IRVING (105.3 THE FAN) — The Dallas Cowboys started with offense by drafting OL Zack Martin in the first round, but drafted seven defensive players in the last six rounds of the draft.

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Round 1, No. 16 — Zack Martin (OT) Notre Dame

Martin was a tackle with the Fighting Irish, but will likely start his career in Dallas at guard. A two-time captain at Notre Dame, Martin started 52 career games — the most in school history.

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Round 2, No. 2 — Demarcus Lawrence (OLB) Boise St

Dallas surrendered their 3rd round pick to move up and select Lawrence, a 6-3, 251-pounder who recorded 20 sacks and 34 tackles for losses in his college career.

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Round 4, No. 19 — Anthony Hitchens (OLB) Iowa

Hitchens was the Hawkeyes’ leading tackler and defensive MVP in 2013, starting all 13 games at Will LB.

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Round 5, No. 6 — Devin Street (WR) Pittsburgh

Street is a 6-3, 198 pound WR and Pittsburgh’s all-time leading pass catcher. Should be an excellent red zone target in Dallas.

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Round 7, No. 16 — Ben Gardner (DE) Stanford

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The 6-4, 262 pounder was a team captain at Standford. Selected as an All-Pac 12 first team member in 2013, after finishing with 7.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.

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Round 7, No. 23 — Will Smith (ILB) Texas Tech

The Holiday Bowl’s Defensive MVP was first team AP All-Big 12 in 2013, finishing with 120 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, and 4.5 sacks.

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Round 7, No. 33 — Ahmad Dixon (S) Baylor

The All-American safety and three-year starter collected 288 career tackles, 12 breakups and four interceptions at Baylor.

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Round 7, No. 36 — Ken Bishop (DT) N Illinois

Bishop, a 306 pound run defender, is powerfully built with a good base. He is the third DL selected by the Cowboys this draft.

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Round 7, No. 39 — Terrance Mitchell (CB) Oregon

Mitchell, a three-year starter, led the Ducks with 5 interceptions in 13 games last season

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