Cowboys Scout the OL Tuesday was onhand again on Tuesday at the Senior Bowl, and we've got the latest on which players the Cowboys seemed to be showing the most interest in, in this report! <BR>

Yesterday, SilverStarDigest reported on one key prospect that Bill Parcells was extremely interested in- Virginia Tech defensive lineman Jim Davis.

Today, there appears to be another lineman that has peeked the interest of the Cowboys organization, but this time, he's on the offensive side of the ball.

Oregon's Adam Synder, a 6-foot-5, 325 pound offensive tackle received heavy interest from the Cowboys today during the second full day of practice for this weekend's Senior Bowl.

Orginally a native of Whittier, CA, Synder has been recognized was one of the top offensive linemen in the nation in 2004. A three-year starter for the Ducks, Snyder was voted first-team All-Pac-10 by the league's coaches in each of the last two years.

"Synder is a guy that was used at both tackle positions as well as guard," notes NFL Draft Expert Tony Pauline. "He's a heady and intelligent blocker who works hard and plays with solid fundamentals. He could turn out to be a productive player and very good middle round choice."

Cowboys' scouts spent an extensive amount of time evaluating Synder today, both on the field and off.

"One of the guys was probably waiting 15 minutes to just talk to him," a source told

We will continue to keep you updated on everything going on in Mobile, AL this week as it pertains to the Dallas Cowboys. Stay tuned!

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