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10 Up, 10 Down: Dane Brugler’s 21 prospects surrounding pick No. 58

Cowboys Wire logo Cowboys Wire 4/15/2019 K.D. Drummond
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There's not much to be sure of when it comes to the No. 58 pick of the 2019 NFL draft. Right now, it's owned by the Dallas Cowboys and unless they make a trade to change things, it will be their first selection of draft weekend. There's not much certainty beyond that, and certainly no assurances of which prospects will be available for them to choose from.

That changes the complexion of this year's draft process. Dallas hasn't been without a first rounder for a decade, after giving up their 2009 first-round pick to Detroit in the trade for WR Roy Williams. That year, they bailed on the second round of a weak draft class and ended up getting a haul to be forgotten. Hopefully that isn't the sentence handed down to Dallas this year. Will there be the necessary talent left at No. 58 to avoid such miserableness?

Dane Brugler of The Athletic (subscription required) has released his annual draft guide, essential and required reading for all and as per usual, at the end is his Top 100 list.

While players ranked below No. 58 are able to be taken before Dallas gets on the clock, it feels like a safe bet they'll be able to pick and choose from those prospects in the 10 slots before 58 and the 10 after; call it 10 Up, 10 Down.

Here's a quick look at those names.

49. JUAN THORNHILL S Virginia

50. JULIAN LOVE CB Notre Dame

51. KELVIN HARMON WR NC State

52. N'KEAL HARRY WR Arizona State

53. DANIEL JONES QB Duke

54. MACK WILSON LB Alabama

55. DAMIEN HARRIS RB Alabama

56. DRE'MONT JONES DL Ohio State

57. DEIONTE THOMPSON S Alabama

58. DARNELL SAVAGE JR. S Maryland

59. RILEY RIDLEY WR Georgia

60. CHASE WINOVICH EDGE Michigan

61. L.J. COLLIER EDGE TCU

62. HAKEEM BUTLER WR Iowa State

63. KALEB McGARY OT Washington

64. ANDY ISABELLA WR Massachusetts

65. JAHLANI TAVAI LB Hawaii

66. JOEJUAN WILLIAMS CB Vanderbilt

67. JJ ARCEGA-WHITESIDE WR Stanford

68. AMANI HOOKER S Iowa

The names bolded were invited to Dallas as either 30 visits or part of Dallas Day. There are 4 safeties in this range, which is a position the Cowboys are clearly interested in this draft process. There are also two cornerbacks listed, in case Dallas wants to plan ahead for the losses they could take on at the position as early as next season.

On the surface the Cowboys don't need a wideout either, but four of their top five receivers are in the final year of their deals, including No. 1 Amari Cooper whom the club still hasn't extended. Over 25 percent of this list are wideouts.

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