Found January 26, 2013 on CowboysBlog.Net:
The 2013 Senior Bowl is in the bag, and it left a lot to be desired when it came to the quarterbacks. This year’s QB class is one of the weakest in recent years, and the play from the QBs didn’t help their cause. So, you can scratch QB off the list of a successor to Romo, this class doesn’t have that player for us. At this point, the Cowboys draft focus will be in the trenches: offensive and defensive lines. There are a few players that I really liked while watching the Senior Bowl, and watching them in a few games during the year. On the offensive line I liked: OG, Larry Warford, Kentucky – he had a solid Senior Bowl, he exhibited power, run and pass blocking. He plays nasty and mauls people, a presence the Cowboys are lacking right now. Warford would be an instant upgrade over Livings or Bernadeau. C, Brian Schwenke, California – there’s a lot to like about this player, he had a solid week of practice and finished with a strong game. He has size, and athleticism which allows hi...
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