The Dallas Cowboys have several needs they look towards the 2017 NFL Draft, but none more then the defensive line.
Just because a team wins 13 games doesn’t mean their depth chart is without holes. The Cowboys defense needs work and they need to start off addressing their defensive line.
It is understood with the Cowboys first pick (28th overall) have their eyes set on Michigan Defensive End Taco Charlton.
Charlton had a fantastic 2016 under Jim Harbaugh racking up 10.0 sacks and 13.5 tackles in 2016. He finished his career hot, notching 5.5 sacks over the Wolverines’ final four games, including 2.5 in a signature performance at Ohio State.
His numbers for the year likely would have been even better had he not missed two September games to an ankle injury. To cap it off, Charlton was a unanimous first-team All-Big Ten honoree last season.
WATCH TACO CHARLTON’S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS