Dallas Cowboys Potential Draft Pick in 2011: Cameron Jordan, DT/DE, Cal

January 23, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After analyzing Prince Amukamara as a potential Cowboys draft pick, I told you I wouldn’t be doing a ton of draft analysis until I finish all of my 2010 Player Grades. But it was so much fun, I couldn’t stop.  Plus, today’s feature—Cameron Jordan—would play defensive end in a 3-4, and I’ve already graded the Cowboys’ defensive linemen in 2010.
In that post, you’ll notice the highest grade given to a defensive end was a "C" handed out to Stephen Bowen.  That’s pretty sad.  The Cowboys desperately need a defensive end who can rush the passer, even if it means moving Jay Ratliff to the position.  If that’s the case, nose tackle will be a huge need.  If not, Jordan will be on the Cowboys radar with the ninth overall selection...
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Jordan is made to play defensive end in a 3-4 defense.  He’s 6’4”, 280 pounds with a solid frame which could ad...

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