but returned for his senior year. He earned an invite to the East-West Shrine Game in 2012, as well as the NFL Combine.
Broughton, meanwhile, played in all 13 games for TCU in 2011, starting five. At TCU’s Pro Day, he impressed scouts by running a 4.50 40-yard-dash, and it’s thought that he could go in the mid- to late-rounds in this month’s draft.
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