Football at Texas A&M: Is Cooper a candidate to be selected by America’s Team?

Football at Texas A&M: Is Cooper a candidate to be selected by America’s Team?

As we enter the mock draft season, it’s crucial to assess where Texas A&M football prospects might land.

The early career destination can significantly impact their trajectory, as seen with

examples like Johnny Football’s struggles in Cleveland contrasted with Donovan

Wilson’s success with the Cowboys.

Recent speculation from draft experts suggests that another Aggie could join the Dallas defense.

Field Yates, in his latest mock draft, predicts the Cowboys using their first-round pick (24th overall) on Edgerrin Cooper.

Cooper appears to be a strong fit for Dallas, boasting quick reactions, impressive lateral speed, and solid tackling ability. His experience with top-tier defenses and proficiency in stopping the

run align with the Cowboys’ current needs.

While linebackers typically aren’t high-demand picks in the first round, Cooper’s skill

set could make him an attractive choice for Dallas.

However, there’s a chance he might slip past the 24th pick, as teams often strategize to

acquire desired players later in the draft.

Nevertheless, the buzz around Cooper’s potential as a first-round pick has been steadily growing,

especially following the season’s end.

A standout performance at the combine, particularly in the 40-yard dash, could further

elevate his draft stock. If he impresses, there’s a possibility he might not be available by the 24th pick.

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