2010 NFL Mock Draft, Featured Columnists: The Dallas Cowboys Select…

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Maurkice Pouncey, Guard/Center from the University of Florida.
This would be an easy selection for the Dallas Cowboys. 
Pouncey would be able to step in instantly as a multi-purpose backup at guard and center, and he may even compete at left guard against Kyle Kosier.
The Dallas Cowboys have not had the best luck with drafting offensive lineman in the past 19 years. Since 1991 only two of their 11 offensive linemen picks have started for the Cowboys—Larry Allen and Andre Gurode. 
At 6'5" and 304 pounds, Pouncey has excellent size for the NFL. He also has the ability to put on more weight because of his tremendous length. 
Pouncey started for 40 games at Florida, and earned himself All-American honors this year, along with bringing home the Rimington Trophy, which is awarded to the nation's top center.
Though he played in an un-traditional system at Florida, scouts believe Pouncey will be able to easily transition to a pro-style of...

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