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Do you believe the Cowboys will draft a replacement for Tyron Smith?

Do you expect the Cowboys to replace Tyron Smith in the draft?

The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine is now in full swing, and Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has identified valuable talent who could help the team in the draft.


The Cowboys are expected to make a move for an offensive lineman in April, and one player who could be a good fit for Dallas is Wyoming product Frank Crum.

SBNation noted that Crum was impressed with the combine. “The former Cowboy performed sensationally in the athletic testing portion of the combine and moved well in on-field drills.” But nothing was as fluid as the electric current flowing over his head, famous as Salat.

He co-held the title for fastest 40-yard dash until it was defeated by Rosengarten, but was still second fastest at 4.94 seconds. “Crum also had the second-fastest time in the 10-yard split (1.69 seconds),

fourth-fastest time in the broad jump (9 feet 6 seconds), fifth-fastest time in the three-cone (7.39 seconds), and fastest time in the vertical jump (7.39 seconds). Achieved a top 10 record (31.5 seconds).

Crum started all 13 games at left tackle for the University of Wyoming last season and will spend all of 2022 at right tackle. In other words, he has the adaptability the Cowboys are looking for in their offensive line.


If he is still available at No. 56 in the second round, he could immediately provide depth and move into a starting role.

The potential loss of left tackle Tyron Smith and the possibility of center Tyler Biadasz becoming a free agent create an urgent need to add players to the offensive line.

If the Cowboys still want flexibility there, Crum could be a good fit for the draft.

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