Cowboys finish up draft visits

Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley

We already told you about Texas Tech safety Darcel McBath visiting Valley Ranch today, but the Cowboys have apparently added a couple of players to the list.

Wide receivers Brian Robiskie (Ohio State) and Brandon Tate (North Carolina) were the late additions. The Cowboys have always liked waiting until late in the process to host players -- and this year was no exception.

Robiskie's a player they've coveted for a long time. Scouts love his hands and his willingness to go across the middle. He's not as thick as Anquan Boldin, but I think he plays a lot like him. Tate's one of the most talented receivers in the draft, but ACL and MCL tears his senior year has driven down his stock.

If Robiskie's still hanging around at No. 51, the Cowboys will be tempted to take him. But if it comes down to Western Michigan safety Louis Delmas or Robiskie, the Cowboys will go with Delmas.