4, Daniel McLemore, CB
Sr., 5-7, 165, Duncanville, TX
The Cowboys' "smurf" starting corner, McLemore brings plenty of experience and speed (4.23) to the defense. There is some concern in matchups with bigger wide receivers, but McLemore has the experience and a really strong vertical leap. He is also very strong and can play press at the line of scrimmage using his size to an advantage. His value to the Cowboys is equally strong on special teams where he is set to be the top punt return specialist and showed no fear in that role in the spring.
Player Analysis: Daniel McLemore
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