Dallas Cowboy Draft Talk: Scandrick Could Be Key To Safety

April 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys' third-year cornerback Orlando Scandrick may play a key role in the team's pursuit of a top-notch free safety prospect in tomorrow’s draft.
Some may balk at the thought of getting rid of one of the team's more talented young players, especially at a position where quality depth is often hard to come by.
The notion that many fans simply fail to comprehend is this: You've got to give something to get something.
Having considered that, a trade package including Scandrick is very plausible if the Cowboys plan on securing one of the draft's better safety prospects (Earl Thomas or Eric Berry).
For the sake of reality, let's not consider Berry, as he'll likely be drafted in the first 10 spots. 
Now let's say former Texas Longhorn safety Earl Thomas drops to No. 17 (49ers) in the first round.  A package of Orlando Scandrick, Dallas' first-round pick, and perhaps a late-round pick may be enough to make the move up.
But why trade Sca...

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