If the team were to take Ramsey, it would be the second consecutive season the club will have invested a first-round pick in the secondary. Last year, Dallas chose Byron Jones of UConn at No. 27 overall, and he delivered an impressive rookie season. Like Jones, Ramsey has the versatility to play multiple positions in the defensive backfield.
Team owner Jerry Jones said earlier this month that the Cowboyswill not draft a quarterback at No. 4 overall to satisfy its need to find a young quarterback to groom behind aging veteran Tony Romo. That doesn't exactly narrow things down much, but Bryant's call for Ramsey would add a dynamic presence who could help the club at cornerback, safety or nickelback.