SAN ANTONIO - AUGUST 06: Helmets of the Dallas Cowboys during training camp at the Alamodome on August 6, 2009 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
The Dallas Cowboys will play host to a bevy of local talent for Dallas Day on Monday at Valley Ranch.
Unlike national visits, which are limited to 30-per-team, the Cowboys can bring in an unlimited amount of local products to work out for and meet with the Dallas coaches today. And with no restrictions, Dallas is expecting a robust turnout of more than 35 players, per the team's official website.
The term local product, as it pertains to the workouts, is defined as anyone who played either high school or college football within a 150-mile radius of the Cowboys' headquarters at Valley Ranch.
For example, UCLA linebackers Kyle and Korey Bosworth (Plano West HS), Texas A&M safety Jordan Pugh (Plano West HS) and Kansas wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe (Cedar Hill HS) will all be part of today's workout. The award for shortest drive to Valley Ranch (that we know of) goes to Adron Tennell, a wide receiver who played for Irving High before heading to Norman, to play for Bob Stoops' Sooners.
Local collegiate players invited to the invite-only workout include TCU's Nic Richmond (OT), Clint Gresham (LS) and Rafael Priest (CB), and SMU's Emmanuel Sanders (WR), Shawnberry McNeal (RB), Chase Kennemer (LB) and Bryan McCann (DB).
In the past, Dallas has found wide receivers Patrick Crayton and Jacques Reeves, and linebacker Brandon Williams, among others, through the Dallas Day workout.