Cowboys host two defensive end prospects

April, 16, 2014
The Cowboys completed three days of their national visits with college prospects on Wednesday.

Some of the confirmed names are as follows: Tackle Zack Martin (Notre Dame), wide receiver Josh Huff (Oregon), defensive ends Scott Crichton (Oregon State) and Will Clarke (West Virginia).

In the past three days, the Cowboys have focused a bulk of their college visits on the defensive line.

Kony Ealy, Demarcus Lawrence, Timmy Jernigan and Aaron Donald are among some of the players who visited the Valley Ranch complex.

In free agency, the Cowboys signed three defensive linemen, headlined by defensive tackle Henry Melton.

The Cowboys lost two players in free agency: DeMarcus Ware, who was released and signed a deal with the Denver Broncos, and Jason Hatcher, who inked a deal with NFC East rival Washington.

Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said what the franchise has done in free agency wouldn't preclude the team from drafting a lineman next month. Jones said the team wants to get the best player available regardless of position with the No. 16 overall selection.
Calvin Watkins joined in September 2009. He's covered the Cowboys since 2006 and also has covered colleges, boxing and high school sports.



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