I hear two names that don't thrill me but sound about right.
Mississippi MLB/OLB Benardrick McKinney & Indiana RB Tevin Coleman.
McKinney sound eerily like what the Cowboys hoped to land in LB Ryan Shazier --- a 4-3 OLB who can also function as a strong edge rusher. That my friends is a unicorn and Dallas's leadership appears deadset on capturing one alive.
McKinney also is praised for his mad "position-flex" something that makes Jason Garrett foam at the mouth.
Dallas could also see this guy as a replacement for the unstable Rolando McClain at MLB.
Coleman is a guy I don't want to knock too much --- gaining big yards at a marginal program in a big conference is a good sign --- but I would vastly prefer a RT to keep Romo upright for the night where Doug Free suddenly jumps the shark.
But if Demarco Murray jumps ship --- especially to Philly --- I can see Jerry insisting on drafting a RB in the first round. Jerry loves to have a set of triplets to sell and first round RB is an easy sell.
I would be very, very disappointed to see Coleman picked by Dallas in the late first while Melvin Gordon or Todd Gurley was still on the board, but I could totally see the Cowboys wanting to outsmart everyone else. If this organization has management tragic flaws, being too smart by half in a desire to differentiate itself from other organizations is one and practicing groupthink is another.